Wednesday, March 13, 2013

ST. PATRICK’S HORS D’OEUVRES TABLE

Yipee! It’s time for the Annual St. Patrick’s Blog Crawl at Cuisine Kathleen’s!

GREETINGS

My table is set for hors d’oeuvres before the Irish stew.

TBL 2 FLR

THPK HLDR

TBL CMRK CUP

CNTRPC

SHMRCK

NPKNS

GLASSESWhite metal chargers, topped by a paper St. Patrick’s plate, topped by a green depression glass plate and a green depression glass compote.

DIP BCK TBL

Do you see what I see?  I think a leprechaun found the gold, and in his haste to hide it, he spilled some on my table.  I’m going to see if I can find that little guy.  Maybe he left a trail of gold!

GOLD

Do you think it’s that tall guy in the middle, or one of those tiny little fellows?PIANO TOP

I’m following that little guy, who looks like he’s getting ready to turn and run!

PIANO MID

SCRBL

BOY

GIRL

TBL BNR

That little leprechaun didn’t lead me to any more gold.  I’ll just have to remember that my family and friends are my gold.  But, dag nabbit, it would have been nice to find a whole pot of gold!

HAPPY

I’m also linking with Between Naps on the Porch for Tablescape Thursday and The Home Girl for Festive Friday Fiesta.  Be sure to crawl on over to Cuisine Kathleen’s for all of the blog crawl posts.  Thanks so much for crawling by my place.  laurie

27 comments:

Debbie@Mountain Breaths said...

I love what you did with the lamps! Happy St. Paddy's Day, O' Laurie!

Glenda/MidSouth said...

Pretty and festive!

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

Fun post Laurie! Love your pretty light green dishes and yep, always keep an eye on the little guy:@)

xinex said...

Happy St. patrick's Day, Laurie. Your table is so cute. The little Leprechauns are really cute!...Christine

ConnieKay said...

Awesome table - I'll be watching for Leprechauns and let you know if I see one.

Rettabug said...

I just KNEW you'd have a room full of GREEN treasures, Laurie! You did Kathleen proud...loved seeing all your pretties!

Happy St. Patrick's Day,
Rett

Kathleen said...

Love your leprechauns, so cute and your shamrock topper is so pretty!
I hope you find your pot of gold! You have a treasure in your family, and they in you, and that's no blarney!
Thanks for always being a part of the crawl!

FABBY'S LIVING said...

I'm in love with your topper, it's great and very unusual for me, I've never seen one so pretty! I also love your lucky leprechauns, so cute! Love ALL your GREENS and may you receive a lot of luck this St. Patrick's Day. Hugs from Let's Dish.
FABBY

Kathe said...

Drop dead gorgeous Laurie! I love it all!

Marlis said...

Laurie.. I want to come party with you!! This is just wonderful.. Wishing you a Happy St. Patrick's day and sending all the good Irish blessings your way.. xo marlis

Alycia Nichols said...

Wow, Laurie...you really went all out!!! This is great! You really put together some great decorations for this table and throughout the room! I am really diggin' those green & gold glasses!!!!!!! They have a vintage (50s/60s) look, but they still look like something I could maybe purchase in a specialty store today (for an arm and a leg!!!). Enjoy your St. Patrick's Day celebration this weekend!!!

kitty said...

What a fun post, Laurie! It was fun to follow the trail and to see all your cute pics. I'm loving the vintage cuties and your darling banner. Happy St. Paddy's Day!

Sarah said...

Laurie, you have so many darling decorations. I love seeing these. I know your granddaughters must love spending time at your home. Glad that Dylan Cooper is doing well and heading home soon. Happy St. Patrick's Day! ~ Sarah

Patti @ Pandoras Box said...

I like how you used the paper plates under the glass dishes - what a great way to use a variety of colors!!

Tricia said...

Another fun -- and pretty -- post, Laurie! You do holidays SO well! I am in love with your green Depression glass. I don't have any -- yet.

Palomasea said...

You never fail to bring me joy!!
This is so wonderful and fresh...oh the green is making me want to see Spring outside our windows!
Just beautiful...inspirational, dear Laurie...
Prayers going out to little Cooper...how is he doing? I have missed quite a few posts, but I so hope he will be coming home soon!!

Enjoy the weekend, sweet friend!
xoxo,
- Irina

Shirley said...

Dear Laurie,
Wishing you that Pot Of Gold (can we share?) at the end of your rainbow..but I see you are such a LUCKY lady with all that is green..so money must come your way!
Happy St. Patricks Day my friend..

Mona said...

your table is perfect for St Patrick's Day...such a pretty setting for everything..
Love, Mona

Marigene said...

Another fun post, Laurie...beautiful table...I especially like the white and green vintage plates and the table topper is fab!

Donna@Conghaile Cottage said...

Happy St Patrick's Day Laurie! Everything looks SO LUCKY there at your home! LOVE IT! I especially LOVED the "IRISH EYES" sheet music!
Have a wonderful weeks end.
Hugs,
Donna

Pansylee VanMeteren said...

Beautiful table set! Happy St. Patrick's Day! :)

Dewena Callis said...

Stunning! And elegant! I love how you used the green glasses. Ireland needs to make you an honorary Irish Lass, pronto!

Linda (More Fun Less Laundry) said...

Now I'm singing "When Irish Eyes are Smiling" in my head! It's such a beautiful song and I see the old sheet music on your piano! Yes, it would be wonderful to find that pot of gold, but in the meantime I'll enjoy your lovely vintage items. Enjoy your weekend! Linda

Crystal Grandeur said...



Gorgeous table setting...Impressive...love the decor....Happy pat's day to You...:):)

Debbie@Debbie-Dabble and A Debbie-Dabble Christmas said...

GREAT St. Patrick's day decorations!! Pretty tablescape but I really adore your buffet!!

Hugs,
Debbie

The HOME GIRL said...

This is such a nice table! I love how you put a paper plate down and covered it with a glass plate. So fun and festive! Have a great St. Patrick's Day and thank you so much for linking up to the FESTIVE FRIDAY FIESTA Link Party! =D

Sue said...

You set a wonderfully festive St. Patrick's Day table, Laurie. I am fascinated with that urn candleholder filled with shamrocks. Too bad Mr. leprechaun didn't leave you his pot of gold. Pesky little guys, aren't they? :-)