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Sunday, March 8, 2015

ST PATRICK’S IRISH VILLAGE

ST PATRICK DECOR

You can read my posts about the rainbow on the mantel here and here.  Today, I'm giving you a tour of the Irish village where the couple in those stories lived. This village was named in my honor!  Welcome to McCorny.  

ST PATRICK DECOR 1

In McCorny, tiny French paintings serve as cottages, and Leprechauns hide in the potted trees.


ST PATRICK DECOR 2


Other cottages show up on pottery pieces.

ST PATRICK DECOR 3
There are even some salt and pepper shaker cottages.


ST PATRICK DECOR 4

My cottage is at the corner of O'Riley and McDuff.


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The Mayor, Mr. McCutie, sits high above the village, where he is able to see all that takes place in McCorny.

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To earn a living, this Irish lass sells flowers all around the village.

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It looks like the mischievous Mr. McSly, is thinking of kissing the Blarney Stone.

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In McCorny, every day is St. Patrick's Day, but at Cuisine Kathleen's the St. Patrick Blog Crawl is scheduled for March 11th.  I'll be there.  I hope you will be too.

Thanks for coming to visit McCorny.




This post is partying with Met Monday at Between Naps on the Porch, Inspire Me Tuesday at A Stroll Thru Life, Tweak it Tuesday at Cozy Little House, and You’re Gonna Love It Tuesday at Kathe with an E.

8 comments:

Liz@ Infuse With Liz said...

So cute- You've been a busy one decorting for St. Patrick's Day!

Marilyn McWeeney said...

Your Irish display is just adorable, I love it!!!!

thepaintedapron.com said...

You are having way too much fun with this holiday! Adorable Laurie!
Jenna

Mary Ann said...

A village, what a great idea!

Valerie Roberts said...

Adorable! You have a great sense of humor in your own comments I enjoyed viewing your post. Thanks.

Deb @ Frugal Little Bungalow said...

This is just oh so cute! :)

Candy S said...

Laurie, Your Irish Village Display is darling. I like the way you mixed the figural houses painted houses.

happywonderer.com said...

So much fun, Laurie. Your Irish village is great!