Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Happy St. Patrick's Day, Dining With Leprechaun's!

Top O' the morn' to ya'! So glad you could stop by for a bit of St. Patrick's Day celebration. We will be dining on the usual Corned Beef and Cabbage with potatoes and onions. For dessert we will be topping it all off with Irish Creme cupcakes.

To get the table ready for the leprechauns to visit I seacrched high and low for a shamrock plant for them to take cover under.

These salad plates are my newest finds form good old EBay. The are Staffordshire Cloverdale pattern. I haven't been able to locate any other pieces or any information on them. Their description stated they were form the 30's or 40's.

I paired them with the usual Gibson Claremont dinner plates and napkin rings. My new Oneida Brooch pattern seemed to be the best fit for flatware.

Here are a few coins for you to pay the leprechauns. Maybe they will leave you in peace to enjoy your traditional fare. They might even behave long enough to join us!

I am linking up with Kathleen for the 3rd Annual St. Patrick's Day Blog Crawl at Cuisine Kathleen. Also I cant miss Tablescape Thursday with Susan at Between Naps On The Porch. Thank you both ladies. I cant wait to see all the St. Paddy's Day finery. Have a wonderful celebration!!!


Gail @ Faithfulness Farm said...

A lovely table Deb - and your ebay score - what great plates!! Happy St. Paddy's Day :)


GardenofDaisies said...

What pretty shamrock plates!!! Your dinner sounds perfect. Can I invite myself to come over? Happy St Patrick's Day to you!!

Willow said...

Lovely table you have set and I love those round placemats.


Beautiful table Debbie! I love your plates and the place mats with the shamrocks. I like the green goblets, very nice the whole table.
Come over and visit me, I'll be thrilled to have you!
Happy St. Patrick's Day!

Marlis said...

Great score on those plates.. They are perfect on your table. Love the placemats too. Your table is warm and welcoming and perfect for St. paddy!

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

Lovin' your new shamrock plates, I haven't seen anything like them before-enjoy:@)

Diann said...

Your table looks just perfect for St. Patrick's Day! Love your new dishes. what a great find. Have a wonderful St. Patricks Day!

Babs said...

Very pretty St. Patrick's Day table with a pot of shamrocks and even a few coins to keep the leprechauns on thier best behaviour. Have a great day.

La said...

Your tablescape looks beautiful, fun, and festive. I love the plate you got on eBay. I was looking for something similar and couldn't find them...even on eBay. Happy St. Patrick's Day!

Sue said...

Oh Deb- I really like your E-bay find of the shamrock plates! Your placemats are cute, as well. You've set a nice table for St. Paddy's Day and how thoughtful of you to remember those little leprechauns! :-) Sue

Marigene said...

Very festive table, Deb. Your salad plates are great...very pretty shade of green, too.
What part of Missouri are you in...I am in east/central Kansas, about 30 miles from the MO border.

Debbie said...

Thank you for stopping by! Ebay can be your best friend, and I love the shamrock plates. Your placemats are great too! Happy St. Patrick's day to you and your little leprechauns!


Blondie's Journal said...

How cute and fun, Debby! I love your plates and I can't believe you found a clover plant! I didn't know there was such a thing! lol!

Happy St. Paddy's Day!


~Tablescapes By Diane~ said...

Hi lovely lady. I love all your Beautiful Tablescapes !!! Your plates are all lovely also~~ I hope you and your lovely family have a Great St. Patrick's Day. Thanks so much for your lovely comments on my Tablescapes so seet of you. Im your newest follower on your Blog. I hope you join my Blog also Thanks so much.

Dreamgoddess said...

Your table is so pretty! I love the shamrock centerpiece.

Mid-Atlantic Martha said...

Lots of Irish cuteness here. The leprechauns will be delighted to dine here! Love your green coins.

laurie @ bargain hunting said...

What great plates for St. Patrick's Day! Love those place mats. Your table looks so pretty. laurie

laurie @ bargain hunting said...

I forgot to tell you that I noticed you are from Missouri. I am in the NE corner of Ark. If you live anywhere near Blytheville, Arkansas, I'd love to have you join us for the Michael Lee West dinner and book signing. The information is on my blog. Just click on the invitation at the top of my blog for more information. laurie

Phyllis said...

I hear that a Leprechaun is hiding under your shamrock leaves just waiting to play a trick on someone. Your table is so pretty and the new Ebay salad plates are wonderful. Every thing that you chose to use is just perfect for a St. Paddy's Day celebration.

Through My Red Door said...

Very festive! I love the shamrock plant and the great salad plates. I put coins in my bowls too. Stop by and see!


Lori Lucas said...

Oh my goodness...those placemats are just beautiful. They look lovely layered with your dishes as well. Lori L

Donnie said...

Looks like you're ready for a wonderful meal. Such a pretty tablescape. Happy St Patrick's Day

Kathleen said...

That is just lovely! Healthy shamrock too! Mine is getting leggy, don't know if I should cut it back?
Thanks so much for showing your pretty table and joining the blog crawl!

Bevelry said...

Thanks for stopping by and leaving such a nice comment. I really like the placemats aand the plates. Really a festive tablescape. I love your tableclothes you have found on your other post. . love anything for the table that is vintage.

Beverly said...

oh.. me again, I am a follower now.. you have a great blog.

Nellie's Cozy place said...

Your St. Patricks day table is so pretty. Love the clover in the center, and the pretty shamrock dishes and all the lovely green and white, cute idea for the candy coins in each bowl. Very nice,
I always like to put some candy at each place too.
Blessings, Nellie

The Quintessential Magpie said...

Deb, I loved your table! Those placemats are the absolute cutest, and I love how you found those neat clover leaf plates... perfect! And the touch of the real shamrocks is spot on. Love it! You did a great job with your 'scape. Hmmm... maybe if I had paid the leprechauns, they would have left my table alone, you think???

Happy St. Patrick's Day to you...


Sheila :-)

Aledia said...

Hi Deb! Thank you so much for your recent visit to my blog and for leaving a sweet comment!
I am your newest follower :)

Lovely tablescape, I love your placemats!!
Nicely Done.

Have a Plum Perfect weekend!!

Susan (My Place to Yours) said...

Very festive! Happy St. Patrick's Day!

Susan (My Place to Yours) said...

Deb, thanks for your email. Unfortunately, it's set so I can't respond -- and I couldn't find an email address here -- so I'm back leaving a comment. (Just delete it after read it if you wish.)

In response to your email: Bless you! I have a son-in-law currently serving in the Army as well. So many sacrifices that people just don't realize, aren't there? My prayers are with your children ... and my gratitude and admiration for their service.

Lynn's Little Cottage said...

I love your place mats and dishes! Lovely. Thanks for stopping by my post and introducing yourself! Blessings to you, Lynn

Richie's 2ts Inspires said...

What a lovely table. Shamrock plates and flatwares are on the top of my fave list. Thumbs UP, babes...

Happy TS & enjoy the w/end.

Greetings from the snowy Stockholm,

Kathleen said...

Hi D! Thanks for linking your pretty table to my annual blog crawl!

Sherrie said...

Hello D,

Love those shamrock plates!
Happy belated St Patrick's Day!

Tess said...

Your table is great...I love your shamrock dishes. Don't you just love ebay? Your live shamrocks make a perfect centerpiece

Jessa Irene (Holiday-Haven) said...

Such a fun table! Love the coins, and the plates.

MountainBlessings said...

I have been to your blog several times. But tonite I hopped over from Chickens In The Road. Isn't that a great site?

What I love is your table settings. I have lots of holiday dishes and stuff but really haven't been too thrilled about getting them out lately. But thanks to you, the last few occasions I got off my duff and actually decorated and it felt good. So I really appreciate that about you! Thanks so much for sharing, Marla

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