It's time for the green beer, wearing green, shamrocks and parades. Being a fair skinned, freckled red head most think I'm 100% Irish, but I'm mostly English decent. On St. Patrick's Day everyone is Irish right? I hope to make a pot of Irish beef stew or Shepherd's Pie to celebrate or maybe I'll make my way to the local pub for a pint or two.
|St. Patrick's Day decorations on the table. I made the shamrock wine charms a few years ago. The little leprechauns were found at Dollar Tree this year. The Irish Coffee cups and saucers were found at a local thrift shop.|
|I may be a bit Irish, but I do not have a green thumb. It must be the luck of the Irish that I've been able to keep this shamrock plant alive for 3 plus years.|
|The stack starts with a shamrock print fabric charter plate cover. The gold plates is next then a Valerie Parr Hill plate. The top plate is made by Global Design and was found at Home Goods several years ago.|
|This is a wreath I made a few years ago.|
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