Sunday, March 11
Welcome To The 63rd Masterpiece Monday!
It's a little while since I've done a table scape. I miss doing them but I've been kinda busy. I decided to make some new free stuff from the Graphics Fairy.
I printed out the adorable lamb. It has a green ribbon around it's neck which is perfect for St. Patrick's day. They have a lot of sheep in Ireland right?
All I did was use some very thin recycled cardboard, a glue stick and the print-outs. When they were dry, I cut them out and used a hole punch and some white raffia. Super easy!
The center piece is made up of clover that I dug out of my garden, for free.
I decorated the table with all of my Christmas Nativity lambs.
These little lamb napkin holders can have your guests names written on them too.
The dishes I've used for Fall and Christmas and they also work for St. Pat's. They used to be my mom's and the table cloth is a family heirloom too.
I found these clover coffee cups at a rumage sale for one dollar!
This green plate is more of an Easter theme, but I think it works for St. Pat's too. Notice the the vintage sheep picture?
I found the plate and tea cup at GW awhile back.
More Nativity, er, I mean Irish sheep.
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