Tablescapes, Paint the Table Green!

I am joining the St. Patrick’s Day Blog Crawl at Cuisine Kathleen for St. Patrick’s Day, and painting the table Green!

st Pats centerpiece thepaintedapron.com

It’s overflowing with shamrocks

St. Pat's centerpiece 3 thepaintedapron.com

and pots of gold!

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Pinch me for luck if you dare

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There’s plenty of gold flowing everywhere

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You’ll get plenty of luck if you pull up a chair

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What’s your idea of an Irish feast?

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A baked potato and a slice of roast beast?

shamrock table thepaintedapron.com

Come sit at the table and grab ye a spoon

St. Pat's place setting thepaintedapron.com

Pot o’ Gold Soup’s on the menu, and it’s arriving soon~

St. Patrick's table thepaintedapron.com

A river of shamrocks spills out of the bucket, don’t worry,  no mess

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It’s filling the table with luck, we are blessed!

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The rolling moss balls gather no stones

moss and rock filled candle thepaintedapron.com

They’re tucked in the candle where more moss is grown

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May the road rise up to meet you and rainbows be seen

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In honor of St. Patrick’s Day paint your table green!

Join the fun over at Cuisine Kathleen on March 11 and see all the creative St. Patrick’s Day tables!

Stop back by tomorrow and I’ll show you an easy way to paint shamrocks and make some St. Patrick’s Day crafts

Juicy details

I placed the mats in an “Irish cross,” using 1 plain and 1 patterned mat

placemats thepaintedapron.com

ceramic paint buckets/Hobby Lobby

shamrock glasses/JMdesigns

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I will be joining the fabulous parties and blogs on my side bar and

Cuisine Kathleen

AKA design

The Scoop

Cook Craft Love

Memories by the Mile

The Style Sisters

Between Naps on the Porch

Comments
31 Responses to “Tablescapes, Paint the Table Green!”
  1. Lynn says:

    Top o’ the morning to ya! Looks like you’re all set for St. Patty’s Day Jenna! And I’ll have a wee nip of the Baileys however you’re serving it-have fun:@)

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  2. Rosie M. says:

    What fun, Jenna! I love the way you have the shamrocks “spilling” out of the paint bucket!! This looks like a setting for a fun and festive feast, indeed. Thanks for sharing. Rosie @ The Magic Hutch

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  3. Jacqueline says:

    Oh, now this is a table for St. Patrick’s DAy! You went all out! I love your paint buckets and the little pots of gold! How fun is this!!

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  4. Lori says:

    That is one of the most creative centerpieces I’ve seen in a long time! How inventive to use an overflowing “paint can” and then label your table “paint your table green”. My favourite cute accent is the clothespins on the napkins saying “pinch me” – perfect!

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  5. Mary says:

    I love how you painted your table green with shamrocks Jenna! The ‘pinch me’ clothes pins are too fun! Pot of Gold soup is my favorite too! ♣ ♣♣

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  6. Oldalgebra says:

    That centerpiece is genius. I just love it. The pinch me clothes pins are so clever.
    Where on earth did you find the ceramic paint bucket???

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  7. Love this tablescape. Especially the flowing shamrocks. But… using clothespins painted green that say “pinch me” such a whimsical touch. Adorable! I want to copy that idea in the future. It is too cute.

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  8. Diane says:

    Oh, Jenna! You are so creative – a paint can!! How adorable. I love all of the shades of green. Together, they remind me of all of the different shades in Ireland. Your painted goblets are, especially, nice. I adore those shamrocks! Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

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  9. Love how your table “overflows”!

    – Alma, The Tablescaper

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  10. Sherry says:

    Hi Jenna, What a very creative and pretty St Patrick Day Table. I love the cute clothes pins. Thanks for joining the Share Your Style party.
    Hugs,
    Sherry

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  11. Anonymous says:

    Such a clever idea with the “pinch me” clothespins, how cute! Great table.

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  12. Such a clever idea, those “pinch me” clothespins! Such a festive table!

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  13. Clever and festive, Jenna. Love your pot of gold.

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  14. Ellen says:

    Really cute! And I love your hand-painted shamrock goblets. A pot of gold sounds really good!

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  15. You are always so creative! The fabric idea is really neat- I enjoyed this! Have a Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

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  16. Candy S says:

    I am loving that centerpiece – the overflowing paint bucket is the cutest thing spilling out the shamrocks and the moss balls. Happy Saint Patrick’s Day a bit early….. Candy

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  17. Jenna, Your creativity ranges from crafts to poetry and everything in between! The centerpiece is so clever. Pour me a little Bailey’s while I sit happily at this table! Linda

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  18. lulu says:

    I depend on you, Jenna, to get it right and you don’t disappoint. I especially like the way your fabric is spilling from the paint bucket. Very clever indeed!

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  19. Bev says:

    Your centerpiece is so lovely and creative…love that shamrock material. Beautiful table!

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  20. Marigene says:

    You truly have an artist’s eye, Jenna, this is such a fun SPD table! Love the paint bucket overflowing a shamrock river…right down to the snap clothespin napkin holder. Thanks for sharing your creativity with us each week.
    Enjoy the weekend

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  21. Hi Jenna! Thanks for joining in the St. Patrick’s Day crawl. Love your fun table, and the river of green from your bucket is wonderful. Such a fun table! Happy SPD from your Irish friend!

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  22. Pat says:

    Jenna,
    Adorable shamrocks spilling everywhere within this enchanting St. Patrick’s Day tablescape!!!
    I adore how you placed the napkin atop the place mat within the last photo!!!
    Happy St. Patrick’s Day, dear one!!!
    Fondly,
    Pat

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