St. Patrick’s Day Tablescape Reveal

St. Patrick's Day TablescapeI have had more fun decorating “all things green” this week.  It’s not a color a typically use so it has been quite the challenge.  And as always, I’ve been trying to stick to a tight budget.  The only BIG splurge was purchasing the silk flowers (50% off) at Hobby Lobby.  I needed a minimum of 10 stems to fill the rustic container my hubs made.  I’m smiling as I type… “It adds the perfect touch, so money well spent if you ask me!” St. Patrick's Day Tablescape ~ Vintage Street Designs (17)To see how I painted the green placemats to match the space click here.

I surprised my husband a couple of days ago by finishing the two dining room chairs to the left of our table.  We have had them for about 7 months and I just never seem to have time to finish our own personal projects.  I’m sure you can relate!  Anyway, I had the paint and the fabric already on hand so I just dug in and got it done while he was at work.   I’ll share more their makeover and how I got them for FREE in an upcoming post.

St. Patrick's Day Tablescape ~ Vintage Street Designs (15)Since I was on a mission to stay in the shade of CeCe Caldwell’s Paints ~ Emerald Isle Green Paint, I happened upon these little coins.  I couldn’t believe they matched so perfectly and I got the whole lot for just $1.00.  They were a “must have”.

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St. Patrick's Day Tablescape ~ Vintage Street Designs (12)I am a collector of pretty napkins.  I just can’t help myself.  I went to my “napkin cupboard” and found these napkins that had never been opened…YAY!

St. Patrick's Day Dining Room Reveal ~ Vintage Street Designs (3)If you missed how to make the Painted Newspaper Wreath, you can view the tutorial here.

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St. Patrick's Day Tablescape ~ Vintage Street Designs (14)While I was cutting out the pieces to make the St. Patrick’s Day Bunting for the fireplace mantel, I cut out extra four leaf clovers in all different sizes to spread around the table for additional color.

I hope you enjoy decorating your table as much as I did!

Until next time…

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