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Here's how I decorated my kitchen harvest table for St. Patty's Day! My feather tree is a little bare, just a little shamrock garland from the Dollar Tree. I am certainly in need of some vintage shamrock ornies. My sister sewed me the "Go Green" bunting a few years back. I just love the mid mod design of this Finnish tablecloth and thought it was a great contrast to my kitchsy leprechaun!
Most of my vintage table clothes don't have their original tags still attached so I was pleased to see the maker of this one. It's Finlayson and was thrifted from Salvation Army for $2.
So what do you think of my leprechaun? Pretty cute, eh! I thrifted this 1968 Leprechaun by Reliable Toy Co. Toronto, Canada for $3 from Salvation Army. I scooped him right out of the cart they wheeled from the back room. I'm sure LUCKY!
Vintage Irish Linen Tea Towel. Love the illustration and design. The only thing I ever seem to find at VVs are great vintage tea towels. I paid $1.99 for this one.
My daughter's birthday is in March so I couldn't pass up buying this vintage Napco March birthday angel unfortunately it is not in great condition. Still cute and worth the 99 cents price tag!
How do you decorate for St. Patty's Day? or do you just plan to enjoy a pint of Guinness!
Heading over to the Thrifty Groove for Thrifty Things Friday.
Until we thrift again...