Wednesday, March 2, 2016

A Touch Of The Irish

This year the holidays seem to be coming in rapid succession, so a week or so after Valentine's Day, we packed away the red and pink and brought out the green and gold. Here are some photos of the few Irish touches in our country home this year...

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
May The Luck of The Irish be with you my friends!
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

18 comments:

  1. Looks great! Wish I could sit with you in that room and share and Irish coffee!

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  2. Oh my word -- I Love how you decorate for each holiday! It all looks so great! I'm coming over for some Irish coffee too! :)

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  3. I love all the little things you do to bring the holidays to life in your home...BRAVO!

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  4. Good Morning Bilie Jo, I had to laugh at myself because when I saw your new post pop up I got excited. My eyes opened wide, and I said Oh! I startled my poor napping dog. I always enjoy reading your blog. You home looks wonderful, as always. and I really like your new background. Cant wait to change mine -Got so many picked out but I'm still getting the hang of this blogging thing. Hope you and your family are having a great week.

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  5. You certainly do everything in style, beautiful décor.

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  6. Your home looks great! I didn't think to decorate for St. Patty's Day. I have my Easter decorations out. Love your background for your blog.

    Enjoy your day!
    Blessings, Amy

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  7. You're the best holiday decorator and always ready for the next holiday. The only thing I've got out so far is that Lucky Shamrock candle which is burning right now as I type this. I'm not very fond of St Patrick's day and Easter being so close together this year!! I want more time to enjoy each with my girls :(

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  8. Love it! And I love St. Patrick's Day too! I've never seen that scented candle before!

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  9. Billie Jo, it is always a joy to visit you and especially when you show your decor. Love all the shamrocks & festive tree!

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  10. How fun and festive! I love how you decorate for every holiday. You have a lovely, fun-filled home!

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  11. Hi Billie Jo~

    You seriously have the cutest holiday decor! I love St. Patrick's Day, I have a grand born on the 17th, and that makes it very special.

    Hugs,
    Barb

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  12. Oh I bet those candles smell divinely. Thanks for the smiles, Billie Jo. Blessings

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  13. Wow. I'm impressed with your decorating. I only decorate for Christmas. I used to do all of them, but found it was too many extra things to store. lol. My mom used to decorate for all of the different holidays, big and small. I remember all of those cardboard cut-outs of cupids and the Easter bunny that were popular back in the late 70's, early 80's.

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  14. Brings me back to my Irish vacation of last year.... Very cute vignettes!!!!

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  15. Your home posts will always be my favorite. I love your mantle and that garland... so full and beautiful! As always, you created a warm, happy place to be. Love it all Billie Jo!

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  16. This is so pretty! What a welcoming, comforting feel your home seems to have. Thanks for sharing

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  17. I'm loving all your Irish decorations. I haven't put any out yet, but I think I will today. You always inspire me to decorate more around the house! :)

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  18. So festive! You know, I have a bunch of Belleek that my mother gave me. It's still wrapped in bubble wrap since I have no where to display it. I always forget to take it out in March. Your post reminded me to do so :)

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