Hello friends! Just a wee post on this fun day of celebrating all things green! This year I just put together one little vignette in the kitchen using a thrifted St. Patrick’s Day porcelain bell, a favorite antique St. Patrick’s Day postcard, and faux greenery. I always enjoy bringing out my antique “Erin Go Braugh” postcard for St. Patrick’s Day.
A few years ago I created a vintage St. Patrick’s Day vignette using a cute little vintage March (my birth month) figurine, faux shamrock, vintage treasures and the Erin Go Bragh postcard.
Here is another older photo of a St. Patrick’s Day mantel including the postcard and a few other Irish treasures.
Erin Go Bragh: “Ireland Forever!”
Erin go Bragh is an anglicisation of the phrase Éirinn go Brách in the Irish language. … The term brách is equivalent to ‘eternity’ or ‘end of time’, meaning the phrase may be translated literally as ‘Ireland until eternity’ or ‘Ireland to the end (of time)’. Source: Wikipedia
I am also enjoying a small pot of shamrocks (Oxalis) in the breakfast nook. Oxalis is one of my favorite plants!
Last year I shared another antique postcard “Let Erin Remember,” Oxalis, and pansies on a misty St. Patrick’s Day.
Today I enjoyed seeing the first daffodils in bloom around our home!
Well, that’s just about all there is to this “wee” post to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day! I hope you have a fun holiday!