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!
A Wee St. Patrick’s Day Greeting: Let Erin Remember
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!
what a sweet and precious remembrance of St. Patty’s Day! We both have March as our B’day month, so Happy Birthday my friend!! Our oldest daughter is an Erin!! I’m loving your little figurine for March. What a wonderful surprise with the Daffys!!March 17, 2021 at 11:33 pm
So adorable! You can make anything look wonderful, Amber! Happy St. Patty’s Day!
TeeMarch 18, 2021 at 3:33 am