Wednesday, March 3, 2021

St. Patrick's Day Tablescape- the Reprise of Ewe & McGreggor's Sheep Farm

 We are celebrating St. Patrick's Day with a table that is bringing back an old favorite of ours, Ewe & McGreggor's Sheep Farm!

I am participating in a blog hop hosted by the gracious Debbee from Debbee's Buzz!!
The links to all of the table stylists participating today are at the end of my post, be sure to check out all of the shamrocks and shenanigans!

We are putting on the green here, despite the snow we are getting at the moment!
We had a warm weekend and we are expecting temperatures in the 50's later this week.
That is a tropical heat wave here!!  Our lake has been frozen over for a good month and we have seen nothing but ice fishermen.  But since the warm weekend, all of the fishing huts are gone, the sun has been making appearances, and even my some of my spring flowers are starting break through the ground!
St. Patrick's Day is usually the time we start putting away winter and look so forward to warmer weather and spring like days.  So pulling out the green for St. Patty's Day is always a welcomed event.
This table is a reprise of my Ewe & McGreggor's Sheep Farm table that I did for St. Patrick's Day way back in 2013!  My little sheep have been hanging around for years, here is their first appearance!
This year one of the little sheep had to take a trip into town in the farm truck -
 no worries though - the vet said she would be fine!!  
Nothing a few Peppermint Patties couldn't fix - so  I made this cute little treat box with the new Oval Occasions Bundle from Stampin' Up!  This bundle includes the double oval punch and the cute stamp set that is great for baby, Easter, and a number of occasions.  You know I had to sneak some plaid into this table somehow!

I paired my treat box up with a clump of faux clover at each placesetting.   This faux clover is one of my favorite tablescaping purchases, it has been used over and over again.
The green striped plates and table runner are recent purchases from Kirklands - thanks to a nice gift card my daughter gave me for Christmas! - Thanks Allie!!
I also had to purchase 4 beer mugs from the Dollar Tree, because we did not own 4 matching beer mugs that did not have some sort of Browns or Ohio State logo on them!!  These are for our Great Lakes Brewing Co. Conway's Irish Ale - have to support our local brewery!!  Good stuff!
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Speaking of good stuff - be sure to check out all of the other St. Patrick's Day Tablescapes!!

Debbees BuzzVintage Dishes & Lucky Clover Fold Napkins

Home is Where the Boat Is Loads of Shamrocks St. Patrick's Day Table

PanoplyAn Unpretentious St. Patrick's Day

My Hubbard HomePutting on the Green & Yellow

Life and LindaKeeper of the Traveling Shamrock Cloth

Corner of Plaid and PaisleyReprise of Ewe & McGreggor St. Patrick's Day Table **HERE

Me and My CaptainNot Lucky, Just Very Blessed

Red Cottage ChroniclesChanneling My Inner Irish

Celebrate and DecorateSt. Patrick's Day Luncheon Tablescape

Calypso in the CountrySt. Patrick's Day Table Decor

Design MorselsSt. Patrick's Day Table

The Painted ApronCelebrating the Green Table

Hyacinth for the Soul Lucky in Life ~ Celebrating Green Table

Zucchini Sisters ☘ Green & Orange St. Patrick's Day Table


Here is a little peek at each table - just a teaser!!






So be sure to click on the links to see all of these beautiful tables!!
If you are following in order - up next is Kari from Me and My Captain.

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I hope you enjoyed my little splash of St. Patrick's Day fun. 

For each petal on the shamrock this brings a wish your way.  Good health, good luck, and happiness for today and every day.
Ann @ Corner of Plaid and Paisley
Ann @ Corner of Plaid and Paisley

In the past few years my interests have grown from fabric to paper and now to dishes too! I just love prints, polkadots, plaids and paisleys- hence the blog name. I am also a Stampin' Up! demonstrator.

15 comments:

  1. Ann, This is so adorable, believe it or not I remember your Ewe & McGreggor's Sheep Farm table… so fun to see them again along with a farm truck! Love your pairing of stripes and polka dots and your Stampin' Up treat boxes that coordinate so perfectly. Hurray for Dollar Tree and their affordable glassware for your local Irish Ale. As always it’s always a pleasure to join you at the table. SlΓ‘inte! ♣

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  2. I always enjoy your lovely tables and your paper crafts. The striped plates are so fun. Top of the mornin to ya!

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  3. Ann, your Ewe & McGreggor sheep farm is the cutest! I love the whimsy of the truck and sheep. Your runner and plates are the perfect pairings....it'll help everyone stay in line once they drink the Great Lakes ales. ;) Your use of the Stampin' Up patterns are always a good complement to your table settings, and perfect for St. Patty's Day! Cheers to spring, warmer weather and the wearin' of the green!

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  4. Ann, I adore your sweet little sheep. How fun they are with the green truck. Mixing patterns is so fun. The striped with the polka dots and we all know your love polka dots and of course plaid. You sweet little favor box is such a nice touch. The Dollar Tree has a wealth of goodies for all holidays. You cannot beat their glassware. The mugs will be perfect with your Great lakes Ale. Your tables looks great in front of your fireplace. Always a pleasure Ann to see your creative tables. Happy March to you.

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  5. How adorable Ann, your sweet little sheep have stolen my heart! The green truck looks so cute amid the sheep and I am crazy over your new plates, lots of possibilities for those! Your creative plaid favor box and faux clover ball are perfect plate toppers, and the beer sounds delicious! I'm glad your weather is warming up and you're seeing signs of Spring! Your tables are always my favorites :)
    Jenna

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  6. Oh my goodness! This is SO cute and those sheep! Such an original idea! I am glad that one little sheep's trip to the vet was fine! The little green truck is so perfect for St. Patrick's Day too! The napkin and shamrock, along with the little favor are just right!

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  7. Ann, it's fun to see your McGreggor sheep again. I remember your fun table! Love the green details on this table and also your hanging plate racks. Great idea! Happy St. Pat's Day! It's fun hopping with you!

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  8. Oh. My. Goodness! How adorable is your centerpiece with the sheep in the back of the pickup truck! So clever and fun! I like the subtle, soft shade of green in your tablescape, and all the charming details in each place setting. You always create the nicest favors for guests Ann. Plus, the local brew is a perfect for the occasion. Thanks for joining the hop on relatively short notice too. Wonderful having your talented stylings part of it.

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  9. Ann I echo all the comments above regarding the little sheep and the adorable truck. I look forward to your craftiness in regards to party favors as it is the little details that make a table stand out. Since I am in sunny Florida, I can't help but enjoy your narrative on the ice fishermen...albeit from afar. As usual, you make this blog hop fun and informative. Have a great day and stay warm.
    Kari @ Me and My Captain

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  10. Oh those sheep are just adorable! I love that green truck too - pretty table! I always enjoy your table settings. Great hopping with you again!
    Shelley

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  11. I love your little sheep! So cute. And I like your striped plates and striped runner. What a great gift. Your table is so cute.

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  12. I aodre those green striped plates!

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  13. Ann, your little sheep have the cutest faces and are just perfect for St. Patrick's Day. I love how you styled them with the green pick up truck. Your new striped green plates and runner are so nice! I wish we had a Kirklands nearby. I'm a big fan of Dollar Tree glassware, too. As always, you're hand crafted favors look great and are a special treat for your guests. It was fun to hop with you again. Happy St. Patrick's Day!

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  14. Those wee sheep are adorable Ann! I love how you have paired the stripped plates with polka dot napkins! The green labels on the bottles are the perfect touch!

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