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Just Call Him Martha...

Looking for a quick and easy way to add a dash of Irish charm to your interiors? I have just the perfect solution! I love to look around my home and use commonplace items in an unexpected way. It sort of keeps guests on their toes. If you are a regular reader of my blog, you know of my unabashed julep cup adoration {read more here, here and here if you like} but for St. Patrick’s Day, I decided to retire the beloved jc. Actually, I cannot claim credit for what you are about to read. This idea came straight from my husband, yes that is correct. Completely perplexed by what vessel to place our green, white and yellow St. Patty’s Day flowers in, I looked to my husband in despair. No sooner had I presented my problem than did he suggest using pilsner glasses. Brilliant! Check out the pictures below and let me know what you think! Personally, I love it.



JMW said...

What a fun way to showcase your flowers and commemorate St. Paddy's Day. Perfect!

Jaime @ La vie...J'aime said...

Very nice! Happy St. Patty's!

Claire Watkins, ASID allied said...

THAT is a good idea and how fabulous would they look all lined up in a row!

The Consummate Hostess said...

Hi Claire- I adore the idea of lining the flower filled pilsner glasses all in a row! Fabulous.

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