St. Patrick’s Day Mantel 2015

Since Easter is only a short time after St. Patrick’s Day I wanted a simple mantel that with a few quick changes it will turn into an Easter Mantel.

SPDM 2015 Title

Since spring is just around the corner the color I’m concentrating on is green.

St. Patrick's Day Mantel 2

It is very simple this year just a baguette basket, a St. Patrick’s Day bunting. boxwood balls, wreaths, and topiaries

St. Patrick's Day Mantel 1

This bunting was a clearance item from Pottery Barn after St. Patrick’s Day last year.

St.Patrick's Day BannerPottery Barn

Their burlap St. Patrick’s Day banner was also on sale (it is no longer available) so I bought it too.  It is now hanging on my front door.

St. Patrick's Day Mantel 3

 I love the simplicity of this mantel.

Baguette Basket

The baguette basket is another great purchase I made from Cat at Sunday Brocantes.

Shamrock

This shamrock graced my St. Patrick’s Day Mantel last year.

Ivy

The ivy plant with the leprechaun was on the coffee table but my granddaughter is afraid of him so I moved him to the top of the cabinet.

Leaprechan

Yeah, he might be a little scary.

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Sharon

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