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16 March 2013

Hydrangeas for St. Patrick

www.atlantahomesmag.com

Don't you just love this centerpiece?  Did I create it?  Heavens, no!  Sadly, I'm not nearly that creative, have no hydrangeas here at this house, and if I did, they wouldn't be blooming right now anyway!

I thought the green looked great for spring, and as a happy coincidence, I was trying to decide what to use on my table for a St. Patrick's Day meal.  So, I set out to attempt to recreate it as best I could.  It's very similar to the decoration I did for the front door.




I used a similar glass vase from HL, and all the stems came from HL.

Thank you, Pinterest, and www.atlanthomesmag.com for the inspiration!

Hydrangeas for St. Patrick's Day, y'all!

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21 comments:

  1. Your hydrangea arrangement is beautiful. My hydrangeas are budding now. xo, olive

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    1. Thank you, Olive! Ours in Wisconsin won't be budding for quite a while! You are so lucky!
      Thank you for visiting!
      ~N

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  2. Beautiful arrangement! I just love Pinterest!

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  3. Beautiful centerpiece, Nancy. I love hydrangeas. Also love the sweet falling shamrocks! xo

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    1. Thank you, Barbara! Those hydrangeas were soooo expensive, even at 1/2 off at HL. Have you noticed how high their prices are? I will most DEFINITELY be saving them for future arrangements!
      Thank you so much for commenting and visiting, and I'm glad you like those shamrocks!!
      ~N

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  4. Nancy, the centerpiece is lovely. I like the curly willow branches added to the hydrangeas. I used white hydrangeas for my centerpiece.
    Happy St. Paddy's Day..........Sarah

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    1. And Happy St. Pat's to you, as well, Sarah!
      I sooo wish I had access to REAL willow branches; would make everything so much easier!
      Thank you again for visiting and commenting!
      ~N

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  5. You did a great job at recreating the center piece! Laura

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    1. Thank you, Laura! I am NOT creative, but I CAN copy!
      Have a great weekend!
      ~N

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  6. You did a beautiful job! I especially love the interest that the twigs give it. Your inspiration gives me inspiration! Hope you can stop by the enchanted oven.
    xo,
    Lisa

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  7. So pretty, I love hydrangeas! Visiting from Seasonal Sundays...
    Blessings,
    Cindy

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    1. Thank you for visiting and commenting, Cindy!
      ~N

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  8. Gorgeous table- elegant and inviting! Visiting from Seasonal Sundays. HAPPY Springtime :)
    shawn

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    1. Thank you, Shawn! So glad to have lovely inspirations to COPY!
      ~N

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  9. As always a beautiful table arrangement. I do love the hydrangea with the branches. I have blue and pink stems, but I think I need some white. You are so right that they seem to get higher and higher.

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    1. I hate to say this, but I MAY have to have some blue ones for Easter!!!!! :(

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  10. I love both floral arrangements, Nancy! I thought I was following you. LOL. I am your newest follower. xo, Ron

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    1. I'm so happy that you are! Look forward to you daily posts!
      ~N

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  11. I love how hydrangeas look with curly willow mixed in. So pretty! You did a great job on yours.

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    1. Thanks, Kelly! I had a great picture to COPY!!!! :)
      ~N

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