Thursday, March 17, 2022

#tbt 2011 St. Patrick’s Day Decor

Happy St. Patrick's Day!  I hope you're having a lucky day!  (At this point, I'll consider today a success if we don't have a squirrel in our house this year.)  Anyways... I'm back with one last Throwback Thursday decor post with pictures of holiday decorations from our apartment in Woburn!  I thought it would be appropriate to post this today.  If you missed out on my previous posts, you can find Halloween, Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, Christmas and Winter at those corresponding links.

Today, we're traveling back to St. Patrick's Day of 2011.  This was the last holiday that I posted photos online.  There's still a small chance that I have Easter photos from that year as well... but I'll have to check my desktop computer for those!

Like all of our other tours, we're starting off in our living room.  With our bright red couch and chair and a half, all of the green decor definitely popped!

Eliot's side table got a fabric cloth for decor.

My side table held my giant pot.  I had planned to put gold coins in it, but I didn't.

Our chair and a half had some extra fabric draped over the back.  I also put my shamrock Build-A-Bear in her little green dress on it.  She's so cute!

Our storage had a few more plush Build-A-Bears and some Beanie Babies.

Here's a close up of the Beanie Babies on the DVD storage.

And here are my Build-A-Bears in their St. Patrick's Day outfits!

I put a few gel clings in our front window.  "Kiss Me I'm Irish" was on one side.

And the other Window said "Happy St. Pat's Day!" with shamrocks.

Next on our tour, we're moving over to the kitchen.  I don't remember if I had towels or other decorations for St. Patrick's Day in there, but I did have some shamrock window clings and shamrock lights hung up in the kitchen window.

Our dining room also had a few decorations in it.

I had a little floral display on our dining room table.

Our front window had more gel clings in it.

The top window had the word "Irish" on it.

The bottom right window had "Happy St. Pat's Day!" on it as well.

The side window in our dining room had shamrocks and snowflakes in the window.

Finally, we're ending our tour with a close up of my dining room floral display!  I love the little shamrocks and the leprechaun hats tucked in there.

And there you have it!  Eliot and I didn't have a ton of St. Patrick's Day decorations on display in our apartment back in 2011, but I still think it was fun and festive!

Mathe luck of thIrish be with you!  HappSt. Patrick'Day!!°o°

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