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February 21, 2016

Welcome to Clover Hills


Welcome to my little Village of Clover Hills for St. Patrick's Day

Stop on over and visit our very old little church where everyone is welcome...

The town folk welcome you and invite you for some festivities...

There's always a fresh cup of tea for everyone...

Wandering around the village you'll find plenty of shamrocks...



We're keeping the town treasure hidden away here from those Leprechauns…






Come on by and don't be shy!  



You're welcome back anytime!
We'll get the Guinness out for you too!


I know most of us are thinking about Easter already and since it's so close to St. Patrick's Day I thought I'd get a roll on that first!

Don't forget to join Cuisine Kathleen for her annual St. Patrick's Day blog crawl on March 16th.

I'm joining the following parties:

22 comments:

  1. I love your tea cups with shamrocks. I have one side of my family that was Irish, and hubby's mother's family was Irish. I need to get busy with getting my green on! Sheila

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  2. Very very cute, Liz! Love your little folks dancing a jig! Everything is ready for St. Paddy's Day! Hope you've had a good weekend.
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia :)

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  3. Your little Irish Village is very, very cute, Liz. I can tell you had so much fun creating it...Christine

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  4. Clover Hills looks like a lovely village to visit! Very fun St. Patrick's décor!

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  5. Love the church, Liz! It goes so well with the pretty dishes!

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  6. Love your St. Patrick's decorations. How pretty! Your tea set is beautiful. Maria

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  7. Love your St. Patty's day decorations. Cute little people!

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  8. Liz,

    Your St Patty decor is adorable! Thanks for joining the Dishing It & Digging It Link Party. I hope it brings you some great traffic and new friends too.

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  9. This is so adorable Liz!....St. Patrick's Day is a very special day in our family!....Have a great week!

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  10. Liz,
    Clover Hills is an adorable village! Your tea set is beautiful!
    Jemma

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  11. You make me wanna wish I had green St. Patrick's day decor! I LOVE your cabbage plates!!!!! Where are they from Liz?

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  12. Those are so cute. Love the little shamrocks and your little characters....Charming. Clover Hills is such a lovely place. Great job Liz.

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  13. Hi Liz, I love your touches of green and shamrocks for St. Patrick's Day. I too have a bit around among some spring. Love the little Irish folks among your pretties. Your plates are beautiful. I so enjoyed my visit to Clover Hills. Always a wonderful setting you create. You inspire me!! xo

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  14. How charming is Clover Hills...love this happy little village! Liz, I have never seen the Byer's Choice Irish people...just the right touch for St. Patty's Day! Happy Tuesday! Pam @ Everyday Living

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  15. I love your lovely tea set! So pretty and dainty. You're on top of things to be decorating for St. Patty's Day early.

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  16. So cute Liz! I use to decorate for St. Patty's, but when we moved I decided I would give that away and just do spring and Easter. I usually pull out my birds right about now. With Easter so early I'll decorate for it and then switch over to my birds.
    hugs,
    Jann

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  17. Thanks for popping in, Liz! Did you get lots of rain last night? It poured, thundered and lightninged here last night. Pretty scary. Hope your week is going well.
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia;)

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  18. Liz, you have St. Patrick's decorations? I never even have a green shirt on that day. You amaze me, truly. What you've done is beautiful as it always is.

    Thank you for sharing with Thoughts of Home on Thursday. You raise the bar for us. :)

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  19. Love your village Liz. So many neat pieces to share with us. The two leprechauns are so cute and love the teacups. This is so perfect for St. Patty's.

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  20. Oh Liz I adore this Irish themed bit of enchantment! I am a bit late in visiting due to it being college finals week for me but I am so very happy you joined Thought of Home on Thursday and shared this delightful gem.

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  21. Your Byers Irish town folk look happy to live in your Village of Clover Hills! I love how your plate rack is the perfect spot your a seasonal dish display. With Easter so early I feel like I have one foot in the land of leprechauns and one in in egg-and-bunny land! I need to get hoppin' for Kathleen's crawl :)

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  22. I love your little Irish "carolers!" I have an Irish Santa and Mrs. Claus which I must find now! Pour me a Guinness--I'll be right over (I wish :) ). Linda

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