Wednesday, 13 March 2013

Wishes from Crystal Grandeur




    Wishing you all here from India a happy St Patrick Day.









Jade is a lucky plant.
























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12 comments:

  1. No one better than you for taking such FABULOUS photography, friend! I love all I see in your breautiful photography and lots of green too! I love your pretty table topper and green dishes. Thank you for such sweet and kind comments. Best wishes for you.
    FABBY

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  2. lovely vingettes, sujatha!! have a wonderful evening!

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  3. Isn't is fun how everyone is "Irish" for St. Patrick's Day? I adore seeing how you interpreted it! Your lucky Jade plant is wonderful and I am love those green glass figurines on the table. Everything is perfect for Kathleen's Blog Crawl!!

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  4. Your setting is very pretty! I love the little peppers:@)

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  5. The pirates!!! I LOVE the pirates!!! What a fun touch!!! I never would have thought of that! That is really cool, Sujatha!!!! This is a wonderful table for celebration of St. Patrick's Day! The jade is a great plant, too. I like to use plants different from the traditional shamrocks that symbolize luck, and this is perfect! Very nicely done! I hope you have a wonderful weekend!!!!

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  6. Love those pirates, they are a hoot, Sujatha! Your table is lovely...nice jade plant, too.

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  7. I see that your pirates are just as mischievous as leprechauns! What a great idea to use a lucky jade plant!!! I love jade plants, although I have a great deal of trouble keeping them from losing leaves. I hope you are having a wonderful day. Linda

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  8. Hi Sweetie friend,

    Your setting is more likely St. Paddy's mood §:-)
    Ahhh... absolutely cuties. I giggled when I saw the figurines/wineglass holder.
    I found that they are so sweet.

    Hope you have had a great w/end and a blessed week ahead.

    Greetings,
    /CC girl

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  9. Thanks for doing this, even though St. Patrick is non existent in India! All your greens look wonderful, and the pirates are a comical addition! They can take the place of Leprechauns! :)

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  10. Your table is so much fun. What unique and wonderful pirate figures. I really like those. laurie

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  11. I have looked at your settings for quite awhile, but it was the pirates that finally made me post. They are adorable and totally unexpected. What fun to look at.

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