Saturday, 17 March 2012

Come into the parlour!


Near a misty stream in Ireland in the hollow of a tree
Live mystical, magical leprechauns who are clever as can be
With their pointed ears, and turned up toes and little coats of green
The leprechauns busily make their shoes and try not to be seen
Only those who do believe have seen these irish elves
And if we become believers we can see them for ourselves.

We've finally finished and despatched the last of our St Patrick's Day luxury wreaths this morning. Time for a well deserved hearty breakfast and an irish coffee.

Have a great St Patricks Day. Sláinte!

For further informatiom regarding our custom wreaths pop over and visit our website.
www.magicalchristmaswreaths.co.uk
 

13 comments:

  1. Such a lovely post for St. Patrick's Day, love the poem, and the wreath is magical :)
    Enjoy your breakfast and Irish coffee !
    ~Jo

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  2. Dear Paul,
    the wreath is so lovely!
    Elves hovering over a plant with the plant's genetic blueprint plan in their tiny fists...that reminds me to write a post on W&P soon. (By the way: your blog is there, on Youarewittyandpretty - the only blog on which I technically manage to get the blog list going)
    In Germany they start to celebrate St. Patrick's Day too - like Valentine or Halloween they try to import it. For me a four-leaved clover is enough :-)

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  3. Beautiful wreath. Perfect for St. Patrick's Day. And love the poem too! ~Delores

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  4. Those magic hands are at it again, beautiful wreath. I love the simplicity of this one.

    Daphne X

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  5. How pretty is that! So St Patricks! I love all the moss and different shades of green. You've kept it very subtle, I love it! I see why you guys are in such demand.

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  6. Sublime, a great big chilled out mossy green St Patricks wreath. Underplayed and very well executed. No wonder your customers are very pleased with your wreaths.
    I heard some chatter that you did some zany, magical ones too for St Paddys that went down well. Congrats, keep up the good work.

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  7. Ah kiss the blarney that a mighty fine wreath me laddo! :))

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  8. Another really lovely wreath. I love what you do. I'll be ordering at Christmas. Jem.

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  9. Hey!
    Thanks for stopping by my garden blog the other day and for your kind comments. I was feeling just a bit down at that very moment and you got me out of my slump!
    Your wreaths are breathtaking. This one is absolutely fabulous. You work magic into them.
    All the best and I'll visit again in the summer when school is out. I'm a teacher and waaay too rushed to enjoy the time I really need to visit blogs like yours. Yours is to savor slowly.
    David/Tropical Texana/ Houston :0)

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  10. Your wreaths are blooming fantastic, I've heard lots about MCW and the great things you do. Keep up the good work. SW

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  11. I had no idea you did wreaths through the year! I love this one. Very smart.
    M

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  12. Your wreath are so pretty, I love the simplicity of this one.

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