For the Love of Vintage Jadeite: Sharin' O' the Green Blog Hop



Happy Monday, Friends! Welcome to the Sharin' O' the Green Blog Hop hosted by Amber, at Follow the Yellow Brick Home! Of course, nothing says "green" to me quite like my vintage jadeite collection! Whether you go all-out for St. Patrick's Day or are just itching to add some spring greenery after the winter months, join me for inspiration from 18 blogger friends... 


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If you hopped over from Decor to Adore, isn't Laura's front garden lovely? Bringing fresh greenery indoors is one of my favorite ways to decorate year round. Here, I've paired fresh garden thyme with a vintage jadeite creamer.


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If you've been here before, you're probably familiar with my collection which faces my back door and is the first thing I see when I come home. I started my collection about 7 years ago. With the exception of a few pieces I picked up traveling, I scored most of it at thrift stores. Since then, the prices have really increased and it's much harder to come by in thrift stores. The majority of my collection is vintage Fire-King. However, I occasionally mix in newer reproduction pieces. It's been interesting to see World Market and now even Target's Hearth and Hand collection by Joanna Gaines add some repro pieces.


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The wall display over the potting stand I repurposed as a hutch remains pretty constant, but I do enjoy styling the collection for different seasons. 


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Over the years, I've created many spring vignettes featuring my jadeite, but this is the first time I was inspired (by Amber's idea for the blog hop) to create a St. Patrick's Day vignette. My wee leprechaun was a thrift store find. 


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I purchased this festive vintage label from Melissa's Antiques during one of her Instagram sales. 


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I always have bundles of organic rosemary hanging somewhere in the house! The small shamrock and harp bowl (behind the leprechaun) and this Blarney Castle plate are both vintage from Ireland and are AVAILABLE HERE!


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My $1 thrifted vintage school chalkboard hangs on the opposite wall. {See how to stencil a chalkboard, here!}


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If you're looking for a simple St. Patrick's Day treat, check out these dark chocolate dipped sugar cookies! 


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Thanks for stopping by! I know you're going to love the creative ideas from the rest of the bloggers--next up is Katie, from Let's Add Sprinkles. I'm off to check out her beautiful green spring accents! 


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19 comments:

  1. The two plates and Leprechaun make a perfect St. Patrick's Day vignette along with your beautiful Jadeite. That label is incredible and you are sure to enjoy it for years to come for March decor.

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  2. What a darling collection of jadite. I love jadite. Cute collectables in the mix too. Fun inspiration.

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  3. Your jadite ccollection is amazing. Gorgeous displays.

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  4. Fabulous jadeite collection and I love that darling doily garland. So cute!

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  5. Your collection is beautiful and so perfect for St. Patrick's Day! Pretty displays!
    Shelley

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  6. What a gorgeous vignette Cecilia. I adore your collection of jadeite! It's a perfect shade of green.

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  7. That little leprechaun is adorable. I want to find one! Everything looks so cute and perfect for March!

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  8. This is so pretty, Cecilia! I am loving the little leprechaun vignette!

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  9. Cecilia, I love the soft green color of the jadeite. It will definitely be a color to use through spring and Easter. I'll keep my eye out for you. I love how you display the pieces and mix in other accessories.

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  10. I love your jadeite collection! I only have a couple jadeite pieces and I want to get more. I love how you displayed the little leprechaun figurine and the Blarney castle plate! So happy to be hopping with you!

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  11. I am envious of your beautiful jadeite collection! So pretty!

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  12. Love your jadeite, Cecilia! I have a few accessory pieces, but my sis got my grandma's; lucky her. It just looks so fresh and springy this time of year!

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  13. Wow your Jadeite collection is so amazing and I always love seeing it. Your St. Patrick's Day vignette is so adorable!

    Fresh organic rosemary...sighs...just today I was wanting some to make a fresh simmer while I was doing some spring cleaning. My rosemary barely weathers the winter, so I don't have any fresh sprigs right now but it will probably come back once the weather warms up.

    Thanks so much for sharin' your green treasures for this hop. Happy early almost spring!

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  14. Cecilia I absolutely adore your Jadeite collection!!! Its truly fabulous!! And I must say, I love your wee leprechaun man as well! He is adorable! I'm so happy to be joining you on this hop!

    Larissa

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  15. Your jadeite is beautiful and it makes me wonder why I didn't even think to get mine out. I guess I need to do that. And I definitely need to bake cookies to set on my jadeite cake stand.

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  16. Cecilia, I have always loved your jadite collection! Mine is small, but I keep my eyes out for more. But, like you said; it's gotten expensive! Your St. Patty's vignette is so sweet!
    hugs,
    Jann

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  17. Your jadeite dishes are absolutely gorgeous! That soft green is perfect for spring. I am just so inspired to find green dishes.

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  18. I love your dishes Cecilia. How you styled them with St. Paddy's day decor is perfect.

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