I don't know about you but I could sure use a little more of luck in my life. These Lucky Leprechaun Rocks are fun to make and might just bring that extra bit of luck you have and I been searching for!
It's very simple to take heart shaped cookie cutter's and make them into a clover shape. Great for trivets or a decoration. This project is inexpensive and very easy to make. You can see more of my crazy creations here
I did not have a St Patrick's Day wreath so I decided I would try to make another wreath out of wire hangers. I was able to bend and twist two wire hangers, wrap them in quilt batting and ribbon to create an adorable wreath.
These fun rainbow soaps make the perfect St. Patrick's Day craft! Plus they're easier to make than you might think! Will you be looking for the end of the rainbow this St. Patrick's Day?
After a visit to Ireland many years ago, I decided to recreate the Irish countryside in a vintage mason jar to celebrate St. Patrick's Day!Click HERE to get each and every step in my full tutorial!
This St. Patrick's Day art is easy and inexpensive. Great for crafting night with your friends and a fun project for kids. You can see more of my crazy creations here
St. Patrick's Day isn't a holiday that we bust out the big gun decorations for. Because really, Leprechauns are a little scarier than Santa Claus. Probably why all the kids want to catch them in traps instead of feed them cookies. Still, it's fun to be festive, so a few little touches around the house are a great way to celebrate. Understated and simple, these lucky gold leaf flower pots are a great solution to a seasonal decorating dilemma.
Holiday wreathes don't have to be hard or break the bank...today I'll show you how to make a simple St. Patrick's Day Wreath with just a few supplies and completed in about 30 minutes!!
You can make your own adorable St. Patrick's Day soaps. They are fun little St. Patrick's Day decorations for your home or you can also give them as cute little DIY gifts for kids or as St. Patrick's Day party favors.Check my blog for even more fun St. Patrick's Day ideas.
I love setting pretty tables and like to challenge myself to find things in my home or that I spend very little on. With St. Patrick’s Day around the corner I wanted to share how you can set a pretty table using wrapping paper, fabric and some pretty roses. Even though its not a huge holiday its always fun n festive for your family and kids too. There may be corned beef and cabbage and a possible apple martini or green beer or two.
I love the challenge to come up with something that didn’t cost much and here’s what I did. My big splurge was the GORGEOUS cream and green roses in the center. LOVE them. I found these at Vons and I have had such great luck with their flowers many times having them last almost two weeks. Look below at the pics for step by step and please come over to the blog. So I love the way the table turned out and now I just have to figure out what we’re serving for dinner. I’m looking forward to a fun weekend with family. How about you? Do you celebrate the St. Patrick’s Day holiday or not?? Thanks so much for stopping by and have a great day, Lisa
Valentine's Day is over and, lucky for me, there's still an abundance of hearts everywhere. Even better than that-- they're on clearance! That's a good thing because I came up with a way to use them for the next holiday. (No, I'm not talking about President's Day.) In this instance, I made a St. Patrick shamrock wreath using heart-shaped grapevine wreaths.
St. Patrick's story has intrigued me for many years. He lived around 400 AD, and the true story is seldom told. To make a long story short, he was kidnapped at 16 years of age off his family farm and kept as a slave for six years. His family was slaughtered by the same ones who stole him. They took over the family farm. When Patrick escaped from captivity and made it home to Scotland, he learned the sad truth. Rather than be bitter, he returned to his captors and took the Gospel to them. His story is one of compassion and forgiveness, even for those who wronged him. For more reading go to: : http://christiananswers.net/q-eden/patrick.html . Because his story inspires me, I love to decorate for St. Pat's Day including a new welcome sign on the front door.
Even though it’s been sunny, we’re still stuck inside with 30 degree temps. So I’m always looking for kids craft ideas–especially if they are holiday themed! For some reason I am super into St. Patrick’s Day this year and the color green is just popping up everywhere! So I saw these dried split-peas at the store and knew I could do something fun with my kids with them. And this is where we get Split-Pea Shamrocks!
Can you believe it’s almost March? I feel like the last four months have flown by. It's about 4 weeks to St. Paddy’s Day. I have Irish ancestry and always enjoy St. Patrick’s Day celebrations – watching parades, listening to jigs, reels and songs, laughing at funny stories, and sharing happiness with friends. I believe everyone is a little Irish on St. Patrick’s Day. I usually don’t do much decorating for the day but love Irish blessings. Today I’m sharing a special one:The blessing is:May happiness caress youAnd Love and laughter bless you.The free printable is sized up to 8.5" x 11" but you can print it in smaller sizes like 5" x 7", 4" x 6", or even 5 1/8" x 7". The jpeg can be manipulated. You can use your own printer or go to a professional printer like Office Depot. I often use them for little money with a variety of paper choices.
Hello Hometalk Friends! St. Patrick's Day is just a few weeks away. If you're in search of the mythical pot of gold at the end of the rainbow, I have just the project for you. Whether you celebrate St. Paddy's Day traditionally with corn beef and cabbage or just want to add a little glam to the occasion, this gold is as close as the end of a paint brush...
Repurpose a worn out loafer or bootie into a whimsical lucky leprechaun shoe. Multi surface paints, glue and some sparkle transform "past its prime" footwear into fun St. Patrick's decor giving a nod to the holiday's little cobblers