St. Patty's Day Floral Centerpiece!

You know spring is near when you see St. Patrick’s Day decor all around stores. I am definitely not complaining! I really love the spirit of St. Patty’s Day and today I'm happy to share this little DIY I created to celebrate this occasion.

Here's a basic wooden planter that I used for this project. I love that it has a handle.
Below are some of the supplies that I used. Find full listing of supplies as well as full tutorial HERE.

Tape around center of planter box, creating a rectangle shape. The interior of rectangle was approximately 6 inches in length and 1.5 inches in height.
Paint inside of area not taped and removed tape immediately after painting.
After paint has dried for at least 20 minutes, write the word “lucky” in script.
Fill in writing with a white chalk marker. Make the letters bold like the image below.
Here's the final product! For full tutorial, additional photos, and info on where I purchased my supplies, please visit LINK HERE.
Tee @ Beauteefulliving
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  • Brenda  S. Brenda S. on Mar 06, 2017
    This is so pretty! Love those flowers!!

  • Jean Clark Hogan Jean Clark Hogan on Mar 16, 2017
    Help me chose the right plants to put in the planter

    • Tee @ Beauteefulliving Tee @ Beauteefulliving on Mar 16, 2017
      Hi Jean, I used hydrangea, ranunculus blooms and anemone blooms in my planter. Most greenery will work in this planter. For it to work well with St. Patty's theme, I would choose light colors and dark greenery. Using variation of white, light green, and dark green plants/flowers will work well.