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This is my little spot in my home where I’ve been decorating for the seasons.
♥ I love changing it out to celebrate! ♥
♣ Here is an overview of this year’s set up. It’s a collection of items purchased from the stores as well as a few hand painted and handmade items.
♣ This cross was purchased at Hobby Lobby and the clovers are hand painted.
♣ The St. Patrick’s Day sign was purchased at Hobby Lobby also but it had three wooden shapes hanging from the bottom. I took it apart to use them all separately as you can see in the other pictures.
♣ The black pot of gold on the shelf, hat and shamrock sitting on top my fireplace.
♣ I love the pieces so much more than all hanging together.
♣ The “lucky” banner was created using notecards from Hobby Lobby. I just cut in a couple in half and shaped the bottom into a v.
♣ I cut the letters and horseshoe (for the U) on my Cricut die cutting machine and used twine to string together. I added lace ribbon to the top for an added touch.
♣ I hand painted this shamrock angel jar back in 2004. (I only remembered because I have it written on the bottom :))
♣ For the shamrocks on the inside of the jar I used purchased foam shapes and glued them to wooden skewers wrapped in washi tape.
♣ This little guy has been with me for many years. I purchased him at Hobby Lobby a long time ago. He’s made of paper mache and I just love his adorable little smile.
♣ This little collection is a display of “using what you have”. 🙂
♣ I cut these paper shamrocks on my Cricut , added character using a white Galaxy marker, inking the edges with white ink and added a white button in the center. I bent up the edges to give shape.
Well here you have my St. Patty’s Day decor for 2015. ♥♣♥
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