Simple St. Patrick’s Day Decor

 

Green Wreath with Shamrocks

This simple green wreath is one I reuse for so many occasions and seasons.  I like it by itself just as a green wreath also. The last time I stored it, I pulled the branches off.  This is a simple wire wreath from a dollar store.  Using floral wire, I attached green stems to the wreath form.  I like the character and rustic look of this wreath.  Just adding a simple piece of fishing line and some felt shamrocks, I found in my craft supplies, made this a cute addition to an interior door. You can pick up some felt shamrocks like the ones below or make your own.

Black Yarn Wreath

This wreath is so versatile.  I love the texture of the yarn.  It’s different than what you normally see for a wreath.  I made a white version of this wreath for another post.  Click here to get the instructions. To make this wreath St. Patrick’s Dayesque, I added fishing line and a felt shamrock.  Then, I made a simple bow and tied it to the wreath with fishing line as well. You can purchase the loop yarn here.

Simple Centerpiece

Every year for St. Patrick’s Day, my kiddos make a leprechaun trap to try to catch one of those little rascals.  Last year, I picked up some plastic coins, a curly wire with shamrocks and several other things for the trap my son decided to make.  This year, I took those things and decided to put them on the table as a whimsical centerpiece for St, Patrick’s Day.  I am sure these things will be confiscated for a trap before long.  For now, they look cute on our table. I used coins similar to these.

 

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black yarn wreath with shamrocks

 

shamrock centerpiece

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