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.
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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