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Wednesday, March 14, 2012

This Year's St. Patrick's Day Decorations

I added a few new St. Patrick's Day decorations to my collection this year.

Here's my St. Patty's Day mantel.

This garland is new. It's an image from the Silhouette. It was so easy to do and I love how it turned out!

Here's a close up.

This frame was inspired by a piece I saw on Inspiring Creations Blog last year. I made a version of it last year but decided to have another go at it this year.

This is a frame. All I did was paint the edges and mod podged scrapbook paper on top. Then, I painted a tree on cardstock and glued Shamrocks, I cut from my Silhouette, on the tree. I embellished the frame by mod podging shamrocks and the word "Luck" (also cut on my Silhouette) and covering them with a layer of mod podge. When all of that was dry, I added ribbons and buttons. I like the way it turned out and this craft was also something I did for craft night with my craft crew.

Here's another copycraft I found on pinterest. icandy handmade created the inspiration piece and I just changed it a bit for me.  I'll be putting pictures on the four dangling blocks.

Here are close ups of the blocks.

I just embellished them with random things.

I tried to make each block unique.

I'm pretty happy with how they turned out.

This final decoration was inspired by the heart one I made at Valentine's Day. I cut Shamrocks on my Silhouette, glued them to a piece of scrapbook paper, and added a gold coin for a pop. I used an old frame I had that was trimmed in gold. This took twenty minutes max. I really like it.

So, my holiday collection keeps growing. I hope you're inspired by some of these easy decorations.

Happy St. Patrick's Day!

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