St. Patrick’s Day is around the corner, and what better way to put you in the spirit than by adding some festive, fun and green elements to your decor.
I used some of the items from my Succulent Vignette, which was featured here, and paired them with some of my existing St. Patrick’s Day decor items.
Here is the whole shelf, where I added in some green elements here and there. My favourite part is the owls with their little green leprechaun hats.
I also used my multi-purpose frame to add the clovers. I love this paired with my gold candle holders I found at Walmart for $3.00 each.
I picked up these mossy balls (tee hee) on clearance last year from Michael’s. The colour is a very rich green that just doesn’t show in pictures. Sorry 😉
This gold pillow is one that usually sits on my living room couch. For St. Patrick’s Day this year, I used some duct tape to attach a little green clover to this pillow.
Here’s the whole set up. It’s green and fun, and I love it.
I didn’t forget about the front door either. This easy wreath was made with a simple grapevine form, and green feather boas. It’s so bright that it’s hard to read, so I’ll help you out. The little plaque reads “May you live to be one hundred years, and one extra year to repent.” LOL. Love it!!!
That’s it for today folks. Enjoy the rest of your weekend. I’ll be back on Wednesday with an adorable St. Patrick’s Day activity (which is also decor), that you can do with the kids. See you then 🙂
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