Decorating for St. Patrick’s Day

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I know it’s a little early to be decorating for St. Patrick’s Day, but I’m seriously ready for spring! 

St Patrick's Day Chalk Board

Monday it was so cold, in the 30’s. Today is a breezy 78! My Brella app told me to break out the shorts and flip flops to wear with my crown. I’m loving it!

St. Patrick's Day centerpiece

Of course, one of the first things I decorated was my chalkboard and kitchen area.

When I see the Oxalis plants at the nursery, I know it’s time to decorate for St. Patrick’s Day. Woo Hoo!

St. Patrick's Day garden flag

Once I finished in the kitchen, I moved to the front porch.

I thought I had a wreath to go with my garden flag, but couldn’t find one.  wreath supplies

Clearly, it was time to make a new one!

Brittany the Certified Celebrator was my inspiration for this one.  Her St. Patrick’s Day wreath was super cute. I thought that I would  try making a similar one.

glitter shamrocks

Aren’t these glittery shamrocks from the Dollar Tree cute? I bought 3 packages to make sure I had enough for my project.

The wreath and the ribbon were leftovers from earlier projects.

St. Patrick's Day Bow

The first thing I did was make a ribbon and glue it onto the wreath.

Normally, I would add the bow last.

However, this time I thought it would be easier to add it first.


This project is so easy to do.

Simply fold the shamrock in half, then put a small dot of hot glue in the center.

Press the shamrock onto the wreath.

Shamrock wreath

I continued doing this, placing the shamrocks at random angles, until the wreath was full.


Once I was finished, I noticed that I had some holes on the sides.


To fill these holes in, I cut the shamrocks in half.

Then glued the partial shamrocks into the holes.

decorating for St. Patrick's Day

So cute!

Decorating for St. Patrick's Day

Just looking at that bright green on the black door makes me happy!

A sure sign that spring is just around the corner!

Maybe I should have started decorating for St. Patrick’s Day a lot sooner.

Until next time…..


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Tammy from Patina and Paint


  1. Ya know I’m a glitter phobe, but that wreath sure is cute! Love that flag too, hehe. I skipped right over both Valnetine’s and St Patrick’s (other than yard flags). I was ready for spring right after Christmas!

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