You don’t need to pay pots of gold on St. Patrick’s Day decorations. Be crafty and create these simple St. Patrick’s Day decorating ideas for bloggers and Taste of home Set Stylist, Stacey Genaw.
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Wreath of wool balls
This seasonal wreath starts with yarn remnants in white and varying shades of green. Hot glue one end of the yarn to a 14 inch foam wreath, then wrap the yarn around the wreath until it is completely covered. Add dots of glue at key points to hold the yarn in place.
Then wrap foam balls of different sizes with different shades of yarn. Glue all the balls to the wreath in a design of your choice. Embellish with two knitting needles stuck into the top of the wreath, then hang it on your front door.
Lucky Felt Flag
Show how lucky you feel this St. Patrick’s Day with Landeeluit’s lucky flag craft. While she used a wooden plate, you can also use a canvas flag as well as. To do this, tape painters one inch apart and paint rainbow stripes to fill in the gaps. Let it dry and attach gold letters that spell “lucky” in the middle of your flag. To finish, print a clover shape, cut it out and glue it under the letters.