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Easy St. Patricks Day Wreath

I love any excuse to decorate but admit that I am not a huge St. Patricks Day decorator. Maybe because it is so close to Easter and Easter is my favorite! Who knows but I knew my kids would get excited with a few decorations and since I didn’t want to spend a ton of money I headed to my favorite place… The Dollar Tree! Y’all, I just love it there!

I grabbed a grapevine wreath, 2 strands of St. Patricks Day garland and this green, glittery shamrock! $4 and I was out the door! Ok, that’s a lie. There were like 10 other things in my cart.


I knew I had floral wire at home and some ribbon that would be the finishing touch!

This is the easiest project ever! All I did was wrap the garland around the wreath. Two strands was enough but three would have made it even fuller. I tucked the ends of the garland through the wreath so I didn’t need to use hot glue.

With a piece of floral wire I attached the Shamrock to the top of the wreath. I added a gold bow and voila… an easy and inexpensive Saint Patrick’s Day wreath!

Happy Saint Patrick’s Day!

Happy creating,

Jessica

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Burlap Heart

I started to make burlap door hangers a few years ago when I found out how easy it was to paint and stencil on burlap. Not only is it easy to paint but this a no sew project which makes it fast! Did you know there was such a thing as colored burlap? When I saw this red burlap I had no plans for it but knew I had to buy it! And I am so glad I did!! Supplies:

  • burlap
  • hot glue gun
  • 22 gauge wire
  • assorted ribbon
  • pliers
  • white paint
  • polka dot stamper

Check our Facebook live video for the directions! Have fun and get creative!!! Think off all the cute door hanger you could make? Santa sack, ornament, pumpkin, carrot, Easter egg, cross, bunny, sun, beach ball and so many more! What would you make?

Happy crafting, 

Jessica