Before we get to today's Flashback Friday post, it is time to announce our WINNER WINNER CHICKEN DINNER!
The wonderful teak bench (courtesy of TeakCloseouts) is going home with....
Congrats! I have emailed you.. keep an eye out for it!
Now.. Time to take a look at some of the past St. Patrick's day projects I've done in the past. Let's start with my favorite.. MANTLES!
Back in 2012 I made the paint chip garland and took the 'subtle' route. A few green accessories and I called it day:
Last year I put a little more effort into it, and it was slightly more obvious that it was for St. Patrick's Day (I actually still really like this mantle in different shades of green):
And of course, this year I went all out with the Irish/Shamrock theme, toned down with some natural elements like the burlap and reclaimed lumber:
I also have a couple St. Paddy's wreaths, including this one made from dyed coffee filters:
And this one made of fabric scraps:
I also have a couple kid's projects, like this little leprechaun house that the girls made out of popsicle sticks;
And of course yesterday's crepe paper shamrocks:
Finally, in the spirit of Ireland's favorite starchy vegetable, Crock Pot Baked Potato Soup:
I hope you can find some inspiration in there somewhere. Have a great weekend and a wonderful St. Patrick's Day!
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