The Easiest St. Patrick’s Day Garland

Saint Patrick’s Day is coming up! I am not Irish, or very lucky, but any chance to celebrate I tend to love. I made this felt garland to decorate our house in about two minutes – it is the easiest garland I’ve ever made. By connecting the felt pieces through small slits I didn’t even need glue, and it fits in perfectly over the “pot of gold” heater.

To make the garland hand-draw or trace a shamrock onto green felt. Cut the shamrock, then cut a small slit in the first clover. String the shamrocks together through the slits and hang over something gold.

Photography in collaboration with Pictilio.

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Posted March 06, 2013
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7 Responses to “The Easiest St. Patrick’s Day Garland”

  1. Mina Brinkey says:

    I love this! I am so DIY challenged. So, I love easy projects! Thanks! : )

  2. LisaDay says:

    Easy enough for my guy to help. Thanks,

    LisaDay

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