St. Patrick’s Day Mantel

Usually, the only decoration that I put out for St. Patrick’s Day is a pot of shamrocks, but this year, I am kicking it up a notch!  With all of the beautiful mantel displays I see in the blog world each holiday, I am loving redecorating mine for each holiday.
I started by making a shamrocks banner/bunting for my window frame with my Cricut machine.
Next, I added a shamrock plant and my ceramic rainboots that I have had for years.  I bought this fabulous Green Beer Served Here sign, because you know, the Irish do love their beer.
Then, I took the rosettes off of the sweater wreath I made for Valentine’s Day {tutorial here}, and wrapped some beaded garland around it.  I added a little bucket filled with Irish moss at the last minute.  I have to say, I adore this mantel.  It just makes me smile.
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Jessica
I’m Jessica, a mom on a mission to show other women that you can live well without breaking the bank. I like to share the thrifty, creative ways that I make changes in my home in the hopes that it will spark the creativity in someone else! I love to share DIY projects, crafts, simple recipes and cleaning tips too!
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    says

    I love your St. Patty’s mantel, and really love the banner. But honestly I can’t get enough of them. The balance of green is really good. Love the little boots, so cute. Thanks for sharing all your creative inspiration at Sunday’s Best.

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    says

    Thanks for joining the mantel party! That banner is super cute. Love the sparkle =) Seeing your shammrock reminds me I need to pick one up. Lasts years made it for a long time =) So fresh and pretty. Happy Spring Patrick’s Day =)

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