If you saw my St. Patrick’s Day kitchen, you may have noticed my little shamrock banner on my metal shelving unit. This was a last minute, super easy project that cost about $7 in new supplies. Seriously.
- chip art boards or wooden cutouts
- scrapbook paper
- foam shamrocks
- Mod Podge
I actually found these chip art cutouts from Tuesday Morning of all places. It’s actually a bracket book and I scooped it up for $2. I loved the shape and knew it would make a good template for a banner.
I traced the cutouts in scrapbook paper, 4 total. I then trimmed with scissors and used a hole punch to cut the two holes in each paper to match the chip boards. Next I used Mod Podge to attach the scrapbook paper to the chip board cutouts.
Last step was to add the glitter shamrocks from Michael’s then feed the twine through the holes to hang!
Seriously a quick and easy project!
Nothing too fancy, but not bad for about $7 total in new supplies.
OK, I think I’m officially done with St. Patrick’s Day decorations for this year. Well, since I’ve never really crafted and shared anything for Easter on this blog except for printables, I think I’ll go get a head start on some projects now!