Simple St. Patrick's Day Decor

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I don't know too many people that decorate for small holidays like St. Patrick's Day... except for bloggers! Any excuse to create fun tablescapes, mantles, and vignettes right?!

Well, I'm no exception, I have just a few simple decorations for St. Patrick's Day.

St. Patrick's Day decorations

I only decorated the dining room table... because it's such a small holiday that there's no reason to go overboard... well... and because I only have a few things!!


I started with the zebra print table runner that I made for {this} tablescape and a doily that my grandma made years ago.


I made the grungy "make-do" doll many moons ago and the wooden heart sucker holder is something my daughter made when she was little.


In case you're wondering what the heck a make-do doll is, this definition best sums it up:

"a doll that's made to look like it had no pattern, just cobbled together from rags and found objects" 

That's exactly what this is to. I didn't have a pattern and I made it with things I already had in my craft stash!  The face is needle sculpted, tea stained, and hand painted. Here's a better picture. I love her puckered up lips!!



My mom made this sweet little card for me a few years ago.



And the little green hat has a cute story behind it that I'll share in a minute.


I found these adorable little crochet clovers at Be Happy Crafts on Etsy! I am using them as table confetti!



I already had the green wreath and I found the sign and the little sparkly hat at Hobby Lobby.



I made the banner several years ago with old book pages and some scrapbook paper for the clover.



The story behind the little hat...

I took this sweet little boy to get a hair cut and when I picked him up they had given him a little scarf and St. Patrick's Day hat! 😂😂

He wasn't too happy about it... he looks a little embarrassed!!


Do you decorate for St. Patrick's Day?




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4 comments

  1. Fun decorations! I have always enjoyed St. Patrick's day---maybe because it's so close to my birthday. Don't enjoy the birthdays so much anymore, tho! LOL!

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  2. I am a proud Irish American who loves all things Irish. So needless to say I most definitely decorate for St. Patrick's Day. Every room in my house has a wee touch of a leprechaun ;).

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  3. Oh come on!! You still get presents so that part is good!!

    Tania

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  4. That's great Amanda! ;o) It makes it even better when it means something more to you!

    Tania

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