St. Patrick’s Day Luck o’ the Irish Wreath

St. Patrick's Day Luck o' the Irish Wreath. Dress up your front door for St Patty's day with this easy to make St. Patrick's Day wreath door decoration. This is a fast, inexpensive wreath decoration that just might bring a bit of the luck o' the Irish your way.


Dress up your front door for St Patty’s day with this easy to make St. Patrick’s Day wreath door decoration. This is a fast, inexpensive wreath decoration that just might bring a bit of the luck o’ the Irish your way.

St. Patrick’s Day Luck o’ the Irish Wreath

Find your pot o’ gold on this charming St. Patrick’s Day door décor wreath! This wreath is meant to be abundant, but not complete around the straw wreath. You, of course, can do what you like. If you do not want any exposed straw, I’d suggest making the balls come up both sides of the wreath (duplicating each side), and then placing the shamrocks and coins at the top.


Like so many crafts this is simply an idea for you to begin with and expand upon to make your own. You can follow my steps exactly, or go off in your own direction.

Notes:

• Nearly all the materials necessary to make this easy St. Patrick’s Day Luck o’ the Irish Wreath craft can be purchased at at JoAnn, Michaels, or Hobby Lobby

• Take the straw wreath outside to unwrap it, and then give it a good shake outdoors! This will remove the loose straw, and keep your house tidy.

• Christmas bulbs were used on this craft – because I am cheap. Different textures, and various shades make for wonderful depth and juxposition of colors and textures. You can use craft balls in different shades of gold and green, but adhering them to the wreath may be a bit tricky.

• Quilter t-pins + hot glue were used to attach the bulbs. You could also use the floral picks with the wire at the end, or you could try and use only hot glue, but it may be a bit difficult.

• Instead of felt shamrocks, you could cut out paper ones – providing your wreath is not expoded to the elements.

• You could also use pot o’ gold felt cutouts.

• You can purchase the “gold coins” at the dollar store for a buck, or your favorite craft store for more.

St. Patrick's Day Luck o' the Irish Wreath. Dress up your front door for St Patty's day with this easy to make St. Patrick's Day wreath door decoration. This is a fast, inexpensive wreath decoration that just might bring a bit of the luck o' the Irish your way.


St. Patrick’s Day Luck o’ the Irish Wreath Materials:

14″ Straw Wreath
• 12 Bulbs, assorted size and color
Gold Coins
• Felt Shamrocks
• Ribbon for Wreath Wrap
• Ribbon for Bow (or buy a premade bow)
Quilter Pins
• Assorted Glitter Fill (leaves were used)
• Scissors
Glue Gun
• Hot Glue
• Wire Cutters

St. Patrick's Day Luck o' the Irish Wreath. Dress up your front door for St Patty's day with this easy to make St. Patrick's Day wreath door decoration. This is a fast, inexpensive wreath decoration that just might bring a bit of the luck o' the Irish your way.


St. Patrick’s Day Luck o’ the Irish Wreath Directions:

• Unwrap the straw wreath and shake for loose straw. This is best done outside so as to keep your house and work area clean.
• Wrap the wreath with green ribbon (a narrow ribbon was used). Hot glue the ribbon in place on the wreath.

St. Patrick's Day Luck o' the Irish Wreath. Dress up your front door for St Patty's day with this easy to make St. Patrick's Day wreath door decoration. This is a fast, inexpensive wreath decoration that just might bring a bit of the luck o' the Irish your way.


St. Patrick's Day Luck o' the Irish Wreath. Dress up your front door for St Patty's day with this easy to make St. Patrick's Day wreath door decoration. This is a fast, inexpensive wreath decoration that just might bring a bit of the luck o' the Irish your way.


St. Patrick's Day Luck o' the Irish Wreath. Dress up your front door for St Patty's day with this easy to make St. Patrick's Day wreath door decoration. This is a fast, inexpensive wreath decoration that just might bring a bit of the luck o' the Irish your way.


St. Patrick's Day Luck o' the Irish Wreath. Dress up your front door for St Patty's day with this easy to make St. Patrick's Day wreath door decoration. This is a fast, inexpensive wreath decoration that just might bring a bit of the luck o' the Irish your way.


• Layer the baubles (balls):
• Insert a quilting pin into the hanger portion of your bulb (at the top of the ornament cap).
• Insert the pin into the straw wreath, then, dab a dot of hot glue under the ball to more firmly affix it in place.
• Note: the pin is going to anchor across the ball wire hanger and you want to push that quiting pin in sideways to hide the ornament cap (hanger and pin) in the wreath and away from the exterior of the finished wreath product.
• Proceed to attach more bulbs in the same manner. Pay attention to size, texture, and holes. If you want to place some smaller bulbs on top of the larger wreath-adhered bulbs, you can hot glue them to the existing bulbs, and hide those holes. 12 bulbs were used in total on this wreath. You can use more or less according to your personal taste and preferences.
• Once you are finished with your bulbs, take a step back and make certain they are as complete as you would like, and firmly adhered to the wreath.

St. Patrick's Day Luck o' the Irish Wreath. Dress up your front door for St Patty's day with this easy to make St. Patrick's Day wreath door decoration. This is a fast, inexpensive wreath decoration that just might bring a bit of the luck o' the Irish your way.


St. Patrick's Day Luck o' the Irish Wreath. Dress up your front door for St Patty's day with this easy to make St. Patrick's Day wreath door decoration. This is a fast, inexpensive wreath decoration that just might bring a bit of the luck o' the Irish your way.


St. Patrick's Day Luck o' the Irish Wreath. Dress up your front door for St Patty's day with this easy to make St. Patrick's Day wreath door decoration. This is a fast, inexpensive wreath decoration that just might bring a bit of the luck o' the Irish your way.


St. Patrick's Day Luck o' the Irish Wreath. Dress up your front door for St Patty's day with this easy to make St. Patrick's Day wreath door decoration. This is a fast, inexpensive wreath decoration that just might bring a bit of the luck o' the Irish your way.


• Hot glue felt shamrocks to the other side of the wreath. Insert a quilter pin to hold in place.
• Place another set of shamrocks on top of the first set to hide the quilter pins. Hot glue in place.
• Note: 7 shamrocks, two different colors, two different textures (4,3) were used in this configuration. You can use the same or different shamrocks according to your personal preference and taste.

St. Patrick's Day Luck o' the Irish Wreath. Dress up your front door for St Patty's day with this easy to make St. Patrick's Day wreath door decoration. This is a fast, inexpensive wreath decoration that just might bring a bit of the luck o' the Irish your way.


• Make a bow (or use a premade one), and using quilter pins and hot glue, adhere it to the wreath between the balls and shamrocks.
• Cut down the sparkly fill leaves and insert a few behind the balls. You are trying to hide any holes, as well as give some texture and the appearance of flow (outward). Use quilter pins + hot glue to secure in place.

St. Patrick's Day Luck o' the Irish Wreath. Dress up your front door for St Patty's day with this easy to make St. Patrick's Day wreath door decoration. This is a fast, inexpensive wreath decoration that just might bring a bit of the luck o' the Irish your way.


• Hot glue “gold coins” to the shamrocks and/or wreath and/or bulbs.

St. Patrick's Day Luck o' the Irish Wreath. Dress up your front door for St Patty's day with this easy to make St. Patrick's Day wreath door decoration. This is a fast, inexpensive wreath decoration that just might bring a bit of the luck o' the Irish your way.


• Give the wreath a slight shake to make sure everything is well secured.

St. Patrick's Day Luck o' the Irish Wreath. Dress up your front door for St Patty's day with this easy to make St. Patrick's Day wreath door decoration. This is a fast, inexpensive wreath decoration that just might bring a bit of the luck o' the Irish your way.


• Display door décor as you like!

St. Patrick's Day Luck o' the Irish Wreath. Dress up your front door for St Patty's day with this easy to make St. Patrick's Day wreath door decoration. This is a fast, inexpensive wreath decoration that just might bring a bit of the luck o' the Irish your way.


Yield: 1 wreath

St. Patrick's Day Luck o' the Irish Wreath

St. Patrick's Day Luck o' the Irish Wreath
Find your pot o' gold on this charming St. Patrick's Day door décor wreath! This wreath is meant to be abundant, but not complete around the straw wreath. You, of course, can do what you like. If you do not want any exposed straw, I'd suggest making the balls come up both sides of the wreath (duplicating each side), and then placing the shamrocks and coins at the top.
Active Time 30 minutes
Total Time 30 minutes
Difficulty easy
Estimated Cost 10.00

Materials

  • 14" Straw Wreath
  • 12 Bulbs, assorted size, and color
  • Gold Coins
  • Felt Shamrocks
  • Ribbon for Wreath Wrap
  • Ribbon for Bow (or buy a premade bow)
  • Quilter T-Pins
  • Assorted Glitter Fill (leaves were used)

Tools

  • Scissors
  • Hot Glue
  • Glue Gun
  • Wire Cutters

Instructions

• Unwrap the straw wreath and shake for loose straw. This is best done outside so as to keep your house and work area clean.

• Wrap the wreath with green ribbon (a narrow ribbon was used). Hot glue the ribbon in place on the wreath.

• Layer the baubles (balls):

• Insert a quilting pin into the hanger portion of your bulb (at the top of the ornament cap).

• Insert the pin into the straw wreath, then, dab a dot of hot glue under the ball to more firmly affix it in place.

• Note: the pin is going to anchor across the ball wire hanger and you want to push that quiting pin in sideways to hide the ornament cap (hanger and pin) in the wreath and away from the exterior of the finished wreath product.

• Proceed to attach more bulbs in the same manner. Pay attention to size, texture, and holes. If you want to place some smaller bulbs on top of the larger wreath-adhered bulbs, you can hot glue them to the existing bulbs, and hide those holes. 12 bulbs were used in total on this wreath. You can use more or less according to your personal taste and preferences.

• Once you are finished with your bulbs, take a step back and make certain they are as complete as you would like, and firmly adhered to the wreath.

• Hot glue felt shamrocks to the other side of the wreath. Insert a quilter pin to hold in place.

• Place another set of shamrocks on top of the first set to hide the quilter pins. Hot glue in place.

• Note: 7 shamrocks, two different colors, two different textures (4,3) were used in this configuration. You can use the same or different shamrocks according to your personal preference and taste.

• Make a bow (or use a premade one), and using quilter pins and hot glue, adhere it to the wreath between the balls and shamrocks.

• Cut down the sparkly fill leaves and insert a few behind the balls. You are trying to hide any holes, as well as give some texture and the appearance of flow (outward). Use quilter pins + hot glue to secure in place.

• Hot glue "gold coins" to the shamrocks and/or wreath and/or bulbs.

• Give the wreath a slight shake to make sure everything is well secured.

• Display door décor as you like!

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Wooden Box Bird’s Nest Floral Arrangement

Wooden Box Bird's Nest Floral Arrangement. This adorable little birdie will look so sweet on a side table, fireplace mantel, or as part of a centerpiece! Use an old wooden box (this one is a cigar box), a bird and its nest, and in about 15 minutes you will have an unusual, but lovely, floral piece perfect in any décor!


This adorable little birdie will look so sweet on a side table, fireplace mantel, or as part of a centerpiece! Use an old wooden box (this one is a cigar box), a bird and its nest, and in about 15 minutes you will have an unusual, but lovely, floral piece perfect in any décor!

Wooden Box Bird’s Nest Floral Arrangement

This is a sweet, easy little craft that takes about 15 minutes to make. This is a little birdy nesting in the cigar box. Since it is winter, we went with a winter theme. You could update to a fall or spring theme with a different bird (less sparkly), non-evergreen floral, or just evergreen floral that does not have any embellishments.


Notes:

• You can purchase any of the items for this craft that you may not have on hand at JoAnn, Michaels, or Hobby Lobby

• You can use an old cigar box, or purchase a new one at a craft store. The box also does not specifically have to be a “cigar box”, that is just what we had on hand so used it. You can use any small wooden box with a lid (or without a lid!) that you may have on hand.

• This cigar box is finished. You can also buy unfinished wooden boxes and paint it any color you like, or finish it with a polyurethane.

• This cigar box does not have brackets. The cigar box will stay open once the bird and floral have been inserted. Also note it will never close once the floral foam, bird, and floral have been inserted.

• This is an excellent craft for a small space, or as part of a centerpiece.

• This cigar box craft is versatile – it works in farmhouse décor, mission décor or rustic setting! Use this in a family room, kitchen, or enclosed porch – as I said, it fits in so many styles and places.

Wooden Box Bird's Nest Floral Arrangement. This adorable little birdie will look so sweet on a side table, fireplace mantel, or as part of a centerpiece! Use an old wooden box (this one is a cigar box), a bird and its nest, and in about 15 minutes you will have an unusual, but lovely, floral piece perfect in any décor!


Wooden Box Bird’s Nest Floral Arrangement Materials:

Wooden Box (a cigar box was used in this tutorial)
• Floral Foam (knife to cut it, if necessary)
• 3 Evergreen Floral Picks
• Bird (we used a bird pick)
• Nest
Glue Gun
• Hot Glue Sticks
Wire Cutters

Wooden Box Bird's Nest Floral Arrangement. This adorable little birdie will look so sweet on a side table, fireplace mantel, or as part of a centerpiece! Use an old wooden box (this one is a cigar box), a bird and its nest, and in about 15 minutes you will have an unusual, but lovely, floral piece perfect in any décor!


Wooden Box Bird’s Nest Floral Arrangement Directions:

• Open the wooden box.
• Fit the floral foam inside the wooden box; cut to size if necessary.

Wooden Box Bird's Nest Floral Arrangement. This adorable little birdie will look so sweet on a side table, fireplace mantel, or as part of a centerpiece! Use an old wooden box (this one is a cigar box), a bird and its nest, and in about 15 minutes you will have an unusual, but lovely, floral piece perfect in any décor!


• Hot glue the floral foam to the bottom of the wooden box using a liberal amount of hot glue!!!
• Press the floral foam in place to set.

Wooden Box Bird's Nest Floral Arrangement. This adorable little birdie will look so sweet on a side table, fireplace mantel, or as part of a centerpiece! Use an old wooden box (this one is a cigar box), a bird and its nest, and in about 15 minutes you will have an unusual, but lovely, floral piece perfect in any décor!


Wooden Box Bird's Nest Floral Arrangement. This adorable little birdie will look so sweet on a side table, fireplace mantel, or as part of a centerpiece! Use an old wooden box (this one is a cigar box), a bird and its nest, and in about 15 minutes you will have an unusual, but lovely, floral piece perfect in any décor!


• Fluff the floral evergreen picks, and insert one of them into the foam in the wooden box.

Wooden Box Bird's Nest Floral Arrangement. This adorable little birdie will look so sweet on a side table, fireplace mantel, or as part of a centerpiece! Use an old wooden box (this one is a cigar box), a bird and its nest, and in about 15 minutes you will have an unusual, but lovely, floral piece perfect in any décor!


• Insert the other two evergreen floral picks leaving enough space to place the bird’s nest. You can hot glue to the evergreen picks in place with a small dab of hot glue to secure them firmly.
• In the open spot on the floral foam place your bird’s nest. Hot glue in place.

Wooden Box Bird's Nest Floral Arrangement. This adorable little birdie will look so sweet on a side table, fireplace mantel, or as part of a centerpiece! Use an old wooden box (this one is a cigar box), a bird and its nest, and in about 15 minutes you will have an unusual, but lovely, floral piece perfect in any décor!


• Insert the bird next to the nest, hot glue in place.

Wooden Box Bird's Nest Floral Arrangement. This adorable little birdie will look so sweet on a side table, fireplace mantel, or as part of a centerpiece! Use an old wooden box (this one is a cigar box), a bird and its nest, and in about 15 minutes you will have an unusual, but lovely, floral piece perfect in any décor!


• Fluff the evergreen that is in the wooden box to cover any “holes”.
• That is it! Display as you like.

Wooden Box Bird's Nest Floral Arrangement. This adorable little birdie will look so sweet on a side table, fireplace mantel, or as part of a centerpiece! Use an old wooden box (this one is a cigar box), a bird and its nest, and in about 15 minutes you will have an unusual, but lovely, floral piece perfect in any décor!


Yield: 1

Wooden Box Bird's Nest Floral Arrangement

Wooden Box Bird's Nest Floral Arrangement
This is a sweet, easy little craft that takes about 15 minutes to make. This is a little birdy nesting in the cigar box. Since it is winter, we went with a winter theme. You could update to a fall or spring theme with a different bird (less sparkly), non-evergreen floral, or just evergreen floral that does not have any embellishments.
Active Time 15 minutes
Total Time 15 minutes
Difficulty easy

Materials

  • Wooden Box (a cigar box was used in this tutorial)
  • Floral Foam (knife to cut it)
  • 3 Evergreen Floral Picks
  • Bird (we used a bird pick)
  • Nest

Tools

  • Wire Cutters
  • Hot Glue Gun
  • Hot Glue

Instructions

  1. Open the wooden box.
  2. Fit the floral foam inside the wooden box; cut to size if necessary.
  3. Hot glue the floral foam to the bottom of the wooden box using a liberal amount of hot glue!!!
  4. Press the floral foam in place to set.
  5. Fluff the floral evergreen picks, and insert one of them into the foam in the wooden box.
  6. Insert the other two evergreen floral picks leaving enough space to place the bird's nest. You can hot glue to the evergreen picks in place with a small dab of hot glue to secure them firmly.
  7. In the open spot on the floral foam place your bird's nest. Hot glue in place.
  8. Insert the bird next to the nest, hot glue in place.
  9. Fluff the evergreen that is in the wooden box to cover any "holes".
  10. That is it! Display as you like.

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How to Make Floral Bookends

How to Make Floral Bookends. These decorative bookends are so easy to make! In less than 15 minutes you can make a set of unique bookends to match your room decor or to give as a gift (a great teacher gift!). Highly customizable, these step by step instructions will show you how to make floral bookends for any season, color scheme, or decorating taste.


These decorative bookends are so easy to make! In less than 15 minutes you can make a set of unique bookends to match your room decor or to give as a gift (a great teacher gift!). Highly customizable, these step by step instructions will show you how to make floral bookends for any season, color scheme, or decorating taste.

How to Make Floral Bookends

These super simple to make floral bookends come together quickly. The ones in this tutorial were made with “leftovers”. The glass containers were leftover from wedding decorations, the floral was sitting in a closet for years. This is a great way to use up the odds and ends you have from prior craft projects.

Of course, you can purchase new. My suggestion would be to look in a dollar store for a container. The ones in this tutorial would cost $15 to purchase… there is no need for that! Make sure your containers have some weight to them. If they do not, plan on filling in the spaces that are outside the floral foam with glass or rock weight.

Notes:

• If the inside is not metallic to match the glass exterior (and from a dollar store it probably will not be), you may want to spray paint it before you begin. You can find metalic spray paint at your local hardware store.

• When making these bookends you want the floral to look as similar as possible. It will probably not be exact, but go for “close”.

• You can use any color scheme you like! You can use any season of flowers you like! In this tutorial, geraniums were used. You could also use small hydrangea, Gerber daisies, small sunflowers, etc.

How to Make Floral Bookends. These decorative bookends are so easy to make! In less than 15 minutes you can make a set of unique bookends to match your room decor or to give as a gift (a great teacher gift!). Highly customizable, these step by step instructions will show you how to make floral bookends for any season, color scheme, or decorating taste.


How to Make Floral Bookends Materials:

• 2 alike Glass Containers
Floral Foam
• Bunches of Small Flowers – one small floral, one wispy
Glue Gun
• Hot Glue
Wire Cutters

How to Make Floral Bookends. These decorative bookends are so easy to make! In less than 15 minutes you can make a set of unique bookends to match your room decor or to give as a gift (a great teacher gift!). Highly customizable, these step by step instructions will show you how to make floral bookends for any season, color scheme, or decorating taste.


How to Make Floral Bookends Instructions:

• Cut floral foam to fit inside both of your glass containers. Hot glue each piece of foam in place in each of the glass containers. If you need weight to make the glass container heavier, now is the time to add the glass or rocks.

How to Make Floral Bookends. These decorative bookends are so easy to make! In less than 15 minutes you can make a set of unique bookends to match your room decor or to give as a gift (a great teacher gift!). Highly customizable, these step by step instructions will show you how to make floral bookends for any season, color scheme, or decorating taste.


• Measure your flowers against the glass container. Decide how much of the stem to take off, and clip. This is 2 sets of flowers with leaves, 1 set of leaves.

How to Make Floral Bookends. These decorative bookends are so easy to make! In less than 15 minutes you can make a set of unique bookends to match your room decor or to give as a gift (a great teacher gift!). Highly customizable, these step by step instructions will show you how to make floral bookends for any season, color scheme, or decorating taste.


• Insert the flowers into the foam on a diagonal across the foam. Make sure one side of the flowers is slightly lower than the other side.
• Repeat for the second glass container.

How to Make Floral Bookends. These decorative bookends are so easy to make! In less than 15 minutes you can make a set of unique bookends to match your room decor or to give as a gift (a great teacher gift!). Highly customizable, these step by step instructions will show you how to make floral bookends for any season, color scheme, or decorating taste.


How to Make Floral Bookends. These decorative bookends are so easy to make! In less than 15 minutes you can make a set of unique bookends to match your room decor or to give as a gift (a great teacher gift!). Highly customizable, these step by step instructions will show you how to make floral bookends for any season, color scheme, or decorating taste.


• Clip down wispy flowers to fill the holes. You are measuring short and longer pieces. And everything is in twos as you are trying to make the floral arrangement as close to a duplicate as possible.
• Insert floral into the foam to fill the holes. Tug the floral so it appears to overlap each flower, and all holes are filled in.
• Repeat the process for the second glass container.
• You can hot glue the flowers into the floral foam (we didn’t).

How to Make Floral Bookends. These decorative bookends are so easy to make! In less than 15 minutes you can make a set of unique bookends to match your room decor or to give as a gift (a great teacher gift!). Highly customizable, these step by step instructions will show you how to make floral bookends for any season, color scheme, or decorating taste.


• Tweak the wispy floral pieces to fill in any spaces.

How to Make Floral Bookends. These decorative bookends are so easy to make! In less than 15 minutes you can make a set of unique bookends to match your room decor or to give as a gift (a great teacher gift!). Highly customizable, these step by step instructions will show you how to make floral bookends for any season, color scheme, or decorating taste.


How to Make Floral Bookends. These decorative bookends are so easy to make! In less than 15 minutes you can make a set of unique bookends to match your room decor or to give as a gift (a great teacher gift!). Highly customizable, these step by step instructions will show you how to make floral bookends for any season, color scheme, or decorating taste.


• Display as desired.

How to Make Floral Bookends. These decorative bookends are so easy to make! In less than 15 minutes you can make a set of unique bookends to match your room decor or to give as a gift (a great teacher gift!). Highly customizable, these step by step instructions will show you how to make floral bookends for any season, color scheme, or decorating taste.


• My bookends are quite small – I could probably support 6-7 books without worries. Make sure you add one book at a time to avoid the disaster off too much weight and a sliding bookend!

How to Make Floral Bookends. These decorative bookends are so easy to make! In less than 15 minutes you can make a set of unique bookends to match your room decor or to give as a gift (a great teacher gift!). Highly customizable, these step by step instructions will show you how to make floral bookends for any season, color scheme, or decorating taste.


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DIY Golf Bookends – This fun and charming bookend project is a great craft for a golfer. Whether you are making these delightful bookends to give away, or to add a touch of charm to adorn your own table top or bookshelf, these wonderful DIY Golf Bookends will add style and a sense of whimsy to any home decor.

DIY Graduation Bookmark Memento
Oh, the places you will go… Whether the nostalgia of a hometown, a high school or college campus location or a fond childhood memory spot, this easy DIY bookmark memento will make you smile as you reminisce.


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