Saskatchewan is a great place to be on March 17th; the festivity there is magical. Each house shows their creativity which makes the neighbourhood fascinating.
So, if you are thinking about how to get your home ready for St. Patrick’s Day? Don’t worry about the competitions in your neighborhood; there are various ways of getting into the Irish culture; however, everything does not have to be greenish. Spicing things up with other colors will undoubtedly impress your friends especially when you choose to give your table a St. Patrick’s makeover.
A Bag of Gold
What’s 17th of March without the bag of gold? The good thing about this design is you do not have to go overboard with it. So if you don’t want to fill your with St Patrick’s symbols, a simple green bag with a few gold-plated coins attached to it will do the trick.
Paper Leprechaun Hat
If you are having a party, you can create cute leprechaun hats for your guests and a photo booth; it is a perfect way to indulge your friends. Paper Leprechaun hats can be used as party favors or fun props for your party. You can check out how to make a leprechaun hat here (link: http://www.hgtv.com/design/make-and-celebrate/holidays/how-to-make-a-paper-leprechaun-hat)
Add Green to the Dessert Menu
If you are planning on giving a dinner party at your house, besides the decoration, you can impress your friends with your menu. Simply bake cupcakes to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, but remember to add a dash of green to your desserts. Make cupcakes festive with the fun, printable party circles. With a paper and a craft punch, labels and lollipop you can get it done.
St. Patrick’s Inspired Frame
There are printable, budget-friendly art to integrate to the St. Patrick’s Day spirit into your home. Simply print your templates and place in a favorite frame.
Handmade Paper Clovers
The kids will be more than happy to help you make paper clovers; potted paper clovers are great centerpieces on the dessert table.
Tips: to make a potted clover, you need a terra cotta pot, green cardstock, and skewers.
You can make your burlap wreath; it is as simple as tying a knot. Add glitter to this simple decoration, while a beige burlap fabric is versatile enough to display the wreath all through the year.
Whether you live in a rented apartment, condominium, or you own a house, the above seven designs can get your home ready for St. Patrick’s Day, nonetheless, you can change the décor to silver or gold according to your preference.