At Modernize we are all about do-it-yourself whenever possible and while decorations for a holiday like St. Patrick’s Day are probably not a priority in your monthly budget, there are plenty of ways to get green and festive without spending much of your precious gold!
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You probably already have some candles and vases on hand so grab a bag of split peas at the grocery store for $1.50 and create this unique St. Patty’s Day centerpiece.
Lucky Penny Mantle Decoration
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Grab a glue gun and some letters from the craft store (or cut them out of cardboard), clean out your junk drawer of all those pennies you never use and get to crafting.
This is a really fun project to do with a child as well – they can arrange the pennies on the letters while you man the hot glue gun.
Bring a little lucky charm to your yard with this simple project that will be fun and easy for all ages. You can paint rocks to look like rainbows, go crazy with glitter or even write lucky messages on a few stones.
Leprechaun Hat Place Card Holders
Planning a St. Patty’s Day Party? These place card holders will be an adorable addition to your dinner table. Just grab a few clay pots from your garden shed, some green paint and a few embellishments and you will quickly personalize your dinner party in a festive way.
St. Patty’s Day Banner
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Are you a sucker for banners and bunting? We love this simple and understated St. Patty’s Banner for sprucing up a wall of mantle in your home. This one is surprising simple to create as well. All you need is some festive paper, ribbon and glue.
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by Bryn Huntpalmer