Is St. Patrick’s Day one that you decorate for? I’m always decorating for pretty much any of the holidays. I love it. I love finding cute and simple ways to bring the holidays into our home. I think my kids love it too, but if they don’t, I like it anyway, so I’m going to keep doing it. 🙂 This Simple St. Patrick’s Day Garland is so easy to make, you won’t even believe it. I shared this last year on the Core’dinations blog, and today I’m sharing it with you.
This post contains affiliate links.
- Variety of Core’dinations Basics – Patterns (can be found at JoAnn’s Stores)
- Green Baker’s Twine
- Shamrock Embossing Folder
- Corner Chomper
- Hole Punch
- Sand-it Gadget
Cut two of each pattern into a 3″ x 4″ rectangle.
Place each card into the embossing folder.
Roll through the Cuttlebug.
When you pull it out, it will look like this.
Use the corner chomper to round the four corners of each piece.
In each of the top corners, punch a hole with the hole punch.
Use the sand-it gadget to lightly distress the top of each card.
String them all together using the baker’s twine.
Now it’s ready to be hung up!
Put it across your mantel, on a shelf, or anywhere else that you like to hang banners or garlands.
It really is such a simple project, and doesn’t take long to make, but will be the perfect addition to any St. Patrick’s Day decor.Linking up to some of these parties.