Four Ways to Add More Green to Your St. Patrick’s Day
We’re not sure how it happens, but the middle of March approaches and suddenly everyone is adding a little more green to their life and researching their ancestry to find how Irish they are! If you are planning a celebration of St. Patrick’s Day on March 17, here are a few ideas to help bring a bit of cheer.
1.Create a table setting that even your little leprechauns will enjoy.
The hat, garland and gold coins were purchased inexpensively at a dollar store. Combine those with dishes you already own, add a cupcake and you are ready to party!
2. Make a fun wreath for your door with our instructions here.
3. Add strings of white or green mini-lights to your table, mantle or windows.
It’s very simple to add a strand of lights to most any project. For table centerpieces, use battery lights to add drama and sparkle when you don’t want the hassle of a cord.
4. Start your St. Paddy’s Day with a bit o’ green for breakfast.
We love these Shamrock Eggs we found on Pinterest from reluctantentertainer.com. Look for green peppers that most resemble a shamrock. You may even want to pull out your old copy of Dr. Seuss’ “Green Eggs and Ham” and have a little story time.
Try one of these projects for your celebration on March 17 and don’t forget to add the corned beef and cabbage!