A Touch of Irish

Shamrock fabric folded and draped over the back of the chair.

Shamrock fabric folded and draped over the back of the chair.

You don’t have to go out and buy a bunch of decorations for each holiday. Just be creative with the items you have on hand. This fabric was folded and used to line a shelf a few years ago, see here.

Shamrock bowls on homemade table runner.

Shamrock bowls on homemade table runner.

I purchased the fabric to make this table runner. I planned on making a much longer one for my dining table and still haven’t got around to it. The glass rocks were used on an Easter centerpiece earlier, see here.

Cookie cutters in votive cup.

Cookie cutters in votive cup.

I put more glass rocks in a votive cup to keep my cookie cutters upright. I do have a set of three Shamrocks that I use in different places. This small one was tucked in a basket.

Shamrock ribbon on black lantern.

Shamrock ribbon on black lantern.

Sometimes all you need is just a piece of ribbon to dress up an item you are already displaying. I remember one year I used a bowl of potatoes as a centerpiece, see here.

It’s time for your home to be wearing a little green!

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