The glass block is now “wearing the green!” I filled it with pale green, glass stones and propped 2 cookie cutters inside. I used some quilting material as a background. This time, I wrapped the copper lights around the outside of the glass block. I love the way the light filters through the glass stones!
Though tired of the snow decorations, but I displayed my Irish Snowman. He is standing guard at the end of my hallway. (There is also snow on the welcome mat, but it has Cardinals on it and my husband is an avid St. Louis Cardinal’s fan. That Christmas mat will probably stay there until Easter!)
The spring towels alternate with green towels. I couldn’t resist pinning on the mouse hiding behind a Shamrock!
A touch of yellow is in most of my St. Patrick’s Day vignettes. There is yellow in the material in the runner on the kitchen table. I added a yellow ribbon to the black candlestick to bring out that color. The Irish sleeve garter fits snugly around my flameless candle.
Of course, we need lights! I wrapped the cord around the lighted Shamrock to attach it to my new wreath. The green and white lights would only go around one window, but they light up the wreath.
On the front door is the wooden wreath I made last year. It changed every month after that! My tip for the week is to look through your fabrics and ribbons when you are decorating. You can use fabric as a runner or as a background.
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