Monday, February 28, 2011

St Patrick's Day Decor

The day after Valentine's Day, I started planning for St. Patricks Day and
to use my latest find from Goodwill.

I recently got this picture frame for $2 at my Goodwill. I  promptly came home and spray
painted it a cream color.

And used a couple of Dollar Tree picture frames and added scrapbook paper and a cute picture of a girl with her dog..

Another frame that I got at Goodwill awhile ago that I spray painted green and added some scrapbook paper and a great subway art(sorry I can't remember who made this).

Most of my Cherished Treasures came from Goodwill. One day I happened to hit the jackpot and got a bunch of them for $5 each!

These glittery flowers came from Dollar Tree..

I stuck them into this planter (also from Goodwill). I have the best Goodwill but have to stay away because it's always full of great things and my house overflows as it is!

The picture frame is also from my Goodwill and the subway art comes from Eighteen25,
they have the cutest subway art around!

This cute little shamrock hanging came from Hobby Lobby.

This shamrock was suppose to be a pick but when I unpacked it from the box, the stick got broken off.
Did you say throw it away? Hush, it's still good!

And here's my St. Patrick's Day wall...
Can you believe that it's almost March?

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Linking to these parties...


Deneen@dreaming-n-color said...

I love the green and white! You did a great job!

Jane @ Jane's Junk and Treasures said...

Great find a Good Will.
They are building a Dollar Tree here!
I'll have to check it out! Cute stuff!

Ricki Treleaven said...

Still laughing at Keep Calm and Shamrock On! Too, too CUTE!!!!

Katherine said...

Looks great- I love green and white, it just feels like spring! I'm with you on that pick- why throw it out when you can still use it!

Emily said...

Love the frame, what a great find! Everything is super cute!

Jennifer said...

Stopping by from BNOTP. I don't usually decorate for St. Patty's Day with the exception of my wreath and flag out front. I like this though. It's very simple yet the addition of green is so fresh! I love the picture of the little girl. Did you find her online? Thanks for sharing, you just inspired me to do a little St. Patty's Decorating. :)
Scissors & SPatulas

Kindra-At Home With K said...

I love all your Goodwill treasures!! The frame with the great detail is my favorite. You reminded me to get out a little St. Patty's decor out before it's over! Thanks for linking up today at Terrific Under Ten!

Lindy@Itsy Bitsy Paper said...

I love this display. It all works so nicely together!

Welcome to the Garden of Egan said...

That is so darling!!! Love the style.

I came over from tipjunkie.

Paula@SweetPea said...

It's so fun to see St. Patrick's decor. I can't believe it's actually March.

Thanks so much for visiting me and for following. I'm following you back. I love to meet a new blogging friend!

AllieMakes! said...

LOVE your vignette! Shamrock looks better without the pick, anyways :)!

Hollie Joy In The Morning said...

Love your St. Pat's day collection with the white~perfect combo!

Hello Jessica Lynn said...

Very neat decor!

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Honey I'm Home Blog said...

I've been decorating for St. Patty's Day as well & it's not easy! Great job. And I love the photo of the little girl.

Warmly, Michelle

Anonymous said...

Love all the frames you have here, and you have some good luck at Goodwill, girl! :-) Thanks for linking up!

Jessa said...

Green is such a hard color to decorate with but you have done it beautifully!

Thanks for sharing this to the St. Patrick's day party!


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