So they say everyone is Irish on St. Patrick’s Day- and I think it is true! I know that every year, on St. Patrick’s Day, when my girls’ were growing up, we found that a leprechaun had visited during the night, and turned all the milk in our house green! And one year he left a batter to make green pancakes! So fun! I miss those days!
My project today is a super quick, cute banner for St. Patrick’s Day.
Here’s a quick “how to” – I started with Fancy Foil Gold Vellum and my Big Shot – and cut out 5 banner shapes. I also did this with crumb cake card stock using the next larger banner shape. (note- if you don’t have a Big Shot or these framelits, you can easily create this shape and hand cut them for the base of the banner – but you know what I say – “every home should have a Big Shot!” lol!)
I used the Sweetheart Punch and Garden Green cardstock and punched 15 hearts – three for each shamrock.
To finish the banner, I simply punched holes along the top – and threaded Gold Bakers Twine throughout.
I used small clothespins to attach my banner to this cute basket in my studio, The Bee Spot – for a little St. Patrick’s Day display!
Quick, easy and cute! Below are the products used in my banner-
you can order them via my online store by clicking on any image!
Lovely Laura! I need some more St Patrick's Day ornaments for my Holiday Tree. These will be perfect!! Thank You! Besides your adorable banner they will also make some very special cards for this St Patrick's Day. TFS… Barb
Hi Barb – you are welcome! Glad you like my banner! I think it is fun!