St. Patrick's Day Festivities
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Kim's StoryWell, in just a few hours it will be March 17th and so Happy St. Patrick's Day to you and yours.
I thought I would share my Shamrock Tree with you all. I sure have had fun collecting ornaments over the last three years to finally have a fully decorated tree. The smallest shamrock which are made of felt were what I started out with and went from there. I hope you like my St. Patty's Day tree decorated in it's festive green and gold attire.
plenty of festive irish/st. patrick's day ornaments
black cloth for bottom and green netting
white or green lights
kids to help decorate
1So, finally took some pics of my St. Patty's Day tree. I have been collecting ornaments for 3 years now. Each year after St. Patty's day is over I go to the craft stores and buy the ornaments for 50% to 75% percent off. I started out with just the felt shamrocks that you buy for crafts and my sister (Linda) and my nephew Noah helped me decorate them. It was real simple but cute. Now those are still my favorite ornaments especially the ones that Noah did cause the Shamrock's eyes are all crooked. LOL...they are just too cute.
2I wish we could post vertical pictures and not just horizontal pics. So, couldn't get the whole tree in like I would like to.