Are you adding some St. Patrick’s Day Decor to your home? I’ve added a few pieces, but I’m going with a simple look this year. This Dollar Store St. Patrick’s Day Tulips and Shamrocks Centerpiece is budget friendly and easy to put together.
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This month’s dollar store divas blog hop is all about budget friendly St. Patrick’s Day crafts and decor. I love teaming up with blogging friends to share great crafts and DIY projects with you.
We hope to inspire you to craft and create with us and we look forward to seeing you on the third Friday of every month for all things Dollar Store.
Tulips & Shamrocks Centerpiece for St. Patrick’s Day
Dollar Store shopping is great for creating decor pieces that are seasonal. I don’t like to spend much money for decor that’s only going to be displayed for a month, but I do like to add seasonal decor. That’s where dollar store decorating comes in!
I used the metal pail for a centerpiece for a Casual Easter Tablescape last year. I found it at my local Goodwill.
For a St. Patrick’s Day Centerpiece, I replaced the flowers I used last year with white tulips that I purchased at a dollar store. I added filler sand and beads that were purchased at Dollar Tree to the pail to hold the flowers in place.
The tulips are spaced out first in a circular pattern and then filled in the middle of the pail.
I bought several St. Patrick’s Day scarves at Dollar Tree that I’m using for a couple of crafts, like this easy small wreath for a simple vignette.
One of the scarves is used as a collar for the pail. It’s folded and tucked inside of the pail.
I had a few shamrocks with glittery accents that I purchased at Dollar Tree a couple of years ago. I didn’t want this centerpiece to be sparkly though, so I painted two of them with green DecoArt acrylic paint. To add them to the pail, I hot glued them to wooden skewers.
When I added the shamrocks, I decided I didn’t like having the wood of the skewers show. I gave the skewers a light coat of green paint so that they would blend in better. I added an additional shamrock that I found in my craft stash to the center of the arrangement. It’s also hot glued to a skewer.
One more small shamrock is glued to the pail. Using items I had on hand along with dollar store items kept the cost of this St. Patrick’s Day Tulips and Shamrocks Centerpiece low.
It’s a simple way to add a little luck o’ the Irish to my casual breakfast nook table setting that I’ll be sharing on the blog soon.
Supply List for Tulips and Shamrocks Decor
- Metal Pail
- Dollar Store St. Patrick’s Day Scarf
- Dollar Store Tulips
- Dollar Store Shamrocks
- Sand Filler
- Paint & Brushes
- Wood Skewers
- Hot Glue
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