I’ve put the finishing touches on my fun St. Patrick’s Day Tablescape. It’s a mixture of DIY projects, dollar store items, and some items I had on hand. It all came together for a festive tablescape. I’m ready for a little luck of the Irish with this St. Patrick’s Day Tablescape with Napkin Fold & DIY Coasters.
I love to find ways to make coasters that will match a tablescape. As I was sorting through my craft stash, I found a package of wooden discs. I think I probably purchased them to make Christmas ornaments, but that never got done. I found a fun way to put them to use.
St. Patrick’s Day Coasters
Laminated Burlap (Felt could also be used)
Ploycrylic Spray Sealer
Paint wood discs with craft paint.
Trace circles onto a sheet of laminated burlap. Cut to fit the wood discs. Hot glue to the underside of the disc.
Add shamrock stickers.
Spray with Polycrylic sealer.
Add Washi tape to rim.
Making these only took a few minutes and since I had everything I used for them on hand, there was zero new dollars spent for the project. Make sure to use a sealer to protect them from water marks.
I’ve seen variations of a clover napkin fold on Pinterest. I watched a few videos and got the basic fold down. There are a few different ways to make these. Stiffer, thicker napkins will give you a different look, but the thick green ones I had were much too dark for this spring like table setting. I opted to use this other set of green napkins I have even though they are thinner.
St. Patrick’s Day Napkin Fold
Gold Napkin Rings (Party City)
Gold Coins (Dollar Tree)
Add two shamrock stickers to napkin ring.
Gather napkins, stickers, gold discs, & napkin rings.
Lay square napkin flat.
Fold edges inward to form a triangle.
Flip napkin over.
Fold edges inward to form a triangle.
Untuck the cloth from edges.
Gather center points and add ring.
Fold each section of napkin to give it a full look.
Top with gold coin.
It takes a few tries to get the napkin to cooperate, but after that, they are pretty easy to fold.
St.Patrick’s Day Breakfast Nook Tablescape
I started with a blank tabletop and layered in a runner and burlap chargers. The shamrock runner is a scarf that I bought at the Dollar Tree. I used another one for my St. Patrick’s Day Wreath. These chargers are ones that I use for lots of my breakfast nook tablescapes.
I added my Leprechaun Hat Centerpiece to the center of the scarf.
I’m using my fine china for this one! No, not really! I’m using white dinner plates that I bought a few years ago at the Dollar Tree along with some plastic bread plates, trimmed in green and gold that I bought at Party City.
I added a Candy Favor Mini Stein at each place setting. The green glasses are a great look for this. They also came from the Dollar Tree. My gold flatware works well for this tablescape.
I bought these little leprechaun figurines at -yep, you guessed it – the Dollar Tree.
The final touch for each place setting was the napkin.
I had fun putting this St. Patrick’s Day Tablescape with Napkin Fold & DIY Coasters together. I always like adding some diy projects in with others.
I’m all set for St. Patrick’s Day in this part of our house. I’m keeping the dining room clear of St. Patrick’s Day decor because Easter comes so early this year. I’m ready to get started on some pastel Easter decor for that room.
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We’ll be sharing at lots of these great parties!
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