This is a super easy project that you can pull together with dollar store supplies. I did this one up in less than an hour. Here is a list of things you will need to round up
- Round Wicker wreath
- Beaded Necklaces
- Felt Shamrock Banner
- St. Patrick Day Hat Headband
- Hot Glue Gun and Glue Sticks
These beads came in a double strand with green and gold. Make sure you get the kind where the beads are fixed and don’t fall off if you cut the strand. Start with one set of beads, I started with the dark green ones. Run them along the ribs of the wicker and glue them with your hot glue gun. Choose a spot, cut your piece to length, and then secure it down with glue.
I did all of the green beads first
And then add your second strand, mine were gold.. It’s already looking kind of cool 🙂 You could just put it up like this if you want.
It looks nicer if you run them along the wicker ribs, instead of just wrapping them. So you will be cutting up your strands.
Next we add some shamrocks for good measure. This shamrock garland came with the shamrocks interlinked, so I just snipped the shamrocks apart. Just place them wherever you like. I went with a bit less, but you could add more of them if you want. After I was all done I hung it on the wall, and then added in a couple more here and there. Whatever makes you happy 🙂 Just a small dab of glue on the center of each piece will do.
Top It Off
Then to top it off we add a wee Irish cap. Honestly this little headband was the reason for the whole project. I saw this hat and decided to build something around it. You just need to remove the headband portion. Just snip the holders off, and remove the headband. If it’s glued down, be careful not to rip the hat.
Attach the hat with your glue gun. Position the hat while the wreath is hanging so that it doesn’t make the wreath sit crooked. And that’s it. One Shamrock wreath completed! Hopefully this shamrock wreath will bring a bit of luck ‘o the Irish to your home.
Super easy huh? And it’s a pretty cute! Not too o’er the top. I’m working on some more seasonal wreaths for you, so come back and see what I come up with
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