FFf Eclectic Red Barn: Simple Shamrock Banner

Sunday, March 12, 2017

Simple Shamrock Banner

I don't decorate a lot for St. Patrick's Day but as I was looking for something else and I found some supplies that would make a great shamrock banner - so I did.

This banner went together so quickly and you probably already have all of the supplies to make your own banner.
Eclectic Red Barn: Luck Shamrock banner on fireplace mantel
You could easily modify yours using supplies that you have on hand and they would be great. 

Tutorial for making a Shamrock Banner:
1. Gather your supplies. I used green felt, some green burlap ribbon and some Scrabble tiles. 
Eclectic Red Barn: Supplies for making Shamrock banner

2. I made a paper cutout of a shamrock. Then I cut out equal number of felt and burlap ribbon shamrocks. If you don't have felt or burlap ribbon, you could use colored paper. This would be a great project for kids to do. (Green on the bottom and white on top)

Eclectic Red Barn: Two shamrocks cut: place one on top of the other

3. Once they were all cut, I used some hot glue to secure the burlap one onto the felt one.

Eclectic Red Barn: Shamrocks cut: place one on top of the other

4. Once I had them all glued, I placed a Scrabble tile in the center.  If you don't have scrabble tiles, you could place letter stickers, buttons, beads in the center or leave them plain.

5. I hot glued them onto a piece of jute to hang on my mantel.

Eclectic Red Barn: Shamrock banner on fireplace mantel

I wrote Luck O' Irish, but it is hard to see. Next time I should make the shamrocks larger. There you have it, quick and easy.

Happy St. Patrick's Day!

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