Browsing the "shamrock crafts" Tag

Make a Shamrock from a Toilet Paper Roll

March 2nd, 2012 | by Bonnie Getchell

After posting last week's project, Upcycled Candle Holder into a Mini Easter Basket, I realized I completely skipped over St. Patrick's Day! To get some inspiration, I visited Pinterest. I found an adorable St. Patrick's Day banner tutorial from The Crafting Chicks that I loved! I especially liked the "leaves" of the shamrock that were made from hearts. Then, I remembered a post that I saw on, where they made toilet paper rolls into hearts. Combining the two amazing projects, I came up with toilet paper roll shamrocks!

Five Eco-Friendly St. Patrick’s Day Projects

March 8th, 2011 | by Becky Striepe

St. Patrick's Day is just around the corner. If you've got party plans in the works, why not spice things up with a little bit of DIY action? By focusing on using eco-friendly materials, you can make this the greenest St. Patty's Day party ever

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