Happy Birthday Pap paw!!!!
We do all sorts of things to get in the spirit. Last night we made chocolate covered pretzel rods for the kids to share at school (naturally they are green). Everyone will be decked out in his or her best green attire, the girls will have green fingernails and we’ll be making our rainbow cake today. I’m sure I’ll awake to a messy kitchen Thursday morning. That mischievous Leprechaun comes in through the night and turns things up side down! Last year he spilled “Lucky Charm” cereal all over the place.
I decorate as much for Saint Patrick’s Day as I do for any other holiday. Most of the house is coated is something green.
Here’s a new decoration I added to the collection this year.
I stated with a plate, chalkboard contact paper, a pattern of a clover and some leftover (post-Christmas discount) ribbon.
The image I found for the clover was fuzzy after being enlarged, so I had to trace around the edge to get a better image.
Then I cut it out and traced it onto the contact paper. Once I had the contact paper cut out I positioned the chalkboard clover on the plate. I used some hot glue to attach a piece of ribbon to the back of the plate and…