I hope it's a happy one for you!
I did not want to get out of bed this morning, but I've managed so far.
I just wanted to share my St. Patrick's Day shelf with y'all.
I've had part of it up there for a couple of weeks.
I knew I wanted to put some subway art up there, but kept forgetting.
I finally remembered! YAY!
So here's the completed project!
I'm digging it. :) So, as always let's break it down.
I made the little green candle holder the same way I always do. :)
I podged the fabric onto a a little votive holder.
The fabric I used is actually part of a sheet I bought at the goodwill. It's a toddler sheet that I'm going to use to make an apron. :) Can't beat $2 for over a yard of fabric.
I also tried to make the green not as bright by mixing mod podge and brown acrylic paint together.
I needed a little more height on the left and found that pillar candle in my kitchen.
It was a gift from my brother and his wife.
I got this lovely subway art from eighteen25!
They do subway art for almost every holiday.
I used one of my trusty black target frames and some Bazzill polka dot card stock for the background.
You've seen this K before.
Gotta let folks know who's house they're in. :)
I got these books from my father-in-law.
They're pretty special.
The little brown one was one of Charlie's grandmother's English II books.
It has notes in the margin and looks like it was published in the 1920's!
I love that I didn't have to buy anything for this project.
I just used stuff I had around the house!
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