Use heavy weight cardstock to print onto and the highest quality settings on your printer. Instead of twine you can use yarn or thread.
1 Print and cut out your shapes
2 Using a thick needle, poke two holes about 1 inch apart on the top of each shape
3 Use twine to thread through the holes of each shape
4 Organize and space each shape out however you wish and hang for the season
Ignore the horrid state of my walls. They’re over 100 years old whatcha gonna do? (aside from sand them down..)
What’s your favourite thing about St Patty’s day?
Reb - The Life Nostalgic says
THIS IS SO CUTE!!!!
what a cute idea. thanks for the printable! so glad i found your blog today.
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Printed and ready for cutting! What did you use to design these?
Punctuation Mark says
I looooove St Pattys!!!!
Thanks everyone I’m glad you like it! <3
Lianne: I drew them, scanned them in then used illustrator to edit/colour it in. p.s., I have gotten your e-mail but I'm awful at replying. I will get to it!
No worries. I know you’ve been busy with report cards plus all the other things you get up to! Like drawing cute garlands… 🙂
So I guess St. Patrick’s Day is still a couple weeks away, but I put the garland up anyway! I added some glitter outlines to the pieces too – couldn’t help it!
Tan, this is just adorable! I love those pots of gold. Hope you’re having a relaxing weekend!