Monday, March 14

DIY St. Patrick's Day Table

With St. Patrick's Day just a few days away, I thought it was a good time to share this adorable table from Sarah at Sheek Shindigs. Sarah is a master at creating a fabulous party table on a budget. With her DIY tricks and projects, simple recipes and great tutorials, she makes it easy for us all to recreate her fun ideas in just a matter of hours.


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Sarah uses what she has lying around the house and a few easy, DIY projects to make a super fun holiday table that people of all ages can enjoy. Starting with a white tablecloth and some green dishes her grandmother gave her a few years back, Sarah sets the stage for some Leprechaun fun. I love the use of colorful gumballs in glass jars and all of the rainbow printables she used from a FREE download at Love the Day. Sarah also used some shamrock printables she designed (and in her Etsy shop) for the cute, jello picks.


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And speaking of jello..... don't you just love this? So easy and quick and inexpensive, too! Sarah has a tutorial at Sheek Shindigs if you'd like to try this one yourself.


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Simple clementines with rainbow flags propped up on snow cone holders add an easy and colorful element to the table. This is a great idea for a placecard holder as well.


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Sarah makes her own adorable napkin rings using strips of ribbon in rainbow colors
and shows us all how to do it in a few simple steps.

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Wrapping the ribbons around a green and white dot napkin and adding a printable shamrock topper completes the festive look.


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Sarah also makes an easy favor bag using a green paper sack (found at a local craft store),
some ribbon and a shamrock printable circle.


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These snack bags are another great idea from Sarah's table. No more dipping your own pretzels in melted chocolate.... Sarah makes good use of the pre-dipped white chocolate pretzels that can be found just about everywhere these days and adding a little holiday color with some green candy coating melted and drizzled on top. Put them in a cello bag, tie a little ribbon on top, and in minutes you've got a sweet St. Patrick's Day treat.

Be sure to visit Sheek Shindigs for all of the details and quick tutorials from Sarah's holiday table, and you, too, can put together a fun table in just a few hours.
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4 comments:

JC's Loft said...

Cute tablescape!

Paula

Sheek Shindigs said...

Thanks so much for the feature! Happy St. Patrick's Day!

A Festive Touch said...

So cute! Great job!!

Elle Belles Bows said...

Adorable!!

Love the napkin rings!

Kerri

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