Saturday, February 21, 2015

Easy St. Patrick's Day Tree Skirt

It's time to start thinking about changing out the hearts to clovers... no blarney:@) I bought this fabric years ago to make a table runner and had enough left over for a little St. Patrick's Day Tree Skirt. While I kept it very simple the idea I wanted to share was adding a little fringy bling to the edge with shiny garland. This one was from The Dollar Tree, but there are different ones to choose from in the craft stores, etc. I just hand sewed it to the edge of the skirt.

Since this skirt is for table top trees, and I was limited by the amount of fabric I had left over, it's about 17" across.
 Maybe I'll work on decorating the tree today, sounds like a good project for another snowy Saturday:@)

Stay warm and have a happy day!

11 comments:

  1. This is cute and green bling! I don't do a St Pat's tree.

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  2. This is so cute, Lynn! I love that you do a tree for all the different holidays. St. Patrick's Day has always been one of my favorites; it's just so cheerful somehow. Maybe it's because we know that most of winter is behind us by then. Decorating that tree today sounds like a great idea to me. :) Have a great weekend, my friend!

    Hugs,

    Denise at Forest Manor

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  3. Pretty fabric and you always decorate the cutest trees.
    Sam

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  4. I look forward to seeing how your tree is decorated. We are pretty much snowed in today so I got my St. Patrick's Day decorations out to decorate the mantel.

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  5. that's too cute. you are a holiday-lovin' fool! :)

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  6. Your tree skirt turned out great, Lynn. I can't wait to see how you decorate it.
    I hope you see my comment because all mine are coming back as failed messages. I don't know if it's a blogger problem, google problem or what.
    Anyway, enjoy your time decorating your 🍀 tree!

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  7. Love your shiny clover fringe on your tree skirt Lynn! I was just thinking yesterday it was almost Guinness season :)

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  8. Love that fabric! The garland adds the perfect festive touch! Can't wait to see the tree again this year!

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  9. Oh that's cute Lynn! I feel like the holidays are coming faster and faster! But you've gotten me in the mood! Love the blingy fringe!
    Jenna

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  10. Your house must be so festive! I don't think I own one single St. Patty's decoration---I need to get on my Irish!!!

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