Thursday, March 5, 2015

St. Patrick's Day Tree 2015

My little St. Patrick's Day Tree is always a work in progress and this year it is a 30" fiber optic tree I picked up on Christmas clearance. The changing colors remind me of a rainbow... rainbow... leprechauns... pot of gold... anyone??? Well, that's my story this year anyway:@) The Hershey ~Kiss Me I'm Irish~ Leprechaun adds a nice burst of orange to the topper and the goal is to add some orange ball ornaments next year.

This glass ornament leprechaun on a pot of gold was from Macy's for pennies after Christmas clearance a few years ago. 
Posts for: beaded shamrocks HERE, yo-yo shamrocks  HERE, ribbon shamrocks HERE,
crochet shamrocks HERE and Hershey Kiss Shamrocks HERE.
It's good to have options:@)

 I loved this greedy little guy the minute I saw him on Pintrest HERE. My suggestion/contribution to the project is rolling his hands and feet.

Gotta say my (wee bit o' Irish) eyes are smiling...

These buttons were at Walmart last year and I decided they'd make fun ornaments. 
I'll leave you with... 
Happy St. Patrick's Day planning:@)

21 comments:

  1. You know I'm loving your St. Patty's tree. It's so festive. Cheers to a fellow year-round holiday tree lover!!

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  2. Your family has to smile when they see your St. Paddy's Day tree when they come for Sumday dinner! Fiber optic anything just adds a special sparkle in the evening. You've decorated your tree with such a flair with homemade fun, Lynn. Thanks for sharing all your decorations with us. I'm wondering if you'll use the same tree for Easter? The white is a good choice for so many other holidays.
    Enjoy your day!

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  3. Kiss me I'm Irish and love this tree!

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  4. This is making me want corned beef and cabbage--and green beer!

    Best,
    Bonnie

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  5. Your tree is adorable Lynn and so is that pin. I was reading a novel yesterday and the main characters were celebrating St. Patrick's Day in an Irish pub and ended up "stumbling" home.
    Sam

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  6. It sure brightens up your home for the month of March. Enjoy your day my friend! I'm going to look at those deviled eggs! Hugs!

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  7. So friggin cute Lynn! I have been dragging around this gloomy morning, depressed about yet another approaching winter storm that has closed everything in this city, and you have put a jig in my step with this fabulously fun tree! Your crafted ornaments look so adorable with all the other wonderful decorations you've found~ Love the Get Ready to Stumble! Thank you so much for the giggles!! Hope your snowy day is not a problem~
    Jenna

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  8. hahah.. lets get ready to stumble. The tree looks adorable!!!!

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  9. You are so creative, Lynn! Your tree is so much fun and brought a smile to my face :)

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  10. laughing at the button. :) so cute.

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  11. It just gets cuter and cuter! I just love the glass leprechaun! You are always so fun! This would be a bright spot in the house and what memories you are creating!

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  12. Your tree is adorable! I enjoyed seeing your creativity once again, Lynn! :)

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  13. Cute, all 30" of it! Trying to get my green together here so I can join Kathleen's party.

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  14. That's an adorable little tree..love the white and green.
    I always join Kathleen's party so I need to get it in gear....:)

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  15. So cute Lynn, and that's no blarney! Love the fiber optic and rainbow effect of your tree :)

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  16. Hi Lynn, I spotted this last night on my blogroll, but ran out of time for visiting before I went to bed. I'm so glad you've shared this -- I LOVE it!!! This is one of the cutest,non-Christmas, holiday trees I've seen. Love the glass ornament from Macy's, and the crocheted shamrocks are wonderful (I NEED to learn to crochet). :) The pipe-cleaner leprechaun you showed is darling -- I can see why you wanted to make him, and the garland just brings everything together on the tree. Now, you can enjoy it all for the month of March. :-D

    Have a great weekend, Lynn!

    Cheers,

    Denise at Forest Manor

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  17. SO fun, Lynn!! Lots of treasures on this St. Patrick's Day tree :)

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  18. Hi L.! Lots of green stuff here! Don't forget to link one of these up tomorrow night for the crawl! 7th one!

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