A lucky shamrock planter for St. Patrick’s Day.

I don’t usually do much to decorate for St. Patrick’s Day, and this year with Easter coming along 2 weeks later, I really didn’t want to put much effort (or money) into it.  So how about this?  A quick and easy St. Patty’s project using weeds and rocks from your yard.  Can’t get much cheaper than that, right? ha!

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Step 1: go out in your yard and find a little patch of clover.
Step 2: dig it up and pop it into a little container or planter of some kind.

Step 3: grab some nice green sheet moss (which you should always have on hand)
Step 4: tuck it around the clover.

Give it a nice drink and while the clover perks up, find a nice smooth stone.
Step 1: paint it gold and let it dry.
Step 2: grab a paint pen or a Sharpie and write Lucky on it.

I initially used a white paint pen, but it wasn’t visible enough for me, so I went over it with a Sharpie.

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That’s the extent of my St. Patty’s Day decor this year.  Easy, cheap and cute!
How do you decorate for the wearin’ of the green?


  1. says

    Love this! Clover and moss I got!!

    I do just a little St. Patty’s decorating–write “Erin go bragh” on my chalkboard paint and a few things like that. And one of my favorite touches is very much like yours–I spray paint rocks gold and use them as hurricane globe filler. (They also make great pirates’ gold–my boys loved this when they were little!) I have a St. Patrick’s Day board on Pinterest, and I’m pinning this post to it! :)

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