March 10, 2017

National Craft Month Series: St. Patrick’s Day Rainbow Wreath

Posted by Jennifer Perkins in Home Decorating with Treetopia

Rainbow wreath for St. Patrick's Day

Finally, the moment we have been waiting for all rainbow week long. Stitched Storage, Soap Pops, Unicorn Flair, and Door Mats were all leading up to this moment – my St. Patrick’s Day rainbow wreath. Feast your eyes people! Rainbows rule and this Treetopia Colorburst Rainbow Wreath proves it!

Clearly, a rainbow wreath is awesome without a thing added to it. I just was not sure people would get my St. Patrick’s Day – pot of gold at the end of rainbow theme without a little decor.

SUPPLIES

  • Treetopia Colorburst Rainbow Wreath
  • Gold coins
  • Green plastic bucket
  • Decorative St. Patrick’s Day trim
  • Utility scissors
  • Hot glue and hot glue gun

Cutting your green bucket in half.

If you are able to find a green bucket to act as your “pot of gold”, use utility scissors to cut in half. This will make attaching the bucket to your wreath a lot easier. You can use terra-cotta pots, paint an old Halloween pumpkin green – be creative!

Adding coins to your rainbow wreath.

Using a hot glue gun, attach the bucket to your wreath. I opted to add the green bucket to the green section of the wreath to keep the rainbow going. Also, using your hot glue gun, attach a variety of gold coins as if they are coming out of your bucket.

Rainbow wreath for St. Patrick's Day.

Feel free to add other decorative elements to the wreath. I opted to weave some shiny shamrock garlands into the colorful branches.

Rainbow wreath on a gallery wall.

All that is left to do is hang and enjoy. Oh, and who said wreaths only go on doors? I think mine looks pretty amazing on the gallery wall. What do you think?

Pop on over to www.jenniferperkins.com for more crafty ideas!

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