Sometimes St. Patrick's Day decor can be a little crazy for me. Don't get me wrong – I love green stuff and sparkles in general. But I try not to go completely glitter nuts-o for every holiday . . . sometimes I like to do things a bit more subtly. Such is the case with my St. Patrick's Day wreath for this year. I decided to make it simple and modern and easy to create. And I thought you'd probably appreciate that too. Here's how I did it!
Gather These Supplies
- 12″ wreath form
- Green fabric of your choice – scraps work too
- Mod Podge Gloss
- Four wood hearts
- One small wood circle
- Green acrylic paint
- White acrylic paint (optional)
- Craft glue
Grab your wreath form. They come in a few different colors and sizes. When I went, they didn't have a white one, so I ended up having to paint mine – this is because cotton fabrics (when decoupaged) sometimes end up not looking as bright or bold because the color of the wreath form dulls them down. My fabric was a bit thin so I took this extra measure just in case!
When the entire thing is covered with fabric, let it dry for 15 – 20 minutes and then coat the entire wreath and fabric with Mod Podge.