I have had more fun decorating “all things green” this week. It’s not a color a typically use so it has been quite the challenge. And as always, I’ve been trying to stick to a tight budget. The only BIG splurge was purchasing the silk flowers (50% off) at Hobby Lobby. I needed a minimum of 10 stems to fill the rustic container my hubs made. I’m smiling as I type… “It adds the perfect touch, so money well spent if you ask me!” To see how I painted the green placemats to match the space click here.
I surprised my husband a couple of days ago by finishing the two dining room chairs to the left of our table. We have had them for about 7 months and I just never seem to have time to finish our own personal projects. I’m sure you can relate! Anyway, I had the paint and the fabric already on hand so I just dug in and got it done while he was at work. I’ll share more their makeover and how I got them for FREE in an upcoming post.
Since I was on a mission to stay in the shade of CeCe Caldwell’s Paints ~ Emerald Isle Green Paint, I happened upon these little coins. I couldn’t believe they matched so perfectly and I got the whole lot for just $1.00. They were a “must have”.
I am a collector of pretty napkins. I just can’t help myself. I went to my “napkin cupboard” and found these napkins that had never been opened…YAY!
If you missed how to make the Painted Newspaper Wreath, you can view the tutorial here.
While I was cutting out the pieces to make the St. Patrick’s Day Bunting for the fireplace mantel, I cut out extra four leaf clovers in all different sizes to spread around the table for additional color.
I hope you enjoy decorating your table as much as I did!
Until next time…