Friday, March 13, 2015

Signs of Spring from the #SCBH2015, Favorites from week 4

There is still time to link-up your St. Patrick's Day crafts to the Spring Craft Blog Hop! This is the final weekend for the current Spring Craft Blog Hop! The current Hop closes on March 17, and will re-open on March 18th with a new link-up including Easter crafts and continuing on the general spring theme. Thanks to My Pinterventures for organizing and all the other hosts for making this link-up party so successful!

Lots of shamrocks in this Signs of Spring Round-Up, featuring crafts from the #SCBH2015

I promised I would feature more St. Patrick Day crafts this week, and it wasn't hard to find some amazing projects. Creating these round-ups has been a breeze, because I already start out with great content linked up thanks to all of you! Lots of shamrocks in this round-up today, to bring you plenty of Irish Luck!

Laurie has such talent with her embossed metal projects. To add a touch of green, she painted them with alcohol inks, so clever! I love alcohol inks, and look forward to sharing how I use them in a future project.
I have fond memories of my grandmother creating art using cross-stitch, and this tiny shamrock is adorable. It could be the perfect little pop of green that your St. Patrick's Day outfit needs, or attach it to a jar filled with green treats!
A great activity for young kids, made from just a few craft items! These stamps would make great cards for teachers or grandparents. So smart to add a clothespin to create a sturdier handle.
Sarah created this simple decoration with scrapbook paper and buttons to create a beautiful jarful of cheerful shamrocks. A perfect piece for the whole month of March!
Kim over at Made in a Day created not one, but two lovely printables for you to decorate your home for St. Patrick's Day. No special paper needed, this chalkboard look is right in the design!
Link up your crafts and d├ęcor ideas to the Spring Craft Blog Hop
Be sure to visit these featured bloggers and say hello! What are your St. Patrick's Day plans?


  1. Thanks so much for featuring my St. Patrick's Day Chalk Art! I'll be sharing!

  2. Thank you Renee for the feature! Looking forward to seeing your alcohol ink project! Have a great weekend!


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