Kayla here back on the Cardstock Warehouse Blog and today I’m going to show you how to make a beautiful “Pot O’ Gold Wreath” decor for St. Patrick’s Day.
Let’s get started!
- Cardstock Warehouse Cardstock Papers
- Jellybean Green Pop-Tone 65lb
- Gumdrop Green Pop-Tone 65lb
- Sour Apple Pop-Tone 65lb
- Electronic Cutting Machine
- I'm using a Cricut, but you can use any machine that lets you upload SVGs.
- FREE 4-Leaf Clover SVG
- Click the link, right-click to save, then import the SVG into your die-cutting machine
- Hot Glue Gun
- Gold Plastic Coins
- 10” Grapevine Wreath
- Chunk of floral foam
- Preserved Moss
- Clear Mini Marbles (vase filler)
- 12” dowel
First, you will want to cut out the clover svg in shades of green. I made mine 2” x 2” each and used three shades of green.
Next, I assembled my vase together. I started by hot gluing a chunk of floral foam to the bottom of my vase. I added the clear marbles to the inside of the vase, then added the dowel to the floral foam. (I attached the grapevine wreath after the clovers were attached.)
Once the vase is assembled and the dowel secured, let’s begin assembling the grapevine wreath.
I took the clovers and slightly folded each one up, similar to the shape of a flower bud. I added a small amount of hot glue to the base and adhered it to the grapevine wreath. I did this several times until 2/3 of the wreath was covered. I liked the way part of the grapevine wreath showed, so I stopped there, but you can fill your whole wreath if you prefer.
Want to see the whole process? Check out this video on our YouTube channel!
Lastly, I took the wooden dowel and stuck it up into the center of the grapevine wreath. I secured it with hot glue.
And there we have it, a fun holiday wreath! I staged mine in my home with some vases, a shamrock banner, and some plastic gold coins.
Wishing you all a pot o’ gold and all the joy your heart can hold! Happy St. Patricks’s Day!
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PS- Looking for more inspiration? Find all of our St. Patrick's Day blogs here!