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St. Patrick’s Day Crafts February 2020 craft day

It’s already the second month of the year! I can not believe how fast time is going by. We are almost through the dreary winter! Valentine’s Day will be here soon enough, which you all should be prepared to decorate for! And that brings us to St. Patrick’s Day! As I was preparing these crafts I realized that there isn’t much decor options for this holiday. Lucky you! I’ve come up with some great treasures for you to display in your home! Be sure to read to the end, you won’t want to miss out on any of the “lucky charms” available.

St. Patrick’s Day crafts open house
Saturday February 15, 2020
10:00-2:00pm
Orders are due by Midnight,
Friday, February 7th.

You can email orders to: Brandee@fourtheastcraftco.com I will respond and repeat your order back to you to make sure there are no misunderstandings. So be sure to add me to your contacts so you know that I get your order.

Remember, when you bring someone new with you, you get to enter the raffle an extra time!

Lucky 7! Seven options total to choose from. Make sure you check them all out.

#1. Decorative Copper balls Large $10 ea. & Small $7 ea.

These gorgeous copper balls are a great decorative option to add to any display. They look brilliant on their own or grouped in a box, bowl, vase, or jar. The large ball measures approx 3.5″ and the small measures approx 2.5″.
You paint the ball then glue the tacks into place.
Time: approx 1-2 hours
Skill level: beginner

Available in two different color options:

a. Rose Gold
b. Worn penny

When ordering please specify the size you would like as well as the color.

Farmhouse frames!

#2. Farmhouse style Mini frames 5×5 $8 ea or 3 for $20

These are a mini version of our ever popular farmhouse signs. These are great for small homes, apartments, or dorm rooms. They also are great for tiered decor stands. These adorable little signs measure approx 5×5″ and stand on their own.
You paint the frame the color of your choice, antique and stain it, then assemble the print and frame with help.
Time: each frame takes approx 30-45 minutes to complete. (As you make more than one, time decreases)
Skill level: Beginner

Available in 7 different prints: **please specify when placing your order**

  1. March 17
  2. Shamrocks
  3. May your troubles be less
  4. IRISH-ish
  5. 5. I feel lucky
  6. Shake your shamrocks
  7. Lucky

The colors of paint provided for frames are shown below. If you want something different, you’ll need to bring your own.

#3. Farmhouse style St. Patrick’s Day signs $10 each or 3 for $25

What an easy way to bring a pop of green into your home, while decorating at the same time. These signs measure approx. 8×8 inches and stand on their own.
You paint the frame the color of your choice, antique and stain it, glitter-ize your print (if needed), then assemble the print and frame with help.
Time: each frame takes approx 30-60 minutes to complete. (As you make more than one, time decreases)
Skill level: beginner to intermediate

Available in 7 different prints: **please specify when placing your order**
Print options show above with the mini farmhouse frames

  1. March 17
  2. Shamrocks
  3. May your troubles be less
  4. IRISH-ish
  5. 5. I feel lucky
  6. Shake your shamrocks
  7. Lucky

Same frame color options as show above in the mini farmhouse frames.

#4. Mossy Shamrock sign $20

This mossy beauty was a favorite last year. So much so that we wanted to bring it back and let others have the opportunity to make one for themselves. Measuring approx 9×9″ and stands on it’s own. It is great for any shelf, mantle, entry table or even hung on the wall. The mossy shamrock brings some great texture and dimension to the frame.
You paint, sand, and stain the frame and backing pieces, then assemble with assistance. Once assembled you apply the mossy shamrock.
Time: approx 2+ hours
Skill level: intermediate

#5. Pallet Shamrock or Hanging pallet shamrock and base

shamrock only $25
post only $40

**We are going to use this post through out the year for a few different signs**

Shamrock details:

The shamrock is made from pallet wood. It measures approx 17×17″ it can be propped on the floor or porch, can be hung on the wall, or can be made to hang from the hanging post.
You paint, sand, and stain the shamrock.
Time: approx 60-90 mins.
Skill level: beginner to intermediate

Post details:

Heavy duty sturdy post measures approx. 30Wx44H inches with a base that measures approx. 25×25 inches. Post is already painted white.
You antique and stain.
Time: approx. 30-45 minutes to complete (+/- dry time)
Skill level: beginner

#6. Ombre Luck Letters $35

These letters are such a unique display of “Luck”. They are made of rustic pallet wood. Each letter measures approx 7-9″ wide and stand approx. 8-12″ tall. When spread out they span a distance of approx. 33″.
You paint, sand, and stain each letter, glitterize the areas you wish and finish off with a spray of glitter.
Time: approx 2+ hours
Skill level: intermediate

The colors shown will be provided. If you want something different you need to bring your own paint.

#7. Leprechaun Gnomes $15 ea or 3 for $40

Oh My GOSH! These turned out so much better than I imagined! These are by far the funnest to make and watch come to life! I just love them!! Don’t be intimidated by their cuteness or the skill level mentioned. There will be instructions and I will be there to help with everything along the way if you need it.
You stuff, assemble, and accessorize the gnome.
Time: each frame takes approx 45-60 minutes to complete.
Skill level: intermediate to advanced (patience and hot glue gun skills needed)

Available in 3 different options:

**please specify when placing your order** If you order 3, you will receive 1 of each unless you specify otherwise.

  1. Binx
  2. Wickett
  3. Twitch

As you’ve come to the end of the rainbow…I mean blog post and you’ve see a leprechaun or two, and many treasures, it’s time to choose your favorite(s) and reserve your spot today! (or by midnight on the 7th)

Luck o the crafting Irish!

Brandee

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