The title of this post really should be: This Post is for Misutati (Aunt Misu). We have never really celebrated St. Patrick's day other than to try a few mint flavoured treats that come out this time of year. My sister, on the other hand, LOVES Ireland and will be visiting during St. Patrick's Day so I thought I would decorate for her. :)
To make my hexagon garland I simply punched out hexagon shapes with a paper punch and taped them to some baker's twine.
My abstract clovers were taped onto the chalkboard wall with washi tape and I drew a stem with a chalk marker. It can't get any easier than that!
Overall, I think it's a subtle nod to St. Patrick's Day and it's keeping with my love for modern shapes. The mint green is also a great colour to carry right into spring and you could totally leave this garland up past St. Patrick's Day if you wanted.
There were quite a few shots on my photo roll with this little photo bomber in them so I thought I'd include just one. :) I think that big geometric tea towel was temptingly within reach of his little hands!
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