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St. Pat’s Lucky Gold

Why not enjoy some St. Pat's Day gold all year around?

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Supplies: gold spray paint, rocks, shamrock punch, contact paper, black acrylic paint, paintbrush, the "outside" of letter stickers

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Spray paint the rocks.

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Use the "outside" of a sheet of used letter stickers to create a stencil. Press firmly.

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Paint the inside with black paint. 

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It might take a few coats to get good coverage.

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Onto the shamrocks.

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Punch a shape out of contact paper.

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Use the non-shamrock part to make a stencil and paint with black paint.

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A bowl of St. Pat's gold.

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Couldn't we all use a little bit of luck?

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My newest find. I picked up this "Artist on Duty" sign at Ruffles and Rust last weekend.

Wishing all of you good luck always!

Linking Up.

Malia


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Comments

  1. Darling idea. My daughter would get the biggest kick out of this. Have a great day.

  2. adorable! and great tip about the sticker sheet!

  3. Cute-love the natural touch.

  4. Such a cute idea Malia!!! I love the gold!!

  5. This is so adorable! I love your sign as well.

  6. Love that idea, very nice!

  7. OMG!! this is the cutest idea ever. I’m your newest follower. I would love it if you linked your project up to my link party.
    More The Merrier Monday.
    http://diyhshp.blogspot.com

  8. What a cool idea~ your Lucky Rocks turned out great!! I LOVE your new Artist on duty sign too :)

  9. LOVE this!!!!! I wonder if I can make 25 of them … one for each of my students!! Sharing this on my facebook page!!

  10. Adorable! I need to make some for the leprechaun houses!

  11. And I want that sign…I may have to make one.

  12. love these gold pebbles! I always wait too long to find crafty St Patrick’s day things for me to make.

  13. so clever…i would love to find these scattered along a garden path!

  14. how totally FUN is this!! :D

  15. Meredith says:

    Love it!!

  16. Great idea. Love it!

  17. SO FUN! LOVE this!

  18. Love this! Great idea to use the negative space of a sticker sheet as a stencil, so quick and easy!

  19. Cutest idea I’ve seen so far for this holiday, winner!

  20. This is sweet! Love it!
    Kathy

  21. This is so cute! I tried this and I love it! I used more of a pot than a bowl, though.

  22. I LOVE these! Fantastic job!
    I am going to feature this in a Special St. Patrick’s Day Features this week!
    Thanks for linking up to Making It With Allie! I can’t wait to see what you have for next week!
    AllieMakes.Blogspot.com

  23. Love these!! Way cute. I showcased it on my blog with a link back to yours. Thanks for sharing.

  24. I love this, is too cute! would love to recreate this with my little one!
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  25. Such a fun idea! Love it!
    Kim @ The Celebration Shoppe recently posted…Shamrock Cinnamon Rolls for St. Patty’s DayMy Profile

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