My little family will be moving this summer and so I've started packing up some stuff. My craft room
was is bursting at the seams full of stuff craft supplies. I packed up some of it so that I could make room for my sister in law to come visit. Anyways, I found some old glass beads from the dollar store that I had used once upon a time to decorate something or other. I saw them and envisioned them as a fun shamrock. I wanted to pay homage to the colors of the Irish flag and add a little more color than just green. So I used orange for the letters to add a bit of dimension.
I used some e-6000 glue to stick the glass beads to the painted board which was leftover from a different project. I used my Cricut to cut out the word "Lucky" out of cardstock and modpodged the letters on. I would have used vinyl but didn't have any the right color. The wire is also leftover from another project. I bought it at Lowe's I think. It didn't take very long to put together especially because the board was already painted.
Board, painted white (not pictured)
21 Green glass beads
Orange card stock or vinyl
Modpodge (only if using cardstock)
Foam brush (only if using cardstock)
Drill holes at the top of you board. Arrange the beads how you want them to be on the board. Carefully pick them up and add a little glue and place them back down. Modpodge the word "lucky" down. Add your wire hanger and allow the glue to dry. There you go and your done.
Hang it up!
Erin go bragh!