Everyone will be feeling lucky with these free St. Patrick’s Day printables, including a green watercolor art print and St. Patrick’s Day coloring sheet.
No matter how much I try to purge or curb spending our house always seems to be crammed with stuff. We’re overflowing with kids toys, craft supplies I just can’t seem to let go, random purchases at the Target Dollar Spot, and heirloom pieces that I have no place to store. Our 1,800 square foot house is stuffed to the gills.
Yet, sometimes I envy people who have the storage space to keep decorations and trinkets for each and every holiday. I know a few people who alway seem to have just enough decor out to feel festive all year long. But the reality is that our 1960s home just doesn’t have storage space for that. I guess builders in the 1960s didn’t believe people needed attics or functioning garages. (At least the builder of our home didn’t!)
So I try to find ways to be festive without maintaining a hoard of decorations for every holiday. If I buy something it has to be inexpensive, reusable year-round, or recyclable. And it absolutely hast to be easy to put together. If this house can’t get decorated in 30 minutes or less, it’s not likely going to happen (Christmas is the only exception to that rule).
That’s why printables have become my primary choice for seasonal decorations. All I need to do is print it out and then put it up on our display ledge. This month, I created two free St. Patrick’s Day printables for you to enjoy!
First up is a different take on the watercolor trend, with this “Luck ‘o the Irish” print.
I love the watercolor effect on the lettering and the clover, but the font is simple enough that it still fits my husband’s modern aesthetic. Just print it out, cut out along the border, put it in a frame and you’re done! Or, if you’re like me and want something even faster, stick it in a pretty clipboard.
As a bonus, I also made a fun St. Patrick’s Day coloring page that my girls and I enjoyed coloring last week. (Did you see the sneak peek of it on my Instagram feed?) The different styles of fonts and sizes of pictures and images make it perfect for all ages. I had just as much fun coloring it in as my seven and four-year-old girls.
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We are all still working on our coloring pages, but when they’re done I plan to put them up on our display ledge to decorate for St. Patrick’s Day as well. And when it’s time to change up decor for Easter, at least I know that I don’t have to worry about finding a place to stuff them until next year.
Do you battle a never-ending fight with ‘stuff overload’?