Ornaments, chipboard letters, cedar hanger rings, green table cloth, party horns, string, ribbon, buttons, and a little cloth. I didn't use everything, but it gave me something to work with. Now, based on the letters that remained in the box, I could spell only one St. Patty's themed word: Lucky. So I took those letters and the hanger rings and spray painted them green. Then I stapled the letters to the green fabric and attached it to the tablecloth squares using ribbon, which I also used to suspend all the doo-dads.
It was really easy and only took about an hour or so. Plus, there was no sewing and no glue!
Here it is:
Time for a close-up!
And, I finally finished our Honeymoon Keepsake Box! This one didn't have any 3-D elements, so assembly went much quicker than the wedding boxes! A little photo shoot, with the help of Darla, who would not get out of the way:
The inside of the cover has some spots for us to write little tidbits about the trip.
I used the inside of the box to attach our ticket and travel information.
I should also mention that I decorated this using a generic theme park scrapbooking kit/stickers that I found on clearance at hobby lobby. The box was a scrapbook box on clearance as well. I love clearance!!!