With St. Patrick’s Day just around the corner I wanted to inspire you to create some mason jar happiness to dress up your little corner of the world.  And throw in a few riddles… just for fun!

 

Spread St. Patrick's Day Mason Jar Happiness with Flowers and Fun

 

What do you get when you cross poison ivy with a four-leaf clover?
A rash of good luck.

 

Last year I received some lovely green Ball mason jars for a Mother’s Day blog hop.  I also received blue, and purple, and clear jars, and never got around to doing anything with the green jars.  I knew I wanted to use them for St. Patrick’s Day.

My plan wasn’t to do anything complicated. I simply wanted to use them to make some small floral arrangements.

I was thinking that I might use this floral arranging hack to arrange the flowers. But, I also was thinking that I could get some chicken wire and cut it to fit the top of the opening.  That would be pretty cute. Or, maybe I would find the Ball lids that have a wire mesh (affiliate link) to insert in the lid.

While I was out shopping at TJay for something entirely different, I came across these clear jars in a wire holder that already had wire mesh in the lids.  And… the price was just under $7.  What a deal!  (I later discovered the same item at the HobLob.)

It was perfect!  All I needed to do was to switch out the clear jars for my green Ball mason jars. Voila!

 

ason Jars Discovery Makes a Little St. Patrick's Day Happiness - AnExtraordinaryDay.net

 

Do you know why you shouldn’t iron a 4-leaf clover?  
You don’t want to press your luck.

 

Do you remember the St. Patrick’s Day shamrock and gold basket I recently shared with you?  I borrowed one of the shamrocks from the basket to dress up this lovely, but rather plain wire jar holder.

 

Shamrock Pick to Decorate this St. Patrick's Day Mason Jar Wire Basket - A

 

The wire on the pick was pretty stiff, but I carefully bent it at the bottom and secured it to the wire basket.  Hopefully you can get an idea how I did it in these images above.

It was one small but simple addition that really helped make the mason jars dance a little St. Patrick’s Day jig.

 

Add a Shamrock to Make St. Patrick's Day Mason Jar Happiness
 

What do you get when you do the Irish jig at McDonalds?
A Shamrock Shake

 

St. Patrick's Day Mason Jar Flower

 

Take a quick look at your stash.  What do you have to repurpose? And then while you’re out today pick up some fresh flowers… I saw a bunch of white mini-carns for just $4.87 at Walmart.  Take a few moments to splash a little green and white and gold around to make your St. Patrick’s Day pretty and fun.

 

Why can’t you borrow money from a leprechaun?
Because they’re always a little short.

 

St. Patrick's Day Mason Jar Flowers and Fun
 
For a few more quick and easy ideas…. check out my St. Patrick’s Day wreath and mantel.
 
Have you been inspired to splash a little St. Patrick’s Day green around your house? 

Thanks for stopping by today… I can’t wait to hear your lovely thoughts!

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Comments

  1. I simply adore this. Oh if up I could find this Baskets!!! Love all the colors. And style.

  2. Oh ps!! I laughed at the jokes. Laughter is good medicine
    I realized I have this in three. But I put it under a large photo framed of my daughter and spouse in front of a castle in hmmm Scotland. I could trade and put something else in that spot and trade out jars!! Glad you wrote back. Cute post💚

    • Awww… thanks Gwen! I had so much fun putting in those jokes. You’re right… laughter IS good medicine.
      Have fun with your St. Patrick’s Day decorating. 😉

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