All you need are a few dollar store items to create festive tiered tray decor for St. Patrick’s Day.
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Tiered Tray Decor
Tiered Tray Decor For St. Patrick’s Day is a fun way to bring a little festive cheer into your home.
I love the saying that everyone is Irish at St. Patrick’s Day!
Of course, that may be after a few Irish lemonades!
I’m sharing this St. Patrick’s Day tiered tray as part of the monthly Dollar Store Divas challenge.
You may have guessed that our theme for this month is St. Patrick’s Day.
Be sure to read to the end of this post to see the links for the rest of the fun crafts.
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Tiered Tray Decor For St. Patrick’s Day – Supplies
- Gnome – Dollar Tree
- St. Patrick’s Day Scarf – Dollar Tree
- Succulent – Dollar Tree
- Lucky Hat – Dollar Tree
- Mason Jar – Dollar Tree
- Mini Metal Houses – Target Dollar Spot
- Cupcake Stand – Target Dollar Spot
- Tiered Tray – Decocrated Subscription Box – get 20% off your 1st box with my code: OURCRAFTYMOM
How To Decorate A Tiered Tray
1. Start with a blank slate.
One of the first things I do is remove all the existing items from the tiered tray to start with a blank slate.
I usually add seasonal scarves, or decorative paper to the bottom of the tray.
This time I used St. Patrick’s Day scarves.
You can see how I decorated this same tiered tray for different seasons below:
2. Gather your pieces
Choose a variety of pieces that correspond with the style, or holiday you are decorating for.
You want to choose pieces in varying heights and size, as well as coordinating colors.
3. Start with a focal piece.
Begin with the top tier and decide on a focal piece.
I wanted the adorable little gnome from Dollar Tree to be the focal piece, so I put that front and center.
On the bottom shelf, the little truck was the focal piece.
4. Choose accent pieces.
Add coordinating accent pieces around the focal point.
I start adding items until I’m happy with the placement.
I tend to follow the rules of threes and it worked perfectly on this tray.
Add finishing touches
To add symmetry, the mason jar with babies breath gives some height.
I also added a few drops of green food coloring to the water in the mason jar, for an extra pop of color.
Also, every vignette needs a little greenery, even if it’s faux, like the succulent.
The most important thing, is to just have fun with it.
It kind of reminds me of decorating a doll house when we were kids.
It’s no surprise, that was one of my favorite things to do!
Enjoy the rest of the ideas with the links below:
- Using Paint Pens On Glass – from Michelle James Designs
- DIY St. Patrick’s Day Tiered Tray – Across The Blvd
We hope you enjoyed these Dollar Store St. Patrick’s Day crafts.
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