A Sweet Gift of St. Patrick’s Pot of Gold #TigerStrypesBlog 18


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St. Patrick’s “Pot of Gold”

With St. Patrick’s Day coming up, I wanted to make a craft that could also be used as a gift!  You see so many different pot of gold things, I just wanted to twist it up a little.  This one was really easy to make and I think the hardest part was finding the “Gold”…finally found it at Walgreens after a long search…about the only thing not from the Dollar Tree!!

I found that the little guy I made on the Cameo was actually for putting on a flat surface, such as a card, etc.  I think in the future, I would just add him to a little note that had a rainbow on it, or something to go with the theme a bit more. 🙂

I hope you like it!! Have a blessed day, and please be sure to comment on, and share this #TBCCrafters craft on your social media channels – thanks!!


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St. Patrick’s “Pot of Gold” Craft


Materials/Tools Used:

  • Circular Glass Vase
  • Black Licorice
  • Gold Coin Candy
  • Scrapbook Paper
  • Cameo Cutting Machine
  • Stick
  • Glue, Glue Dots, Etc.
  • & Time!


Instructions:


I started by adding some black licorice to the glass bowl to make the “pot” for St. Patrick.

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Next, I added some candy coins to resemble his gold.

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Now, I started to create the St. Patrick figure from my Cameo.  If you want to purchase one, go here.

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I glued the pieces together the best I could and then used a piece of thin plastic as a backing for the figure!

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Next, I inserted little ‘ol Pat into the candy bowl, using a Popsicle stick glued to the back.

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Now you can display it wherever you want and let your friends have some candy for the special day!!pot

Hope you like it!  Please take a minute to leave me a comment and let me know what you would do different, or what you would add, etc.  Be sure to tweet, pin, share, etc. – thanks!!


“And the words of the Lord are flawless, like silver purified in a crucible, like gold refined seven times.” -Psalm 12:6
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Dawn Pruitt
7 years ago

Too cute! What a great centerpiece for the holiday! Great craft for the kids as well!

Brittany
7 years ago

This is just too cute! Thanks for sharing at the #HomeMattersParty 🙂

Brooke @ Blushing Noir

That is adorable! FINALLY a use for black licorice (I don’t like the taste LMAO)

Carlee C
7 years ago

What a fun edible pot of gold. My children would appreciate something like this on St. Patrick’s Day and so crafty!

Susan
7 years ago

How cute! I don’t know if I’ve ever even made a St Patrick’s Day craft, but this motivates me to — thank you!

Patty H
Patty H
7 years ago

How adorable and simple too! I love it!

Barb W.
7 years ago

This is so cute! What a great idea! Even with a shamrock tucked on top, too, would make such a lovely gift. Of course, I’m a huge fan of licorice, too, so I want one! Pinning it right now to remember!

Lindsey
7 years ago

Cute idea! This is a fun, no stress holiday to do something fun like this for the family!

tara pittman
7 years ago

I like this for a table center piece. The gold coins make it awesome

Rachee
7 years ago

This is so cute! Love this for Sr. Patrick’s Day and just to welcome Spring.

Rose Powell
7 years ago

So so so so so so cute, I love the little guy. I think I need some more lessons on my machine, because yeah… I don’t think I could make him…

Daisy
Daisy
7 years ago

This is super cute! My husband would love this, especially with some of his favorite candy in there.