Beadboard Ombre’ Charmed St. Patrick’s Board

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St. Patrick’s day is just around the corner and this year we are whipping up some really cute ideas. I’ll show you that it is easy to make a creative St. Patrick’s day décor by doing a step by step tutorial on how to make a Beadboard Ombre Charmed board.

Charmed plaque
First you will want to gather what type of board you would like to use, as you can see I used beadboard.
Painting beadboard rows

Once the board is painted in the different shades of green it needs some drying time. While drying you can find the image you would like to use behind the word “charmed”. The Silhouette online store had this cute lined Shamrock that we used. You can easily purchase it for yourself and use it too if you’d like.

Cut out the clover on your own personal cutting machine in a different shade of green. Once cut out then weed out the unnecessary vinyl from around your shamrock. Using transfer tape take the image and transfer it to your dried green Ombre’ board.
Here is the shamrock on the vinyl paper all weeded out before it is transferred to the board.

Vinyl Shamrock still on paper

Next step you’ll go back to your cutting machine, pick out the font you want to use, measure your board (both width and length) to know how big you want your wording. We used the font “Doris Day” for our word “Charmed”. Type in your word and cut away! If you are not sure how to use your cutting machine both Cricut and Silhouette have great tutorials on You tube. Both Krystal and I have different machines so we use the Silhouette for some of the cutting and Cricut for other cutting. Each machine has great features.
Use the transfer tape and transfer the word “charmed” over top of the Clover.
Charmed vinyl application

Layering vinyl can add so much character to a craft. Happy St. Patrick’s day enjoy!
Charmed Poloroid

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Comments

  1. says

    This is too cute! This would actually be perfect in my kitchen and I have a spot for it too! It isn’t a very complicated craft either! Thank you so much for sharing the how-to!

  2. Pam Wattenbarger says

    This is so cute. I love the ombre look on this. It’s so easy to make, too. I can’t believe it’s already time to decorate for St. Patrick’s Day.

  3. says

    What a beautiful decoration! I am all about ombre and love the subtle colors you chose. Can’t wait to celebrate my Irish heritage on St. Patrick’s Day!

  4. Emma Spellman says

    That came out so cute! I am working on getting craftier. I think that’s a word. Haha. I will have to give this one a shot I don’t have any st Patrick’s decor yet.

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