Split Pea Kiss Me Sign

St. Patrick's Day, split peas, kiss me meme

– split peas
– wooden frame
– glue or Mod Podge
– printable and scissors


STEP 1: Spread glue/Mod Podge on the wooden frame and place peas on top.  Let it dry completely!

Here it is, just waiting to dry.  Our particular frame came with the jute hanger attached already and a 2″ x 3″ opening.  You could, of course, use any size frame.


STEP 2: Print and cut your printable.  This one is sized at 2 x 3″ proportions.  If you would like to use it, feel free; just right click and save the image to your computer…my St. Patty’s gift to you!



STEP 3: Insert printable into frame and display!

Naturally, it didn’t take the entire bag for our frame, so I had to come up with a use for the rest of the peas.  I dumped them into this vase I got at Walmart for $2.99 and stuck a candle in it.  The entire bag of peas was just $1.99 at the grocery store, so I got two projects for less than $5.  Yup.  Quick, cheap, and easy, just the way I like it.

I think the green is such a great color, and I love the natural look of the peas.  Plus, when St. Patrick’s Day is over, I can pull out the printable and exchange it for a spring themed one or a pic of Little Crafter.

How do you like to decorate for St. Patty’s Day?  It’ll be here before you know it!

Hugs & Glitter,


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  1. Oh so cute! I just bought a bag of split peas last night, but never entered my head to do anything but make soup with them!! 🙂

    p.s. I’m a no-reply blogger since I switched to google+ and I’ve spent hours trying to change it and I can’t figure it out!!! So unfortunetly your quick fix won’t work for everyone. 🙁 I’d love you to pieces if you could tell me how to get back my “reply status” with google+. Well, I’ll love you even if you don’t…. 😉

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