3/31 | St. Patrick’s Day Crafts

Since we are all Irish on St. Patrick’s Day, we thought you might be looking for some great ideas for fun projects to celebrate. So, we’ve rounded up some of our favorites here. It’s no secret that St. Patrick’s Day may not be the most highly celebrated holiday, but you can definitely get in the spirit with this great list of  St. Patrick’s Day craft projects that are perfect for a party. This list has everything you need from DIY shirts and holiday art, to luminaries and paper crafts! Enjoy all of these DIY project ideas, and try not to get pinched!

  1. Show your Irish spirit and protect yourself from those St. Patrick’s Day pinches with a DIY Shamrock Shirt from A Little Craft in Your Day
  2. Get the luck of the Irish with this four leaf clover charm you can add to a bracelet, brooch, or keychain from FaveCrafts
  3. You could add this shamrock bow from Dollar Store Crafts to a wreath or basket or make a smaller version to wear in your hair.
  4. Display your love for all things Irish with Shrinky Dink necklaces
  5. Display this crocheted pot of gold from FaveCrafts on its own or add it as an accent on a crocheted beanie
  6. Decorate your home for the holiday with these paper shamrocks from Hoosier Homemade
  7. Make a fun table centerpiece with a four leaf clover pot
  8. Package your St. Paddy’s Day chocolate gold coins in sparkly treat bags from FaveCrafts
  9. String art has made quite a revival in the past few years and this shamrock version from Darice is absolutely adorable
  10. Display your lucky four leaf clover in this pretty pendant from Rook No. 17
  11. Wood shims become mini pallets and in turn, they become charming St. Patrick’s Day wooden pallet wall art from View From the Fridge
  12. Use construction paper to make a lovely shamrock candles with this tutorial
  13. Make mason jar luminaries for the holiday with this project from Mom 4 Real
  14. Protect your table in Irish style with these Shamrock Coasters
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