17 St. Patricks Day Crafts

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Get festive with these St. Patricks day crafts that are perfect for your holiday party. Not only are there ideas for party decorations and invitations but there are ways to decorate your home as well. Even if you’re not that big into bright kelly green decor, there are other ways to decorate in a more subtle way.

St. Patricks Day Crafts To Try

1.  Kiss Me I’m Irish Plaque
kiss me i'm irish plaque

I think if you are Irish and you like kisses, you pretty much have to make this Irish plaque!  It’s such a cute way to make it clear that you are collecting kisses.

2.  Lucky Sign

lucky sign

Here is a super cute lucky sign that is quick and easy to make.  I love how the word “lucky” is highlighted.  You could choose to highlight any word or message in this letter scramble.

3.  Potted Clove Idea

potted cloves

Okay, so this really can’t be considered a craft, but it is an excellent idea for decorating on St. Patricks Day.  The potted cloves are such a pretty and subtle decoration for the holiday.  I like the plain white planters too but I suppose you could embellish them with a sharpie or some paint if you like a little more to it.

4.  DIY Shamrock Mobile

St. Patricks day crafts - shamrock mobile

 

What I really love about this shamrock mobile is that the shamrocks are hung from a rustic branch.

5.  Irish Chalkboard Message

Irish chalkboard message

When I talk about subtle, I am thinking about something more along these lines.  This chalkboard message is actually a print that is sold by Dear Lillie.  However, you can also make your own using a vintage frame and chalkboard paint.  Check out my tutorial on a vintage chalkboard.

6.  DIY Pressed Clover Card

St. Patricks day crafts - pressed clover cards

 

If you want to send a friend a cheerful greeting, then this pressed clover card is a must to try.

7.  Pot Of Gold Topiaries

St. Patricks day crafts - pot of gold topiary

 

A collection of St. Patricks day crafts has to include something with a pot of gold. These pot of gold topiaries are just the ticket to a festive holiday.

8.  Split Pea Wreath

split pea wreath

Using split peas is a very unique for adding some green for the holiday.  This split pea wreath is festive for St. Patricks Day and will carry you all the way through spring. For more wreath ideas, check out these for St. Patrick’s day.

9.  DIY Wood Clover Block

St. Patricks day crafts - DIY wooden clover block

 

This wooden cover block is super fun and festive.

10.  Framed Clover

st. patricks day crafts - framed clover

 

This is such a cute and fresh St. Patricks day frame!

11.  St. Patricks Day Garland

 

St. Patricks day crafts - burlap and clover garland

This burlap and clover banner can be made quick and easy and adds just a nice amount of festivity!

12.  St. Patricks Day Pillow DIY

St. Patricks day crafts - diy clover pillow

 

Throw pillows are a great decorating accessory that you change out with the seasons or holidays.  This clover pillow is so cute and easy to make.

13.  St. Patricks Day Paint Chip Printable

paint chip printable

Here is a clever idea for a last minute decorating idea.  Just print off the paint chip printable of all the St. Patricks Day greens and frame it!

14.  Colorful Banner

st. patricks day banner

If you like a lot of color, then this banner craft is just the ticket.  This also would be perfect for celebrating that birthday that just happens to fall on St. Patricks Day.

15.  St. Patricks Party Decor

St. Patricks day crafts - dinner party ideas

 

For an elegant and festive St. Patrick’s day party, these ideas can’t be beat.

 

16.  St. Patricks Day Interchangeable Frame

st. patricks day frame

This cute clover display was made from a dollar store frame and is interchangeable for the different holidays.

17.  Felt Leprechaun Pants

st. patricks day crafts

And finally, these leprechaun pant treat bags are just adorable and are easier to make then they look!

 

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