DIY St. Patrick’s Day Decor
Does your décor seem to be getting more boring every year? You wish you could show some more of your creativity into your decorations? Well look no further! Whether you are a first-time decorator or have had much experience, these crafts are for you!
- Paper cutter
- Glue stick
- Green Paper (clover)
- Other type of paper (outer layer)
- Cut a strip of green paper.
- Cut a strip of your other paper that is about an inch longer, but thinner than the green paper.
- Glue the ends of your other paper to the ends of your green.
- Form them into a heart by stapling then ends together.
- Do this four times.
- On one of your hearts, glue a small stem.
- Staple all the hearts together and hang.
- Enjoy your hanging clover!
Pot o’ Gold at the End of the Rainbow
- 12 Coffee Filters
- Washable Markers (red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and purple)
- Gold Duct Tape
- Empty bottle or Vase
- Spray Bottle filled with water
- 12 Straws
- Fold all 12 coffee filters in half two times.
- Color in two of the filters.
- Repeat step 2 for every color.
- Spray all the filters several times with water so the color spreads.
- Let the wet filters dry overnight, or you can blow dry them with a hair dryer.
- Cover the vase/bottle in the gold duct tape.
- Glue the dry filters together with a straw inside each.
- Fluff the filters to get the flower shape.
- Place all the “flowers” in the “pot”!
St. Patrick’s Day Banner
- Paper Cutter
- Green Paper
- Back-round Paper (I have orange)
- Hole Puncher
- Cut about six back-round banner flags.
- Cut about 24 small green hearts.
- Glue the points of the hearts together in a clover form on your banner flags.
- Punch holes in each side of your flags.
- String your ribbon through them.
- Hang your new St. Patrick’s Day banner!
St. Patrick’s Day Wreath
- Green craft materials (paint, glitter, beads, pipe-cleaners, ect.)
- hole punch
- string or twine
- Decorate all of your clothes pins however you want. Just make sure that they are green!
- Cut out the center of the plate.
- Punch two holes at the top of the plate parallel to each other.
- Thread the string through the holes and tie a bow at the top.
- Clip on all the decorated clothes pins to the plate.
- Hang up your wreath and enjoy!
We hope you loved these DIYs. So what are you waiting for? Grab your glue and scissors and get crafting!