While I’m not the kind of person who goes all out for Saint Patrick’s Day, there are plenty of people who do. And yes, there are people who do put up Saint Patrick’s Day decorations like the person above. Nevertheless, when Saint Patrick’s Day rolls around, you can bet that plenty of grade school children will be doing some type of craft project on the holiday. Decorating motifs usually consist of shamrocks, leprechauns, pots of gold, a Celtic cross, booze, green stuff, rainbows, and other things. And while there are Saint Patrick’s Day decorations available in stores, there are some people tend to make on their own, which I’ve seen on Pinterest. However, sometimes it was hard for me to find some of the DIY decor since a lot of Saint Patrick’s Day craft projects are aimed for children. This doesn’t surprise me. Yet, it kind of frustrates me because the craft projects I usually show are aimed for adults and consist of stuff one can make but use forever. So for your reading pleasure, I bring you a treasure trove of craft projects for Saint Patty’s Day.
- Grace your front door with this shamrock wreath of green.
Seems like you take a regular wreath and put some fake foliage and shamrocks on it. And you’re good to go.
2. These 4 leaf clover necklaces are bound to give you good luck.
These two have some newsprint and a 4 leaf clover encased in a glass pendant. Appear to come in gold and bronze.
3. With this wreath, you can have both shamrocks and rainbows.
This one appears to be made from burlap and felt. And the rainbow appears in a banner.
4. Got some empty green bottles? Make some shamrock candle holders out of them.
Not sure whether these came from a craft store or beer case. Either way, they’ll be in the Saint Patrick’s Day spirit with shamrocks on them.
5. Spare flower pots always make great leprechaun hats.
Seems like this would be a great project for kids. But these nevertheless look quite cute if you ask me.
6. If you don’t want to get pinched on March 17, this headband is for you.
This one seems rather simple to make. Just put some green shamrocks on it and craft stones and you’re good to go.
7. Curl up on the couch this Saint Patrick’s Day with this shamrock pillow.
Now your furniture won’t get pinched this Saint Patrick’s Day. Even if it’s a bright orange couch in your living room.
8. Cover your wreath with green and shamrock ribbons.
This is a yearn ribbon wreath of green. It has gold shamrocks at front. Still, it’s pretty.
9. If you aren’t a wreath person, you can always go with flowers.
Well, fake flowers that you might find in a cemetery anyway. Because most of the spring flowers aren’t out yet at least in my neck of the woods.
9. Store your Saint Patty’s Day decorations in this one of a kind crate.
Not sure if I could do that design. But as long as the crate was prebuilt at the store, I think I could paint it green.
10. A leprechaun hat bouquet always makes a great Saint Patrick’s Day centerpiece.
Yes the flowers are fake. And I’m sure that’s a cut out flower pot. But if you’re someone who’s a repressed art major, this a great project for you.
11.For extra luck, grace your door this Saint Patrick’s Day with this rainbow wreath.
This one is covered as a rainbow in ribbons. And covered in shamrock garlands. All in all, I think this is beautiful.
12. Nothing goes better in your home this Saint Patrick’s Day than this shamrock tree.
And the best part is, you don’t have to water it. Also. the shamrocks on this are so shiny.
14. Of course, you can always go with the conifer option.
Yes, this is another shamrock tree. However, this one has shamrocks all over it in a different variation.
15. If you want more leaves on your Saint Patrick’s Day wreath, this is the one for you.
Sure the foliage may be fake and seem it’s straight from a cemetery. Yet, I do love the wooden shamrock on this one.
16. For a simpler Saint Patrick’s Day wreath, one won’t need to look further than this.
This one is just a plain white wreath with some ribbon and shamrock decorations on them. Looks pretty doable compared to some of the other ones.
17. A shamrock hair clip like this is bound to have the luck of the Irish.
This shamrock clip is made from different shades of green ribbon and a fake pearl. Nevertheless, it’s very pretty.
18. A shamrock wreath like this will always bring you luck at your front door.
This one is a 4 leaf clover wreath which is said to be made from cloth and coat hangers. Not sure what else.
19. Sometimes a cushion and ribbon wreath is all you need.
Well, not sure if these were scraps or cut out that way. But at any rate, it sure looks soft and cozy even if it’s not.
20. A green wreath of tulle like this is bound to give you luck.
This one even has Luck spelled on here. And in a banner of shamrocks, too. Not sure if it would give you the luck of the Irish.
21. When in doubt a green wreath of spots will always suit your fancy.
You might have noticed that I have a lot of wreaths on this post for Saint Patrick’s Day. That may be so, but so does Pinterest.
22. Nothing says Saint Patrick’s Day than wearing a green bow and a rainbow necklace.
Yes , these things are meant for little girls. But it’s in the spirit of Saint Patrick’s Day so it goes on. Besides, they’re cute.
23. They say that a bag of gold at your front door is bound to give you good fortune.
Well, this one is filled with shamrocks and plastic gold coins. However, I doubt the leprechauns would be fooled by this one.
24. Those who don’t care for a shamrock wreath can always go with flowers.
Well, as long sa the flowers are green, white, and yellow. Oh, and the foliage consists of English ivy. Still, pretty.
25. For Saint Patty’s Day kisses, this sign will show everyone that you’re Irish.
And this sign has plenty of kisses to go around. I’m sure this was painted on wood and put on a stand.
26. Nothing says Saint Patrick’s Day than gracing your home with some wooden shamrocks on stands.
And they seem to come in different colors and patterns. The sparkly green one is my favorite out of these 3.
27. For Saint Patrick’s Day wreath, green and white always make a wonderful contrast.
This one is covered in white with flowers and shamrocks. And it’s held by a green polka dot ribbon. Great for any door on Saint Patrick’s Day.
28. If you want to get even more lucky on Saint Patrick’s Day, it helps if you put some shamrocks in a frame.
Because you can never have enough shamrocks in shades of green for one frame. Some of these even have glitter on them.
29. Happy Saint Patrick’s Day with this leprechaun wreath.
Sure it doesn’t show the whole leprechaun but it has a hat and legs. Wreath is also in the shape of a heart.
30. Add color to your Saint Patrick’s Day table with these rainbow wands.
These make great toys for kids. And it also makes a great table centerpiece that you can use for years even when they get older.
31. Luck will always come this Saint Patrick’s Day when you have a large shamrock at your door.
This one is said to be covered in green cloth scraps. But it has the word, “Lucky” at the center. Still, I like it.
32. When it comes to Saint Patrick’s Day wreaths, a rainbow one can’t go without shamrocks.
Yes, this is another rainbow wreath for Saint Patrick’s Day. But this one has shamrocks on the side unlike the previous one.
33. This Saint Patrick’s Day wreath is guaranteed to bring you luck in stripes.
I bet whoever made this used a lot of green and white ribbon. Still, I like the shamrock in the center though.
34. For the more rustic type on Saint Patrick’s Day, these blocks will suit your home just fine.
These consist of shamrocks, leprechaun beard and coat, leprechaun hat and shoes, and a pot of gold. And they’re all painted a dark green and white.
35. A tulle wreath like this on Saint Patrick’s Day will bring you a lot of luck.
Well, it’s my second tulle wreath of green on this post. But it’s made in a different variation than the previous one.
36. Celebrate this Saint Patrick’s Day with your very own leprechaun hat.
Has a headband to help you put it on and keep on your head. Yet, it’s touched with a green shamrock and a shiny belt buckle.
37. There’s bound to be a pot of gold on this rainbow wreath.
Sure the rainbow on this one is neverending. But at least there’s a pot of gold smack dab in the center.
38. A leprechaun hat like this comes in wooden blocks.
Nevertheless, it looks great on anyone’s table. But depending on whether these might be glued on together, some assembly may be required.
39. Those wanting the leprechaun’s pot of gold might want to set up a trap like this.
However, if you live in the Harry Potter universe, keep in mind that it’s a worthless endeavor. Because even if you do catch a leprechaun that leads you to his pot of gold, the gold will just disappear in a few hours anyway.
40. A golden shamrock is always a fine addition to any home on Saint Patrick’s Day.
This shamrock is made from thumbtacks on a green background. However, before you do any thumbtack art, make sure it’s on a thick flat surface.
41. Store your golden goodies this Saint Patrick’s Day in this rainbow glitter vase.
Sure the gold in here is candy. But I do love the glittery rainbow on this thing. However, glitter glue does make a big mess as I remember correctly.
42. Be extra lucky this Saint Patrick’s Day with this lucky charm bracelet.
Because on a holiday like Saint Patrick’s Day, this kind of stuff has to exist. Includes horseshoes, rainbows, Irish flags, shamrocks, pots of gold, and a leprechaun.
43. If you got empty green bottles, put some green flowers in them.
Of course, you’ll have to make the flowers first. But these ones look very lovely.
44. This Saint Patrick’s Day, turn some old toilet paper rolls into leprechauns.
Sure this is more of kid’s project. But these are nevertheless adorable. I especially like the beards.
45. Grace your front door this Saint Patrick’s Day with a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.
Well, it’s decorated with plastic coins and shamrocks. However, I think the rainbow is the best part of this.
46. Proclaim your Irishness this Saint Patrick’s Day with these blocks.
Well, I have to but block stuff somewhere in this post. And I might as well go with these.
47. Welcome visitors to your humble home this Saint Patrick’s Day with this block decoration.
Might not light up like previous ones I showed you on other posts. But it sure looks pretty to put on a mantle or buffet table.
48. Adorn your hair this Saint Patrick’s Day with this shamrock clip.
The button is made from wood while the other shades of green are made from felt. Still, it’s cute.
49. An empty bottle of Irish cream always makes a great place for flowers.
And I’m sure this decoration would make a great centerpiece. Love the glitter and the shamrocks on this one though.
50. You can’t attend a Saint Patrick’s Day parade without a pair of pot of gold earrings.
I’m sure this isn’t for weak lobes like mine (as I learned the hard way). Still, you have to like the pots of gold on these.
51. A lucky lass on Saint Patrick’s Day always has shamrocks in her hair.
Yes, these are shamrocks on barettes. But these do look adorable even when not on someone’s hair.
52. Green flowers always go great near any fireplace.
For some reason, I usually don’t see flowers as green. Probably because I’m more used seeing the green on the leaves and stems.
53. Show your love for the Irish this Saint Patrick’s Day with these shamrock heart hair clips.
Sure they may be better suited for young girls. But you have to admit, these are pretty adorable to say the least.
54. Nothing makes Irish eyes smile more than a green bauble wreath.
Just to warn you, baubles are delicate things so be very careful not to drop any while handling them. Still, I do love the shamrock ribbon on this thing.
55. A sizeable hat makes a great trap for a leprechaun.
Not sure what the hat is made of (which is possibly felt or construction paper). Still, I do like the twig ladder and the sign.
56. Celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day this year wearing a light up tutu of an Irish flag.
If it weren’t for the shamrock waistline, I’d swear this would be great for wearing at a football game at my old high school. Not that I would.
57. For Saint Patrick’s Day ceiling decorations, you can’t go wrong with a rainbow cloud.
Well, I know this is more or less advertised as a birthday decoration. But since rainbows are associated with Saint Patrick’s Day, it goes on the post.
58. Nothing brings you in the spirit of Saint Patrick’s Day than a tulle leprechaun wreath at your door.
And to capture Irish gingerness, the wreath is primarily orange. But it does have a green hat and pipe.
59. Keep warm this Saint Patrick’s Day with this leprechaun hat beanie.
Not sure what size this is supposed to be. But at any rate, I have to like the buckle on this one.
60. For those who view Saint Patrick’s Day as a sacred holiday, this wreath is for you.
Well, I had to put some religious imagery on this post with a Celtic cross. Because it is seen as a religious holiday in Ireland because Saint Patrick is their patron saint.
61. You can’t attend the Saint Patrick’s Day parade without the appropriate top hat.
Now this is a fancy hat to wear to a parade. Not sure if I’d want to wear that during a mugshot though.
62. Bring the lucky spirit of Saint Patrick’s Day to your home by hanging this shamrock tapestry.
Made of felt with 4 shamrocks on them and the words “Luck” with a horseshoe “U.” Still, you have to want to hang this on your wall.
63. If you’re lucky this Saint Patrick’s Day, then say it with pennies.
Pennies: the only form of US currency you can use for craft projects. Because they’re totally worthless as US currency.
64. Nothing says Saint Patrick’s Day like rainbow trees.
Sure rainbows might not lead you to a pot of gold. But I sure like these trees. Bet they’re fertilized with unicorn poop.
65. The best spot to put a pot of gold is on a rainbow table runner.
If it were me, I’d just go with the runner that’s made of felt. After all, who doesn’t love rainbows?
66. For some Saint Patrick’s Day fun, you can’t do without a leprechaun peg doll as well as his rainbow bunting and pot of gold.
Yes, this leprechaun is just chilling on his log with his pot of gold and rainbow. So cute.
67. Light up your home on Saint Patrick’s Day with this shamrock glass block lamp.
Well, the shamrock is a little lopsided if you look at it closely. But the border is nice.
68. With this costume, your little one will be the perfect little leprechaun.
Sure it might lead to some embarrassing photo ops for your kid in the later years. But right now, they can’t really remember anyway.
69. On Saint Patrick’s Day, a wee Irish lass can’t go without her own pair of shoes.
This is a pair of baby booties for baby girls for Saint Patrick’s Day. And yes, they’re adorable enough to make your heart melt.
70. Don’t like wreaths? This leprechaun door hanging is just for you.
Well. it only shows the hat and legs. And the flowers are fake. But still, looks quite festive.
71. It’s not Saint Patrick’s Day unless you see a leprechaun on a wooden panel.
Well, it might require some nailing a board to get the hat. But the leprechaun seems to have a smile on his face.
72. Got old wine bottles? Decorate them for Saint Patrick’s Day.
Well, while one bottle is unchanged, the other ones are painted green and decorated for Saint Patrick’s Day. One has a leprechaun belt.
73. Keep your little leprechaun warm this Saint Patrick’s Day with this little stocking cap.
Yes, it comes with a fake beard to keep your baby’s chin warm. Still, it’s incredibly adorable.
74. For Saint Patrick’s Day, you can’t raise a better glass than this one.
Like the saying on this, “Kiss me, I’m drunk. I mean Irish.” Not sure if you’d want to drink with this one.
75. Nothing says Saint Patrick’s Day than a potted rainbow.
Well, it’s a pot of gold with a rainbow and cloud on top. This is so clever, creative, and cute.
76. On Saint Patrick’s Day, cuddle up with this little leprechaun doll.
This is a knitted leprechaun doll which is derived from a pattern. Nevertheless, this is adorable.
77. Go to the Saint Patrick’s Day this year with a feather in your hat.
Now this hat looks rather snazzy. Like the shamrock bow on this one. Wouldn’t want to be drunk wearing it though.
78. A glass block lamp like this can bring out a shiny shamrock.
Yes, I know this is another glass block light. But this one has a ribbon and a shinier shamrock.
79. Bring the spirit of Saint Patrick’s Day without this tulle rainbow cloud wreath.
Now I wouldn’t mind having a wreath like this for Saint Patrick’s Day. Also, like the shamrock in the center.
80. For a little boy and girl, these leprechaun hats are perfect match.
Yes, one might have a beard and another with braids. But either way, these are so cute.
81. Grace your door this Saint Patrick’s Day with this shamrock hanging.
Not sure what the shamrock hanging is made out of. But I do like the rainbow ribbon, the gold, and the felt cloud.
82. For extra luck, it can’t hurt to have a shamrock wall hanging with coins and watches.
This is a wooden hanging of a dark green shamrock. The coins and watches are plastic, but they go well together.
83. Didn’t know you can make a leprechaun from a flower pot.
Sure it may not have a beard and is wearing a knitted hat. Still, it so adorable that it makes your little heart melt.
84. A leprechaun hat is a great place for flowers.
Sure the carnations are fake and the pot is felt. But I think this is a nice Saint Patrick’s Day arrangement.
85. This rainbow extends to the top of the door.
Sure it has a pot of gold at the end. But I really that rainbow of ribbons.
86. Keep your little one warm this Saint Patrick’s Day with this shamrock golf hat.
Now I wonder whether this little baby has a set of tiny golf clubs. That would be cute.
87. For a Saint Patrick’s Day bunting, you can’t do better than shamrocks.
Yes, I know it’s a green bunting with shamrocks. But this would be great for any Saint Patty’s Day party.
88. Put some of your gold nuggets in a rainbow pot this Saint Patrick’s Day.
Those gold nuggets are actually Hershey’s chocolates. But they’re filled with golden deliciousness.
89. With this shamrock owl, the wind will always be at your back.
It’s made out burlap. But this one is so cute that it’s a hoot.
90. Show your love for the Irish this Saint Patrick’s Day with this heart shaped wreath.
Well, the foliage and flowers might be akin to what you see in a cemetery. But I sure love the rainbow ribbon.
91. Your little leprechaun always has to dress in her own little outfit for Saint Patty’s Day.
Sure the get up is made out felt. But this little lass seems to love how she looks. Doesn’t she?
92. Grace your home on Saint Patrick’s Day with these leprechaun shoes.
If you have small children, make sure that they’re not upturned at the side of the house. Because the little one’s might get upset if they’ve seen the Wizard of Oz.
93. For Saint Patrick’s Day, you can’t be unlucky with a shamrock of ribbon.
I think this might be a little ornament. But you have to love the artistry on this. Not sure if I can do one.
94. Bring the spirit of Saint Patrick’s Day to your neighborhood with a wreath containing an nice big shamrock on it.
Now this wreath certainly goes all out. Nevertheless, I do love the shamrocks on this.
95. No matter what age, no lass should go without her Saint Patty’s Day booties.
Yes, it’s another pair of baby girl shoes. But these have little shamrocks on them and are so cute.
96. I guess this Saint Patrick’s Day pillow was a patchwork effort.
Guess it’s made by the same person who did the wreath earlier in this post. Still, I like it even if it might hurt Irish eyes.
97. For your little Irish lad, I suppose this suit should suit him well.
This one has a tie and felt shamrock patches on the knees. Any baby boy is bound to look adorable in it.
98. Celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day by gracing your home with this shamrock sampler.
This is a wall decoration that contains seashells. Got this from Etsy, but it’s pretty.
99. These wine bottle decorations will guarantee that you’ll feel lucky this Saint Patrick’s Day.
Spelled out, these bottles say “Lucky.” Also have different toppers on them, too.
100. You can’t celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day without a fuzzy wreath like this.
Not sure if this is DIY. But it looks so fuzzy that I just want to touch it.
Very nice St. Patrick’s Day crafts!