Now it’s on to some lucky craft projects. When it comes to looking for holiday crafts for a blog post, I often find myself running into stuff geared toward children. And Saint Patrick’s Day was no exception. Of course, I understand these are designed for parents and teachers looking for child appropriate activities for the holiday. But for a blogger like me, running into them can be a major pain in the ass since I usually focus on craft projects made by adults like what you see above. Nevertheless, it’s always something I have to deal with when coming up with such posts. Anyway, I don’t usually go all out for Saint Patrick’s Day, but I’m sure there are plenty people who do. And last year, I did a Saint Patrick’s Day craft post that received a nice reception as far as I’m concerned. I mean it got 7 likes from WordPress bloggers. So this time, I decided to do another since I had many craft pictures left over. So for your reading pleasure, I give you some more Saint Patrick’s Day craft projects for good luck.
- Felt 4-leaf clovers always make great centerpieces.
Each of them is in a different shade of green. And they’re all supported by a pole on a green block.
2. Grace your lucky front door this Saint Patrick’s Day with this green ribbon wreath.
Includes ribbons of different patterns as well as shamrocks. Lovely to put on any front door or on a wall.
3. Of course, one large 4-leaf clover can make Irish eyes smile.
If you like wreaths and don’t care for the fancy stuff, this is for you. Just consists of a burlap wreath, a shamrock ribbon, and a wooden 4-leaf clover.
4. No Saint Patrick’s Day decoration makes you feel more lucky than a wooden long bearded leprechaun.
Sure he may not lead you to a pot of gold. But you have to admire his long red beard and hat.
5. Bring the luck of the Irish to your home by hanging this shiny golden horseshoe.
Of course, you wouldn’t want the luck of the Irish if you lived in the 19th century. When many Irish immigrants fled their home country due to poverty, civil unrest, British oppression of Irish Catholics, and a deadly potato famine.
6. A lucky grapevine wreath should always include shamrocks.
Well, you can’t have enough shamrocks, can you. Love the green ribbon on this.
7. This pallet leprechaun will bring a smile to your face.
After all, he’s smiling. Because he’ll never lead you to his pot of gold which may not exist.
8. Green flowers always make a Saint Patrick’s Day wreath worthwhile.
Not sure what to think about green flowers. Sure they exist, but they don’t seem natural to me. Maybe I’m more used to seeing green foliage. I don’t know.
9. A green yarn wreath has shamrocks all around.
The shamrocks are made of felt and are tied down with yarn. At any rate, consider yourself lucky to have a decoration like this. Supposing you do.
10. No girl on Saint Patrick’s Day should go without bows like these.
Consists of green bows with sequin gold shamrocks and rainbows. What more can an Irish girl want?
11. If you wish to make Saint Patrick’s Day a festive occasion, this wreath is for you.
Has a large green bow, green leprechaun hats, and a large green shamrock. Great for parties, though it might get destroyed in the process if there’s a lot of alcohol.
12. Keep your candy safe with this leprechaun candy dispenser.
Sure they usually store gumballs. But this one holds almond Hershey’s kisses. Nice how it comes in a gold wrapper.
13. Have old wine bottles? A green one makes a great Saint Patrick’s Day bottle lamp.
I’m sure a green wine bottle isn’t hard to find among your recyclables. Though I love the shamrock touch.
14. With a sign like this, everyone can see how lucky you are.
Nice how the letters are in plaid and covered with shamrocks. So stunning.
15. Keep your things in good order with this shamrock rainbow basket.
The outside is covered with string as you can see. Sure it’s a kid’s project but it’s adorable.
16. A Saint Patrick’s Day wreath should always contain green flowers.
Okay, like I said, green flowers are strange. But since we’re talking about Saint Patrick’s Day, this is appropriate. Besides, the flowers are fake anyway.
17. A block display of “Luck” should always contain a golden horseshoe.
Well, certainly seems rustic to me. Not sure about the paint job on the other letters though.
18. A St. Patrick’s Day decomesh wreath should have different colored shamrocks.
Well, there’s at least one gold one. But the wreath is also decked in some green ribbons, too.
19. A leprechaun flower pot is great for a bouquet.
Okay, this one is rather tall. And the flowers are most definitely fake. But at any rate, makes a great centerpiece.
20. A shamrock made of panels is as good as any other.
Though you might want to be sure to paint it green. And to put a ribbon with small shamrocks on it for extra luck.
21. A grapevine St. Patrick’s Day wreath can always add some festive flair.
Another one with fake green flowers along with green ribbons. Wouldn’t mind having this on my front door.
22. A Saint Patrick’s Day wreath of decomesh will wow your visitors.
This one has a large shamrock and an Irish Blessing attached. Also, has other green decorations.
23. Nothing says Saint Patrick’s Day like a green wreath.
Well, not sure what it’s made from exactly. Probably burlap. But the shamrock ribbon adds a nice touch.
24. As spring is around the corner, a St. Patrick’s wreath of tulips seems appropriate.
Includes a glittery green pipe and a leprechaun hat. But at least the small tulips are white, not green.
25. Nothing makes Irish eyes smile like a glittering rainbow.
Well, it’s made from wood and may not always be used for Saint Patrick’s Day. But don’t bet you’ll find a pot of gold here.
26. Is that a little leprechaun here for a visit?
You can’t see his face. But his clothes are made from felt. So adorable.
27. A leprechaun hat always makes a wonderful display of Irish pride.
Though not in Ireland since they don’t care for leprechauns there. However, this felt hat is quite fancy and whimsical.
28. Putting a leprechaun on your Saint Patrick’s Day wreath brings good luck.
Of course, you don’t see all of the leprechaun. But this is a rather charming wreath nonetheless.
29. Even a snowman can wish anyone a happy St. Patrick’s Day.
However, unless it’s the polar regions, a snowman on St. Patrick’s Day isn’t long for this world. Since the coming spring ensures his demise if global warming hadn’t already.
30. A wreath of green flowers and shamrocks brings a quaintness in the air.
Again, not used to the green flowers. But I do like the shamrocks and ribbons.
31. Have your little lass keep warm this Saint Patrick’s Day with a crocheted hat.
Then again, I’m not sure if these are made for kids or not. Though you have to love the shamrock decor.
32. For a flashy St. Paddy’s Day, this green tulle wreath is for you.
I swear I’ve seen that green on PennDOT workers at some point in my life. But I don’t think the shiny shamrocks help matters either.
33. Nothing shows Irish pride on St. Patrick’s Day like a yarn wreath of Kelly green.
Yes, this is another yarn wreath with shamrocks. But this one has fewer and is in a different green shade.
34. A green Saint Patrick’s Day bow should always give you the best of luck.
Has a ribbon that says “Saint Patrick’s Day” on it. Like the shamrock in the middle.
35. A large shamrock always belongs on a green wreath.
Yes, this is another decomesh wreath. But the shamrock is quite ornate that I just had to put it on this post.
36. Curl up this Saint Patrick’s Day with this crocheted blanket of shamrocks.
Sure it’s not the whole ting. But at least the shamrocks have 4 leaves on them.
37. On a St. Patrick’s Day yarn wreath gold should always be found at the rainbow.
Though these remind me more of gold flowers than gold coins. Nevertheless, this wreath is quite charming.
38. A white yarn St. Patrick’s Day wreath should have green flowers and ribbons.
My Saint Patrick’s Day craft post contained a wreath similar to this. However, it didn’t have some of the decorations though.
39. A simple shamrock hanging should always have a golden ribbon.
Sure it depicts a 3 leaf clover with 3 leaves of hearts. But it brings a rather quaint touch for any home.
40. A Saint Patrick’s Day wreath should bring you a fortune in gold.
Or in gold coins made from plastic used to decorate this wreath. But it’s quite creative and appropriate.
41. A mossy leprechaun hat on a door is an inviting sight.
I’m sure the moss is fake but it’s green and looks real. Like the golden shamrock though.
42. With empty green bottles, shamrock bottle tops will go quite nicely.
Not sure how to make the shamrock tops. But whoever did certainly has some interesting green bottles.
43. Seems like someone must’ve spilled some gold coins.
Okay, this is only a mere decoration and the coins aren’t real. But it’s certainly fitting for St. Paddy’s Day.
44. A Saint Patrick’s Day plate and glasses leaves Irish eyes a shining.
Of course, these are only used for display, not eating. But I’m sure who created these is a repressed art major.
45. Seems like we’ve found the leprechaun’s gold in this little flower pot.
Oh, wait. Those are spray painted rocks which aren’t worth anything. Yes, these leprechauns can be quite sneaky in their tricks.
46. This Saint Patrick’s Day, may the beads be always at your back.
You can put this wreath up during Mardi Gras if you want. Since it’s on the 28th. Though it might look a bit strange.
47. An owl on a Saint Patrick’s Day wreath is a great hoot.
This one even has green bows on its ears. But it doesn’t look too happy. Adorable.
48. There’s nothing luckier to have than this Saint Patrick’s Day star.
Yes, it has some shamrocks and green. But it’s not the rustic decor meant for the barn.
49. A 4-leaf moss shamrock is always a sight of great fortune.
Well, if I had to put a moss leprechaun hat, then I had to add a moss shamrock. Not sure if I like this one as much though.
50. Sometimes it’s best to express Irish pride in the simplest ways.
This one only entails a heart shaped wreath and a green ribbon. Great to put in any home.
51. No little leprechaun should go without a crocheted hat like this.
This little leprechaun hat even has a buckle in front. So cute.
52. Sometimes white flowers is all you need for a St. Patrick’s Day wreath.
But please include the green ribbon at the front so it’s for Saint Patrick’s Day. Lovely.
53. A zipper shamrock will make a very lucky pin.
Yes, this was made with zipper teeth. I know it looks simple. But it’s probably not.
54. A leprechaun should find this little green house warm and cozy.
Though we have to admit, this will probably be used to feed birds more than anything. But I love the facade.
55. A shamrock key chain makes a great good luck charm.
Because at least you can see your keys better with it. Made of felt with sequin decorations.
56. Welcome spring this Saint Patrick’s Day with this pin containing 3 flowers.
I bet the boy one is plainer so they can tell them apart. Still, love the flowers.
57. You’ll find a pot of gold in the middle of this wreath on St. Patrick’s Day.
Helps that the wreath is in polka dots and gold trim. And the pot of gold is green and shiny.
58. May you be guided by the ladder of luck this Saint Patrick’s Day.
There’s a lot of ladder sets for several occasions. But I just put this one up because I had a lot of wreaths already.
59. Looks like a we’ve found a leprechaun at his pot of gold.
I’m sure the gold coins are plastic and aren’t worth anything. But it’s a charming decoration nonetheless.
60. Nothing makes a leprechaun squirm like a large pot of gold.
Well, this is made from wood. But the green and shamrock give it a nice touch.
61. Hope this wooden leprechaun brings you great luck and good cheer.
Another wooden leprechaun. Then again, this one has more of a body. But his hat is definitely one you can see for miles.
62. A great St. Patrick’s Day wreath has lovely green felt flowers.
Well, if the flowers weren’t green it wouldn’t be for St. Patrick’s day. Love the button centers though.
63. This lucky sign includes a horseshoe for better days.
Well, it’s a pallet sign that’s not just for St. Patrick’s Day. Though St. Patrick’s Day is the perfect occasion for it.
64. You can’t celebrate St. Patrick’s Day without donning a pair of shamrock earrings.
They also consist of 4 leaves to bring luck to you. Perhaps luck that you won’t be found somewhere on the street after a day drinking.
65. For a necklace to match, this pendant will do quite nicely.
Well, certainly goes with the earrings. Though it has a crystal drop underneath. Etsy listing, by the way.
66. This Saint Patrick’s Day, it’s best you put your green flowers in beer mugs.
Because whiskey shot glasses wouldn’t be sufficient. At one hand, it’s clever. On the other hand, might evoke bad Irish stereotypes.
67. With 3 leftover Valentine’s Day wreaths, you can make a shamrock.
Well, this is a 3 leaf one with a large bow. Might contain a few pearls among the green though.
68. Show your love for the Irish with this Saint Patrick’s Day mailbox decoration.
Make sure you live in a neighborhood that doesn’t have mailbox smashers before you do this. Because it might not turn out quite well.
69. There’s nothing that expresses St. Patrick’s Day quite like Scrabble tiles.
Yes, is a nice display as anything. However, I don’t really approve using game tiles for craft projects for obvious reasons.
70. A Saint Patrick’s Day wreath always brings good luck when it contains flowers.
This one has green, white, and yellow flowers to match as well as a horseshoe. Lovely.
71. With this sign of luck, your Saint Patrick’s Day will never dim.
Since the word “luck” is in lights like a marquee. Even has a shamrock to mark the occasion.
72. There’s nothing more colorful on St. Patrick’s Day like a tulle rainbow wreath.
Has all the colors as well as white for cloud and some extra green. And it’s all tied in a shamrock bow.
73. A Saint Patrick’s Day tree should have a pot of gold on top.
Also, has to be decorated with shamrocks and fake gold coins, too. By the way, this was made from tinsel garland.
74. Don’t like wreaths? How about a Saint Patrick’s Day door hanging of daisies?
Guaranteed to make an impression on guests this March 17. Love the green bow.
75. On this decomesh hanging, you can find gold at the end of the rainbow.
Well, maybe not literally. But you’ll find plenty of shamrocks though.
76. Those with leftover Valentine’s Day baskets might want to make their own shamrock like this.
Even has shamrocks coming out of it, too. Love the rainbow bow.
77. A green burlap wreath can never have enough shamrocks.
And this one certainly has them. Some are around it while some come up from the bow.
78. A lucky charm wreath can always make Irish eyes smile.
For those who aim for more whimsical decorations, this one is certainly for you. It’s all green with bows, gold coins, and shamrocks.
79. For a more naturalistic Saint Patrick’s Day wreath, try one of green hydrangeas.
On second thought, green hydrangeas aren’t very naturalistic. Though the petals can pass as leaves here.
80. On Saint Patrick’s Day, leprechauns are always welcome.
And here we have a leprechaun welcome sign. Still, might want to start charging them if you want their gold.
81. Nothing makes your guests feel happy on St. Paddy’s day like this puppy bouquet.
Though an Irish wolfhound pup would’ve been more appropriate. But sometimes you have to take what you can get.
82. Greet visitors this Saint Patrick’s Day with a wreath of felt flowers and shamrocks.
Consists of flowers on top and shamrocks on the bottom. Think it’s quite charming and quaint.
83. Nothing brings the spirit of St. Patrick’s Day like a rainbow wreath and a pot of gold.
Well, this one’s in decomesh. But I couldn’t pass this one up on Pinterest for good reason.
84. With this St. Patrick’s Day ladder, every hour is happy hour.
Includes rainbow, shamrock, and a beer mug. Still, might bring you luck with “Irish You Were Beer.”
85. Leprechaun shoes are always great for flowers.
Might want to attach pinwheels now that you’re at it. Flowers are most likely fake though.
86. How about a tree with gold coins and shamrocks.
May not give you luck. But it would sure make a fine centerpiece at a party.
87. With this horseshoe, you’d have all the luck you need.
This one has only 3 shamrocks on it. But you also have to love the bows.
88. Capture the spirit of St. Patrick’s Day with a bouquet of shamrocks.
Because nothing denotes St. Patrick’s Day like it. Love how they’re in a bucket.
89. A shamrock hanging should always come with flowers.
Makes a nice bouquet doesn’t it? Even includes an Irish blessing.
90. Cuddle up this Saint Patrick’s Day with your very own button shamrock pillow.
The shamrock here is made of buttons of all sizes. Love it.
91. Show your love for St. Patrick’s Day with some Irish sheep.
You can tell they’re Irish because they have shamrocks on their butts. Okay, I was just kidding. Yet, these are quite original.
92. A St. Patrick’s Day birdhouse should always include a horseshoe.
Because a horseshoe is a sign of luck. The green paint job gives this one a rustic feel.
93. There’s nothing on Saint Patrick’s Day like this shamrock pillow.
Seems like it was based on a kid drawing. Then again, it’s probably part of the charm.
94. Nothing shows Irish pride like a quilt of the Emerald Isle.
Includes Irish features as you can see here along with the map of the land itself. Definitely a sight to behold.
95. Speaking of quilts, check out this shamrock one in purple.
Yes, I know the color isn’t quite right since it’s not green. But it includes shamrocks so it goes on this post.
96. Catch the sunlight with this shamrock suncatcher.
Contains a stained glass 4-leaf clover for the sun to shine through. Love it.
97. On this Saint Patrick’s Day wreath, what comes from a leprechaun’s hat comes down a rainbow.
And the rainbow leads to a pot of gold. Yes, I have a lot of wreaths on here. But I just couldn’t miss this one.
98. With this sign, may you always have luck on this St. Patrick’s Day.
This is from an Etsy listing. But you have to admire the artistic detail. Like the white shamrock.
99. Impress your lucky guests this Saint Patrick’s Day with this shamrock and coin table runner.
Great for parties and mantle displays. Though you might want to keep it away from the alcohol.
100. For calming words of wisdom, this glass block has an Irish blessing.
Great for added illumination during tough times like these. Lovely.
Lovely Paddy’s Day items! One small tip, though… Nobody in Ireland says “Top of the morning!” If you do, people will know immediately that you are not Irish 🙂