Now I’ve been putting this off for awhile due to having to order a new charger that took a whole weekend to deliver. Nonetheless, between Valentine’s Day and early March, you’ll find plenty of Saint Patrick’s Day decorations consisting of green, shamrocks, leprechauns, pots of gold, rainbows, and more. Yet, while some may prefer to buy their St. Paddy’s Day décor for their home, many may want to make their own. And you can see many on Pinterest and Etsy for craft ideas. So for your reading pleasure, I give you another assortment of Saint Patrick’s Day crafts. Enjoy.
- Gnome leprechauns are just chilling.
These have beards of red, brown, and blond. Also, got to like the shamrocks and ladybugs on their green cone hats.
2. Welcome your guests with this St. Paddy’s Day hanging on the door.
Says “Happy St. Patrick’s Day” on the top. Consists of 3 fancy shamrocks, one with added decoration.
3. Celebrate this Saint Patrick’s Day with this deco mesh candle holder.
Contains shamrocks and gold plastic coins. Makes a great centerpiece on your Saint Patrick’s Day table.
4. Light up your St. Patrick’s Day with a couple of shamrock candle holders.
These have some shiny tinsel garlands inside. The shamrocks also sparkle.
5. Bring in the spirit of St. Patrick’s Day with this lucky wreath.
This one has a wooden shamrock near the top. While the bow looks quite interesting among the green foliage.
6. You might receive a lot of luck with this sign.
This is a white wooden sign that says “Luck.” Includes a green shamrock beside it.
7. Nothing makes a rustic St. Patrick’s Day like a burlap bow lantern.
Includes a shamrock that states, “Happy St. Patrick’s Day.” A simple design if there ever was one.
8. You’ll find the luck of the Irish in this wine bottle.
Though considering their history, I’m not sure if you’d want it. Seriously, Irish history is pretty depressing. Don’t say I didn’t warn you.
9. How about some more luck with green?
This sign has fake moss on it. Perfect to hang on your door during the month of March.
10. These leprechaun gnomes have the most unique hats.
I’m sure they’re made out of socks . Yet, you have to love how each one twists and turns. Also like the buttons.
11. Make your Saint Patrick’s Day festive with this flashy wreath.
Wonder if Joe Biden has a wreath like this. Given what the sign says. Contains a fancy pot of gold and a leprechaun.
12. Make your Saint Patrick’s Day shimmer with this jeweled tree.
It’s green with gold and green beads and chains. There’s also a cute leprechaun boy on the bottom.
13. Perhaps you’d like your St. Patty’s Day lantern to look more whimsical.
Wonder if the people of Whoville celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day. Since this would be a perfect decoration for them.
14. Bring in the Irish luck with this sign.
This one has a wooden “Lucky” sign on two fancy posts. Also include a couple of shiny shamrocks.
15. If leprechauns cross your path, take this pillow with you.
Since it says, “Leprechaun Crossing” on top. While on the bottom, it reads: “Caution: Mischief & Magic.”
16. You can’t have a Saint Patrick’s Day sign without shamrocks.
Says, “Happy St. Patrick’s Day” on a black block on the bottom. While 3 shamrocks sparkle on top.
17. Best of luck with this sign.
This one has “Lucky” on a wooden panel. And all but the “U” is painted green.
18. Show your Irish pride with this flag burlap wreath.
Well, it doesn’t bear an exact resemblance. But it’s quite close enough. Though white is both on top and bottom.
19. Bring some zest to your Saint Patrick’s Day with this wreath.
This one has some black branches, fancy black and green ribbon, shiny baubles, and a pot of gold. Perfect for any Saint Patrick’s Day door.
20. Perhaps you’d like a simple wreath of burlap.
This one is wrapped in burlap with green zigzags. Has 2 shamrock flowers and a bow on top.
21. Don’t forget to put on a leprechaun hat on your way out.
This one is crocheted and put on a headband. Perfect for an Irish lass who plans to hang out at an Irish bar.
22. A Saint Patrick’s Day wreath should have at least one leprechaun hat or a few.
This one has 3 in tinsel on the side. The other side contains flowers, gold coins, and a shiny bow.
23. You might want to get on the fancy side of your Irish luck.
This is a “welcome” wreath with a shamrock in the center. Also contains plastic gold coins and shamrock ribbons.
24. Care for a green ribbon wreath?
This one has ribbons in a variety of patterns. While this wreath is perfect for any craft Irish soul.
25. May this wreath bless your guests with an Irish welcome.
Has a smaller wreath of shamrocks in the middle. Also decked with ribbons and plastic gold coins.
26. You might think this leprechaun wreath will suit your fancy.
This one includes a leprechaun hat and legs. Also has a fancy bow on he left and sparkly shamrocks on the right.
27. For extra luck, tie 3 horseshoes together.
Okay, these are made of wood with fancy patterns. But they’ll certainly look good on your Saint Patrick’s Day mantle.
28. Care for a leprechaun bottle?
This wine bottle’s painted to depict a leprechaun. Includes a belt with a green felt hat.
29. Put your chocolate coins in this leprechaun pant treat bag.
You can even hold it by its suspenders. Still, while there are Saint Patrick’s Day themed candies, treats aren’t really a thing.
30. You’ll be lucky to write with a shamrock pencil.
Or are these shamrock sticks? Still, I don’t see an eraser on these. And they come in 2 genders apparently.
31. Welcome your St. Paddy’s Day guests with this rag wreath.
Well, these are ribbons tied on a ring together. Yet, this one seems quite easier to make than the other ones I’ve previously shown in this post.
32. Don’t like wreaths? Perhaps this leprechaun hat hanging will please you.
Though I think the hat is too big. As you can tell by the feet below.
33. Celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day with this elegant grapevine wreath.
Consists of green foliage, though I’m not sure if that’s clover or not. Yet, you have to love the great green bow on top. So pretty.
34. You’ll be charmed by this flowery wreath.
Well, the green flowers are at the bottom. As the top says, “Charmed” in garland flags.
35. Perhaps you prefer a more floral wreath for your Irish taste.
This one has a tinsel shamrock in the center that says, “Happy St. Patrick’s Day.” Also decorated with flowers and ribbons.
36. You might like this rustic wreath.
Not sure what this is exactly made of. Yet, this also includes 3 felt shamrocks with buttons.
37. An Irish lass needs a shamrock in her hair.
This hair clip is a 4-leaf shamrock in green felt. Has a gold button in the middle though.
38. Feel free to say “Happy St. Patrick’s Day” in blocks.
These are in different shades of green. While each is decorated with painted shamrocks, stars, and swirls.
39. Care for a St. Patty’s Day tub?
This one has 3 tiers with leprechauns, shamrocks and you name it. Makes a perfect table centerpiece, too.
40. A button shamrock is just as lucky.
This one is made from buttons of various shades of green. Also, make sure you have a frame, too.
41. No Irish lass should go to the St. Paddy’s Day parade without wearing this shirt.
This shirt depicts shamrocks. Yet, while it’s too long to be a regular shirt, it’s too short to be a dress.
42. Dress your door with this Saint Patrick’s Day decomesh wreath.
This one has a rather interesting looking shamrock in the center. Also consists of shiny balls and shamrocks.
43. Make the green stand out with this white St. Patrick’s Day tree.
Decorated with hats and shamrocks. A large felt leprechaun hat stands on top.
44. Be the ultimate Irish lass with these shamrock earrings.
Of course, I can’t wear these. Yet, the shamrocks on them can surely sparkle once you iron them on.
45. A St. Patrick’s Day wreath must put on the green.
This one has a leprechaun hat on top and a “Welcome” sign with shamrocks in the center. Also includes green flowers and a large green bow.
46. Don’t like wreaths? You might prefer a hanging like this.
This one has a little leprechaun gnome on top along with a sign saying “Home.” Also includes flowers, shamrocks, and a large green bow.
47. Keep your little leprechaun warm with this crocheted cap.
This one has a beard to keep your little one’s chin warm. So adorable.
48. You can’t celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day without a green decomesh wreath.
This one has shamrocks, jingles, leprechaun hats, and other decorations all over. Perfect for any Saint Patrick’s Day door.
49. Have a little luck on your car keys.
This key chain’s made out of a felt 4 leaf clover. Great for your Irish pub drinking buddy’s group designated driver.
50. Charm your Irish guests with this leprechaun hanging.
I mean Irish American guests. Irish people would look upon this leprechaun in dismay and offense. No matter how adorable it is.
51. You’ll be lucky to be Irish with this shamrock.
It’s made out of wood in green diamond pattern. Yet, you’ll see glints of gold here and there.
52. Grace your Irish door with this decomesh leprechaun wreath.
Has a green leprechaun hat on top and a pot of gold in the center. Also includes legs on the bottom and a green shamrock bow.
53. Care to plant some shamrocks in a flower pot?
This one is made from buttons of various shades of green. Also, make sure you have a frame, too.
54. A Saint Patrick’s Day wreath should always have shamrocks.
This is a yarn wreath with shamrocks tied on. Some even have glitter on them.
55. “Erin Go Bragh” with this horseshoe hanging.
Well, the horseshoe is rather rusty. Also contains 3 shamrocks that appear from a garden full of dead things.
56. Welcome your St. Paddy’s Day guests with this decomesh wreath.
This one has some weird gold balls on it. Says “Welcome” in the center and “Happy Go Lucky” on a shamrock at the bottom.
57. Care to put a leprechaun on your wreath?
This is a plush leprechaun with a felt beard. Wreath also has a green bow, pot of gold and shamrocks. So adorable.
58. Care for a green decomesh wreath on St. Patrick’s Day?
This one has all kinds of ribbons on it. Perfect to hang on your Irish wall or door.
59. Don’t forget to put in a shamrock hair clip.
This one has a more stylized felt shamrock. Decorated with beads and gold embroidery.
60. Grace your table this Saint Patrick’s Day with this shamrock table runner.
This is made from burlap. The shamrocks are painted in different shades of green.
61. Set your Guinness on a shamrock coaster.
Okay, maybe not one made from gold sequins. But close enough.
62. A green tulle wreath might suit your fancy.
This one has green strips of tulle hanging from a wire. A shamrock sits on the bottom.
63. You can’t go wrong with a pallet shamrock.
This one might make a good workshop project. Just cut the pallet into a shamrock and paint it green.
64. Grace your table with this Saint Patrick’s Day lantern.
This one features a glittery shamrock with a large green bow. Also includes white and green flowers.
65. You’ll be lucky with this leprechaun.
This one has a little hat with a shamrock and a “Lucky” sign. So cute.
66. Feel free to hang your hat at the door.
Okay, this is a wooden leprechaun hat. Yet, you can see it has a shamrock at the ribbon near the brim.
67. It’s not Saint Patrick’s Day without a leprechaun gnome.
This little guy has a long red beard and green hat. While he’s made out of felt.
68. How about some gold in a moss pot?
Has shamrocks on top, too. Also made to resemble a basket.
69. Every green wreath should have a few shamrocks.
This one has a ribbon wrapped around it and a hat on the bottom. Also includes 3 pairs of shamrocks with plastic gold coins.
70. You can sure use a hat. Or a few of them.
This one has 3 tinsel leprechaun hats stacked together on top of a large flower pot of gold. And yes, the pot’s even painted cold.
71. Care for a St. Patrick’s Day bouquet?
Consists of green and white flowers in a golden vase. Also includes a green shamrock and a big green shamrock bow.
72. Why have a pot of gold if you can have a chest?
After all, it’s much more secure. Also you can paint it green and decorate it with shamrocks if you want.
73. Hope you can read these Irish signs.
Let’s see there’s Leprechaun Village, End of the Rainbow, Shamrock Fields, and Pot O’ Gold. Not sure where to go exactly.
74. Feel free to plant in this leprechaun hat.
Since it’s actually a flower pot. But you can forget about anything sprouting from it this time of year. Since Saint Patrick’s Day is in March.
75. You can’t go wrong with a tinsel shamrock.
This one has shamrock ribbons and gold coins. But don’t forget a leprechaun hat on the top.
76. Grace your Saint Patrick’s Day door with this ivy wreath.
Well, ivy’s green. Also has a big shamrock bow on the bottom.
77. Now you can show your Irish love.
This one has green heart with a white 4-leaf shamrock. And yes, it’s in a wooden frame.
78. Nobody can resist these shag pillows.
They’re quite small. Yet, they depict shamrocks and leprechaun hats.
79. Feel free to sew in a shamrock.
This is an embroidery sampler depicting a 4-leaf clover. Great for hanging on any Saint Patrick’s Day wall.
80. My. that’s a very fancy shamrock.
This one has a polka dot shamrock in green with a striped and gold borders. Includes a bow on top.
81. You can’t have a St. Paddy’s Day tree without feathers.
Has a leprechaun hat and feet on it, too. Great for any St. Patrick’s Day mantle or table.
82. All a leprechaun gnome needs is a tinsel hat.
And yes, many might find it adorable. Wonder if he can see under the brim.
83. Feel free to put some flowers in a hat.
Yes, these flowers are in a leprechaun hat. Of course, they’re most likely fake but nonetheless whimsical.
84. Light up your St. Patrick’s Day with this 4-leaf shamrock light.
This one has lights as well as painted with glittery gold inside. Perfect for the outdoors.
85. You’ll be “Luckily Blessed” with this Saint Patrick’s Day wreath.
It’s a yarn wreath as you see. Has some green felt flowers on the bottom. So pretty.
86. Hope this sign makes you lucky.
This one has “Lucky” in block letters. While the “U” is a golden horseshoe.
87. Don’t forget to leave for the St. Patrick’s Day parade with this Leprechaun hat.
It’s a funky leprechaun hat with a yellow shamrock on top. Also includes a beard. Great for drunken revelry at O’Mally’s.
88. Nothing’s luckier than a rainbow pallet work of art.
This one has a rainbow painted with a white shamrock. Finally, a rainbow item for this craft post.
89. Feel free to plant with these rainbow flower pots.
Though each of these grow grass. Mostly because March is no time for flowers.
90. A simple white wreath will always do.
Well, it’s more of a fuzzy wreath. But it includes the shamrocks and gold coins you’d expect in any St. Patrick’s Day decoration.
91. Deck your St. Patrick’s Day home with this candle holder.
Has a gold ribbon and shamrock tied around it. The shamrock is quite fancy, too.
92. Perhaps a lot of shamrocks can bring you luck.
All of these are shown onto a board and made from green and yellow paper or cloth. “Lucky” is on the 4-leaf clover.
93. Care for a golden plate?
Okay, it’s made from plastic and spray panted. But there’s a shamrock o it that glitters.
94. A Saint Patrick’s Day wreath can always use some feathers.
Also doubles as a Mardi Gras wreath. Contains plastic gold coins all around.
95. There’s nothing more homey like a crocheted wreath for Saint Patrick’s Day.
Says “Lucky” at the center that’s hung by clothes pins. A pot of gold sits at the bottom along with gold coins all around.
96. A simple white wreath can always look festive.
Has a banner of shamrocks on top. Decorated with shamrocks and green flowers in felt and cloth.
97. “Get your green on” with this Saint Patrick’s Day wreath.
This one’s made of decomesh and ribbons. A green heart contains a golden shamrock, too.
98. Bring the luck in with this leprechaun hat and golden horseshoe.
And yes, the horseshoe’s made of real metal. Though not necessarily gold since they spray painted the gold on it.
99. Got a green bandana? Make a wreath out of it.
The bandana’s wrapped around the wreath. Has a black bow with a buckle on the bottom.
100. Feel free to put some flowers in this shoe.
This leprechaun shoe’s made from burlap and fake moss. Yet, it curls at the sole.