How to make DIY Decor quickly and beautifully for St. Patricks Day or just to spring up your home for March.  You’ll love these free printable March decor, how to decorate for St. Patricks Day parties, shamrock and fun lucky crafts.  Put a wreath on the door, throw a party, or just add a splash of green to your house.  The leprechauns will know you celebrate St. Patricks Day and just maybe visit your home!  {wink}

Create a new St. Patrick tradition or do a simple activitiy for kids with these awesome March crafts! Use these pictured instructions to make shamrocks, decorations, a pot of gold, rainbowsprintable games and activities for kids, and even several ways to catch a Leprechaun! 

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St. Patrick Day Printables

1.  Striped Shamrock Printables Set ~ Welcome the luck of the Irish into your home with an adorable printable St. Patrick’s Day decoration.  These 8×10 black & white and green & white striped “Lucky” printables are perfect to frame next to pictures of your loved ones for the holiday to spread some St. Patty’s Day cheer.

2.  Lucky Shamrock Printable ~ Add this fun splash of green to your St. Patrick’s Day decor.  It would also be cute shrunk down and made into St. Patty’s Day greeting cards for your friends.

3.  Lucky Subway Art ~ This printable is more than just words about St. Patrick’s day. Its a cute limerick put together like Subway art! The final is 8in by 10in so to fit into common frames.

4.  You’re My Lucky Charm Printable ~ Welcome the luck of the Irish into your home with an easy printable St. Patrick’s Day decoration. This green and white “You’re My Lucky Charm Printable is perfect to frame next to pictures of your loved ones for the holiday and would also make a great printable greeting card or gift tag to spread some St. Patty’s Day cheer.

5.  Kiss Me St. Patrick’s Day Printable ~ I love the whole “Kiss Me, I’m Irish” thing, except I’m not actually Irish. {boo} So this sign is perfect. It simply states Kiss Me.

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March Crafts

6.  DIY St. Patrick’s Day Garland ~ Different shades of green felt circles make this festive St. Patrick’s Day garland. It’s a great project to enlist your child’s help. 

7.  March Burlap Mantel Decor ~ Decorate your mantel for the month of March in a gold and green color palette.  Polka dots and stripes were painted on burlap to make beautifully framed prints and a banner.

8.  Lucky in Love Sign ~ A simple stencil and wood block craft that will beautifully decorate your home this March.  You could even use it year round.

9.  LUCKY St. Patrick’s Day Banner {how to} ~ To make this burlap and fabric banner you might already have all of the materials on-hand, it’s super inexpensive, and I guarantee it’ll bring a smile to your face.  The best part is that you can make it in under 30 minutes.  Get into the spirit of St. Patrick’s Day with this fun banner!

10.  Tassel Garland ~ Embroidery thread. Check. Gold ribbon and twine. Check.  Hot glue gun.  Check.  You’re set to make this easy peasy garland.

11.  St. Patrick’s Day Clay Pots ~ Dollar store clay pots are given a new look with gold and white paint. 

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St. Patricks Day Party Decor

12.  St. Patrick’s Day Party Printable Set ~ All the printables you’ll need to decorate a St. Patrick’s Day party are included in this free set.  They include party circles, a banner, water bottle wrappers, favor tags, food tent cards, straw flags and an 8×10 free printable St. Patrick’s Day sign. 

13.  Rainbow Shamrock Banner ~ Quick and easy St Patrick’s Day rainbow banner.  This was crazy simple. One sheet of felt in red, orange, yellow, green, blue and violet provided more than enough length to swag on my mantle.

14.  Shamrock Streamers ~ With Valentine’s Day behind us, it’s time to break out the St. Patrick’’s Day goodies. Get into the spirit with this shamrock banner. Simply cute and hang up to decorate your home.

15.  Four Leaf Clover Wreath ~ Using clippings from shrubs in your yard you can make this festive four leaf clover wreath to hang on your door.

16.  Shamrock Banner ~ Constructing a Shamrock Banner or Bunting for St. Patrick’s Day using paper hearts is super easy and inexpensive! You probably even have all the materials you’ll need at home already. Grab the kids and make an adorable banner that is sure to bring you luck! 

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St Patrick Day Crafts

17.  Wood Shim Pallet Art {St. Patrick’s Day} ~ A packet of wood shims from the local hardware store and craft paint can make these festive pallet artwork pieces.  From the chevron stripes to the string art, I love them all!

18.  Rainbow Trees ~ Add a little dazzle to your St. Patrick’s Day decor with these Rainbow Trees.  Felt circles are glued in a rainbow pattern on cone shaped styrofoam.

19.  Lucky Shamrock’s St. Patrick’s Day Wreath ~ This is a complete pictured tutorial on how to make a St. Patrick’s Day shamrock wreath out of felt and burlap.  

20.  Simple Clover Leaf Bouquet ~ Create a simple clover leaf bouquet using supplies from your stash. Perfect for a St. Patrick’s Day centrepiece and easy enough for the kids to make too!

21.  DIY Shamrock Canvas Art ~ A simple and easy St. Patrick’s Day canvas artwork than can be made in a few simple steps.  All you need is a canvas, thumb tacks, craft paint and painter’s tape.

22.  Plywood & Moss Shamrock Wreath {St. Patrick’s Day Decor} ~ This shamrock wreath is perfect to display for the upcoming St. Patrick’s Day holiday! Use this tutorial to create one for your front door! Great to use year after year!

 

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Be sure to check out the Tip Junkie St. Patrick’s Day projects for decorations, party ideas, free printable Valentines, and kids craft ideas.

  

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