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If eating a bunch of St. Patrick’s Day food isn’t your idea of a celebration, then try crafting these St. Patrick’s Day decorations instead! My husband is half-Irish, so we go all out every year for our St. Patrick’s Day celebration.
To attract all the luck and light you need, here are fantastic St. Patrick’s Day decorations!
St. Patrick’s Day decorations can range from simple ones made of paper or more elaborate ones like this ‘Lucky’ sign made of pallet wood. There’s no limit to the fun and adornment when it comes to this special day.
Mason jars have been the toast of DIY projects for a long time. It’s no surprise you can use them to make St. Patrick’s Day decorations as well.
These shamrock mason jars make great table centerpieces. Add a bouquet of flowers for more flair.
What’s a celebration without some balloons? It doesn’t have to be a children’s party; there’s a place for your love for balloons even on St. Patrick’s Day.
Get friends to help you out in making these shamrock balloons!
Hanging this St. Patrick’s Day paper wreath on your front door is like welcoming luck and light into your humble abode. And who doesn’t want a good and fun life?
This St. Patrick’s Day decor might be the simplest but definitely the most charming. It’s also a great way to boost the holiday spirit as well.
While St. Patrick’s Day decorations are about innovation and creativity, it’s still nice to follow tradition in your own way. What’s a St. Patrick’s Day celebration without a pot of gold? It’s simply the best part. Your kids will love munching on these gold pieces.
Looking for decor that’s a little extra? There’s nothing bolder and louder than these ‘Lucky’ penny letters. It simply screams St. Patrick’s Day.
If this doesn’t get you all the luck you need, I don’t know what will. Go Here
Knowing that St. Patrick’s Day is near means springtime is also fast approaching. So if you’re up for decorating with greens, this three-leaf clover shadow box would be a great idea, to begin with. Make it more special by hiding one four-leaf clover in a box full of three-leafs!
Not really a big fan of the color green? How about a nice printable St. Patrick’s Day wall decor instead?
All you need to do is right-click on the photo and save the image. This printable goes with gold glitter dots and reads “Wishin’ you a pot o’ gold and all the joy your heart can hold.” Try to add just a little bit of greenery in the background to symbolize the coming spring. Go Here
Kids will enjoy this leprechaun hat treat cup for their classroom party. Give them a chance to have fun by helping create this adorable headpiece idea for St. Patrick’s Day.
Fill the hat with colorful treats like rainbow jelly beans, popcorn, and gold caramel chocolates to celebrate the holiday.
Spruce up your party table with St. Patrick’s Day napkin wraps! You don’t need to spend too much to make the holiday special. These napkin wraps are so cute, they’ll make your family dinner extra fun and memorable for everyone. Check out this link to download the printables.
We already have a knitting project on this list and it would be nice to have something for sewing as well. If you love throw pillows, this is certainly an idea you would want to work on. Sew the word “Lucky” and some cute clover designs on the pillow or feel free to customize with your own wonderful on-theme ideas. Accent your living room with several of these pillows for a memorable St. Patrick’s Day holiday celebration.
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