St. Patrick’s Day is in the air and you have all the reason to welcome it. Irish or not, this festive day is meant to inspire the fun side of you. So, where do you start?
You may start with the very basic: the clover leaves. This rainbow three-leaf clover sprig combines the St. Patrick shamrock and the leprechaun’s rainbow. All you need to do is find a sturdy cardboard, and cut it into the shape of a shamrock. This project is meant to be big so that you can hang or frame it on the wall. This could also serve as the main door décor to welcome guests into your place.
Once you have your shape, glue some colorful squares of paper on it, carefully overlapping each over the other to achieve a balanced rainbow effect.
Another thing you can do is make something green and earthy to give your place a really Irish atmosphere. This beautiful Ireland-in-a-Bottle looks really inspiring but it’s not that hard to make.
Simply fins a jar lying around the kitchen, a couple of medium sized stones, and a bunch of smaller stones. Scrape some moss from the garden and and wrap it around the bigger stones. On top, line up your smaller stones and put those sheep beside those stones. You can make these sheep from cottonballs or yarn.
Another project to remind you of Ireland is this framed shamrock on grass. You can just cut out a light colored paper into a shamrock and put it on top of the framed grass. If you have an old frame and some grass readily available from the yard, this project shouldn’t take up much of your time.
You may also decorate your table with shamrocks by gluing felt or paper shamrocks on your mugs or glasses.
Here is an example of shamrock on a mug. It’s very easy to make and it will be prettier with some glittery glue around it. You may also use some glittery foam to make it more fun and magical.
The same cutout can be used in making this easy St. Patrick door wreath. Use only sturdy cardboard or foam so that they would hold up when glued together. In this wreath project, a lightweight ribbon is used to accent the décor.
A St. Patrick outfit could also help you liven up the place. If you’re celebrating with family and friends, you can be a fun host and wear a shamrock on your shirt.
This shamrock shirt is easy to make and looks really cute. You’ll just need a cutout, place it on the shirt and spray green dye over it. Once you remove the cutout, your shamrock shirt will be ready to wear.
St. Patrick can be the perfect time to decorate your garden with a stylish green animal from Infinytoon.us, just look at this huge snail, it will fit perfectly in your garden. You can also add a shamrock on it. Like for the shirt, you’ll just need a cutout, place it on the snail and spray green dye over it. Once you remove the cutout, your shamrock snail will be ready to decorate your home interior or garden!
Finally, one quick and easy way to decorate for St. Patrick’s is by hanging a green banner. With just a template for your banner, you can decorate a huge space with just so little work. These banners will surely help you get creative. There are hundreds of ways to make a St. Patrick banner. So, feel free to get some ideas from these ones:
This green banner is make of plain green paper with two circular cutouts in the center. Of course, don’t forget your four-leaf shamrock for luck.
The next banner is made of smaller printed out cards and laces. It’s simple enough to be placed on a table without competing with your green, more brightly colored decors.
At last but not least St. Patrick can be the perfect time to decorate your garden with a stylish green animal from Infinytoon.us, just look at this huge snail, it will fit perfectly in your garden. You can also add a shamrock on it. Like for the shirt, you’ll just need a cutout, place it on the snail and spray green dye over it. Once you remove the cutout, your shamrock snail will be ready to decorate your home interior or garden!
With these super easy St. Patrick DIY projects, you can have the most amazing Irish holiday in no time.