Crafting is such a great way for us moms to de-stress and have some fun. Whether its having craft night with your closest girl friends and a bottle of wine, or crafting while your little one is taking a nap, it’s great to use the creative side of our minds. With St. Patrick’s Day coming up soon, it is the perfect time to get your craft on and we’ve found some extremely cute ones that’ll really bring in the holiday cheer to your home this year.
1. Leprachaun’s Hat pot
How cute is this little Leprachaun hat made from a flower pot? It would look so awesome on top of a mantel next to some other St. Patty’s Day decor. Since these pots come in all sizes you could make a small version or a really cute large version. It’s up to you, but just remember to have some fun!
(Check out the Life in Wonderland blog for the full tutorial on how to make this adorable craft along with lots of other great event planning ideas).
2. Four Leaf Clover Canvas
I don’t know about you but I love canvas art, especially when it’s art that I can make! This craft is definitely going on my to do list. It’s so simple and that nail head design is to die for! You could even do it with gold nail heads which will really tie into the whole lucky gold theme of St. Patrick’s Day. This print would look so cute hanging up in your home this holiday.
(If you’re looking for more great DIY crafts or for the full tutorial for this one, check out Roubinek Reality which has lots of great ideas and inspiration for moms).
3. Shamrock Bouquet
I love a good bouquet as decor, especially when it’s not your typical flower bouquet, but more of an abstract, artistic bouquet like this one. This shamrock bouquet would look so adorable on your mantle with some other holiday decor.
(Check out Plain Vanilla Mom for the full tutorial as well as other craft, recipe, and kid friendly ideas).
4. Shamrock Banner
Banners are all the rage right now when it comes to home decor, especially one hanging from a beautiful mantle. This one would look so adorable with the previous crafts we’ve looked at. Getting excited to craft yet? I know I am! I can’t wait to make this one for my home.
(If you’re dying to make this banner, check out Lil’ Luna for the full tutorial as well as great recipes and DIY projects).
5. Lucky Penny Letters
I cannot even begin to tell you how much I love this craft. It is so perfect for St. Patrick’s Day. The wording, the coins; it’s just all so perfect and it’ll look great standing alone or with some other holiday decor.
(If you are interested in seeing the full tutorial for these adorable lucky penny letters, head over to Made By Marzipan where you can find hundreds of other cute craft and DIY ideas).
6. St. Patty’s Day Wreath
One of my favorite things about holidays is getting to make festive wreaths and then hanging them on my door for not only our family to enjoy, but for the whole neighborhood to feel the holiday spirit. This one from the DIY Playbook is just too cute, and so simple! It’ll really brighten up anyone’s front door.
(Head on over to the DIY Playbook to see the full tutorial for this wreath as well as all the DIY/craft ideas that your heart desires).
7. Framed Lucky Sign
Wouldn’t you love for the mantle in your home to look like this one? It’s so adorable. As much as I love all the crafts in this photo, I really love the “lucky” sign. It’s looks incredibly sophisticated, but also very simple. It would add such an elegance to your St. Patrick’s Day decor.
(Check out Landee See Landee Do if you’re looking for the tutorial for this “lucky sign” as well as other great home decor, holiday ideas, recipes, and so much more).
8. St. Patrick’s Day Garland
Garland as part of your home decor is always a good idea, especially when it involves using pom poms. Pom poms are so “in” right now, so having this adorable garland hanging up will make your home look very fashionable.
(For the tutorial on how to make this garland head on over to Honest to Nod and while you’re there check out the other fabulous craft and DIY ideas they have and try out some of their great recipes, too).
More St. Patrick’s Day fun!