4. Shamrock Wreath
Shamrocks, of course, are the universal symbol for St. Patrick’s Day, so why not make a wreath in the shape and throw it on your door? It perfectly represents the holiday and looks fun, too. This particular wreath was made from styrofoam and fabric scraps, but you can even use scraps of cardboard and tissue paper! It’s a really easy and cheap craft, which is always a plus in my book.
(A Little Tipsy is a fun website that’s full of creative tips and ideas for craft and DIY projects).
5. Lucky Wreath
I have a confession to make: I am a sucker for wreaths. I just love them. I can never decide on one single wreath for any holiday, so I always end up having multiples and I put them on my front door, on the doors in my house, and on the walls. Sometimes I’ll even rest them on the mantle. They are just fun and easy to make and they look so welcoming and inviting, especially on a front door. This wreath is very simple to make because all you need is some green tinsel that you’ll most likely be able to find at the dollar store, then cut out a cute little banner and tie it on! So easy and so festive.
(You’ll also find lots of DIY ideas, craft projects, great recipes, sewing tutorials and more at The Happy Scraps).
6. Lucky Milk Glass
Just like I love wreaths, I also love milk glass. There’s just something about the milky, white glass containers that I love so much. They look so clean, elegant, and you can do so many things with them. You can create your own St. Patrick’s Day version of a milk glass vase with a clear, glass vase, some white paint, and some gold paint for the shamrock. Keep it simple like this, or add more colors and designs on it if you like. Just make it your own and have fun.
(You Stir Me is a great personal blog dedicated to things in life that inspire us like crafts, beauty, fashion, and more).