100 Best DIY St. Patrick’s Day Wreaths
Primarily an Irish holiday, many Americans have also picked up St. Patrick’s Day as their favorite. Known for partying, drinking and being a singles holiday, many love the exciting spirit St. Patrick’s day brings.
But how do you decorate for such a low key but an exciting holiday? The holiday entails rainbows, leprechauns and shamrocks, so bring all of these things to your holiday decor. ( by the way, if you are not feeling confident about the outcome, you can always shop some great decorations HERE )
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Consider some of these beautiful and easy do it yourself St. Patrick’s Day decorations.
If you are not sure you can manage to create a beautiful wreath by yourself, don’t worry!
You can find an amazing selection of St.Patrick’s Day wreaths – Here – there are some inexpensive ideas.
A Dollar Store Challenge
This easy to make wreath is constructed from felt shamrocks and a large green bow. It is simple but beautiful.
via DIY Playbook
Boxwood Clover Wreath
Boxwood plant is not just for Christmas. Bend it in a shamrock shape for a marvelous door wreath.
Burlap Shamrock Wreath
For a more country look, try this burlap wreath. Choose burlap with shamrocks for a country March decoration.
DIY Saint Patrick Day Mesh Wreath
Green mesh is the perfect base for a wreath. Then cover with felt shamrocks and a Happy St. Patrick’s Day sign.
via The Wreath Depot
DIY Saint Patrick’s Day Yarn Wreath
The ultimate St. Patrick’s Day wreath is a pile of different green-tinted yarn balls glued together in a circle.
via Heather and Evan
DIY Shamrock Wreath Patrick’s Day
If you don’t have quite enough burlap, or yarn or green ribbon; then just merge them all together for the best wreath. A wooden shamrock in the middle finishes the whole look.
via The CSI Project
DIY St. Patrick’s Day Burlap Wreath Felt Final
Find the pot at the end of the rainbow and put it on your St. Patrick’s Day door wreath. This wreath tells a story with the leprechaun hat at the top and the rainbow going to the pot of gold.
DIY St. Patrick’s Day wreath
The whole idea of St. Patrick’s Fay is a holiday of luck. So how about this door wreath made from green ribbon and a ‘lucky’ sign. Are you feeling lucky?
DIY Tutorial Saint Patrick’s Day Argyle
Argyle patterned yarn on a green shamrock door wreath completes the St. Patrick’s day look.
Dollar Store Shamrock Wreath
This easy to make yourself door wreath is a green shamrock with white ribbon bows.
Fabric Scrap St. Patrick’s Day Wreath
Have a lot of green fabric scraps sitting around? How about this green fabric scrap wreath. This is a simple and cheap decoration idea. Add a black ribbon on top to hang it.
Fabric Shamrock St. Patrick’s Day Wreath
This door wreath is made from green plants and green shamrocks. The white plant gives it a pop of color and a natural look.
Four Leaf Wreath
Viney plants are the perfect green color for making shamrock door wreaths.
Fur Yarn St. Patrick’s Day Wreath
For a more fun look, try this furry round St. Patrick’s door wreath. Complete with a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.
Happy Saint Patrick Wreath
This adorable wreath is constructed with a green ribbon and a commercial Happy St. Patrick’s Day sign.
via The Wreath Depot
Happy Saint Patrick Wreath
Add a little color flair with a black and white ribbon in between the green ribbon for this door wreath.
Leprechauns are a classic piece of St. Patrick’s Day. This door wreath has an orange fuzzy circle and green hat to make a cute leprechaun.
via Dollar Tree
Lucky Letters Patrick’s Day Wreath
Scrabble letters are a marvelous idea for adding the word Lucky to spice up a basic door wreath.
via A Few Shortcuts
Make Shamrock Wreath For St. Patrick’s Day
This is a very green fabric scrap wreath. The whole thing hangs from a green strip of fabric.
Monogrammed Shamrock Moss Wreath
You can find pieces of green moss at most major stores. Then cut it into a shamrock shape. You can add letters or other monograms to personalize the day.
Monogrammed Shamrock Boxwood Wreath
A wooden shamrock encircled in a green wired plant is a simple but marvelous door wreath.
Paper Shamrock Wreath
Bright green felt tied on a circle wire is a wonderful door decoration for March.
St. Patrick’s Day Paper Shamrock Wreath
Green cardstock can be bent and contoured into the perfect shamrock shape. Add flower-shaped paper in the middle and a button to complete the decoration.
via The Craft Patch
Pool Noodle St. Patrick’s Day Wreath
A thin black pool noodle shapes the perfect circle. Then using a ribbon you can argyle attach shamrock shapes onto the noodle. Hang it from your door to scream St. Patrick’s Day.
via DIY Network
Rainbow Balloon Wreath
Tie unblown up balloons on a circle shape to make a bright and colorful door decoration.
via Hoosier Homemade
Rainbow Yarn Wreath
With a pool noodle as a base, wrap a multi-colored string around it. Then add St. Patrick’s day themed decor, such as a shamrock and coins, in the middle.
Ribbon Tied Wreath
Using a white pool noodle as a base, tie St. Patrick’s colored ribbon around it. Point the bows upward to give it a flowery look.
Saint Patrick’s Day Clothespin Wreath
Start this wreath by painting basic wooden clothespins in St. Patrick’s day colors. Then pin them in a circular wire. And hang a shamrock in the middle.
Saint Patrick’s Day Dollar Store Mesh Wreath
You can purchase frilly St. Patrick’s Day shamrocks at the dollar store. Then you can tie a green ribbon around the edges for a perfect door decoration.
via Made in a Day
Saint Patrick’s Day Wreath
Using a styrofoam circle, glue green St. Patrick’s day themed fabric on. Then decorate with a ribbon and sign in the middle.
Saint Patrick’s Day Wreath Idea
Different colored green shamrocks cut from cardstock could be used to make a super simple door decoration.
Saint Patrick’s Day Wreath Tutorial
Tulle is a super sheer but very lovely crafting fabric. This door hanging ties green tulle bows around a circle.
Shamrock Noodle Wreath
Use wire to make the basic shamrock shape, then cover in wrapped green and dark yellow yarn.
Shamrock Welcome Wreath St. Patrick’s Day
For a more exciting door decoration try this. Add all sorts of green ribbon, bows and even white plants. Add a small welcome sign in the middle to complete the look.
This basic door wreath is a basic shamrock shape wrapped in green tape. The bow in the middle completes the simple look.
Split Pea Wreath
Glue green split peas on a circular wreath base. It makes it simple and easy to do yourself St. Patrick’s Day decoration.
St. Paddy’s Ribbon Wreath
Make this cute wreath by gluing ribbon in circle shapes. Then glue them onto a wreath base.
St. Patrick’s Day Ribbon Wreath
This wreath has a pattern of green ribbon bows and green/white ribbon bows. The pattern makes it very appealing to the eye.
St. Patrick Green Wreath Shamrock
This natural-looking wreath has green plant life but also brown stems. It gives St. Patrick’s Day a natural look.
St. Patrick’s Day Burlap Wreath
This very darling wreath is wrapped in basic burlap. The ribbon adds a pop of color and the green shamrocks complete the St. Patrick’s look.
via Flamingo Toes
St. Patrick’s Day Decor Wreath
Have an old black witches pot from Halloween? It makes the perfect pot for the end of the rainbow, or the center of this adorable wreath.
St. Patrick’s Day Felt Flower Wreath
Purchase some green flowers and green and white ribbon. The ribbon is a perfect base to wrap around a wreath base and the flowers add a classic touch.
St. Patrick’s Day Grapevine Wreath
Grapevine is a nice natural brown color. Then you can add shamrock green leaves and a rainbow. This gives it a St. Patrick’s Day look.
via Anika’s DIY Life
St. Patrick’s Day Holiday Wreath
Use many different sizes and colors of St. Patrick’s Day ribbon to make this frilly door wreath.
St. Patrick’s Day Paper Fan Wreath
Paper fans can be glued together in a circular form. Add brown and green shamrocks and brown and green ribbon to hang it.
St. Patrick’s Day Pom Pom Wreath
To make this fun and adorable door wreath, glue a ton of green-tinted and white pom poms on a styrofoam wreath. Add little shamrocks in the middle to really make it St. Patrick’s Day theme.
St. Patrick’s Day Rag Wreath
Old rags are really not good for anything but trash. But this wreath gives them a new purpose. Tie green and rainbow-colored rags to a wreath.
St. Patrick’s Day Shamrock Wreath
Cut a shamrock shape out of cardboard and add all sorts of green paper on top to give it a grassy look. Hang it with a burlap or ribbon.
via A Little Tipsy