100 Best DIY St. Patrick’s Day Decor Ideas
The best way to decorate your home for St. Patrick’s Day is by Doing-It-Yourself as it gives you an emotional connection with the luckiest holiday. ( by the way, if you are not feeling confident about the outcome, you can always shop for some great decorations HERE )
Did you know that St. Patrick Day is of Irish origin and has a basis in Christianity?
St. Patrick was a young man who was captured into slavery. Then he returned after growing up to try and convert his captors to Christianity.
Today’s St. Patrick’s Day is often celebrated with red-haired leprechauns and lots of Irish beer. More common appearances of St. Patrick’s Day is green shamrocks and pots of gold.
Decorate your house to fit the season with these great do-it-yourself decorations.
1. Felt Shamrock Wreath
Felt can make perfect shamrocks. Cut out shamrocks and glue them on a wreath base to make this St. Patrick’s Day wreath.
via DIY Playbook
2. Balloon Shamrock Backdrop
Planning a St. Patrick’s Day party? Make this perfect balloon backdrop. Glue green balloons in a shamrock shape.
3. Case Of Clovers
Cut small clovers from paper and arrange them in a shadow box. Add the word Lucky for this St. Patrick’s Day decoration.
via Flamingo Toes
4. Clay Pot Leprechaun Hat Craft
Paint a clay pot green and put a belt buckle on the front. They look like perfect little leprechaun hats.
5. DIY Easy Paper Clover Ornament
To make a simple clover from paper, cut out heart shapes. To give the 3D effect, fold and tape the hearts. Then add a stem to complete the clover.
via Useful DIY
6. DIY Four Leaf Clover Sign
Paint wooden hearts green. Then arrange them together with the hearts pointing inward. It creates a four-leaf clover.
via A Night Owl Blog
7. DIY Lucky Pillow for St. Patrick’s Day
This simple Dollar Tree pillow can be turned into St. Patrick’s Day decoration themed by sewing on clovers and the word lucky.
via Jedi Craft Girl
8. DIY St. Patrick Rainbow Wreath
The rainbow and pot of gold is an exciting piece of St. Patrick’s Day. Try putting colored paper on a door wreath. Then add clouds and the pot of gold.
9. DIY St. Patrick’s Day Burlap Wreath Felt
For a more country look, wrap a door wreath in burlap. Then add the rainbow and pot of gold.
10. DIY St. Patrick’s Day Pinata
Pinatas aren’t just for birthdays. Check out this perfect shamrock pinata for any St. Patrick’s Day celebration.
11. DIY St. Patrick’s Day Shamrock Balloons
The Dollar Store has great shamrock balloons. Add green ribbon and a bag of gold to hold the balloon down.
12. DIY St. Patrick’s Day Sign Idea
This DIY sign is made from green and white paint. The green and white pattern is painted over a LUCKY sign.
13. DIY Wood Shim Shamrock
Shamrocks can also have a rustic look. This shamrock is made from old barn wood.
14. Easy Framed Moss Shamrock
Moss is the perfect green for St. Patrick’s Day decor. Cut the moss into a shamrock shape and frame it.
via Stow and Tellu
15. Easy Painted St. Patrick’s Day Vases
Buy cheap vases from the Dollar Store and paint them green. They are a simple decoration that can be placed anywhere.
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16. Easy St. Patrick’s Day Gift
Have a few house plants? Place them in a homemade leprechaun hat potter.
17. Fabric Scrap St. Patrick’s Day Wreath
This simple wreath is made from many multi-green colored fabric strips.
18. Four Leaf Clover Wreath
Use wire greenery to make a shamrock shape. This creates a simple door hanging.
19. Glitter Leprechaun Hat
A simple clear solo cup can be filled with green glitter paint. Put a buckle on the front for a cheap leprechaun hat.
20. Glitter Shamrock Moss Art
Moss is the perfect background for a gold shimmering shamrock. The rustic frame completes the look.
via Oh My Creative
21. Glittered Shamrock Bouquet
Make glitter shamrocks from cardstock. Then skewer them and arrange them like a bouquet.
22. Glittered Horseshoe Garland
Horseshoes scream St. Patrick’s Day. Cut them from cardstock and then you can make a holiday garland.
23. Gold and Glitter for St. Patrick’s Day
Gold mason jars filled with white or green flowers create a perfect table centerpiece.
24. Green Ball Jar Centerpiece
Fill ball jar with something green. Add burlap and white flowers for a St. Patrick’s Day rustic look.
25. How To Make a Paper Strip Shamrock
Fold strips of paper into heart shapes. Then glue those heart shapes together. Then add a stem for a shamrock paper.
via Sugar Bee Crafts
26. How To Make Paper Shamrocks
Using multi-colored but green toned paper, fold hearts. Connect those hearts together and add stems. You can use these perfect green shamrocks for a garland or just a table centerpiece.
via Hoosier Homemade
27. Irish Coffee Mugs
Dollar Store mugs can be used as a base. Then using sharpie add St. Patrick’s Day designs. Bake them at 425 for 15 minutes to set the sharpie.
28. Leprechaun Belt Cups
Green Dollar Store cups are perfect for a St. Patricks theme. Then add black leprechaun belts.
29. Leprechaun Lunch Party
This is the perfect photo background. The balloons frame the “kiss me I’m Irish” wording. The jars are filled with multi-green colored decor.
via Catch My Party
30. Lucky Im In Love With My Best Friend Printable
Do you have a lover to celebrate? This is a simple decoration idea. Just frame a small sign that says Lucky, In love with my best friend.
31. Lucky Pallet Sign
For a rustic decoration idea, sand down a piece of a pallet and glue on green LUCKY letters.
via Ribbons and Glue
32. Lucky Penny Letters
Purchase oversized LUCKY letters. Then glue on pennies to look like the gold from a leprechaun pot.
via Made by Marzipan
33. Lucky Printable Decor
Try printing this LUCKY wording. Then add a plethora of green decor around it for a simple and cheap decoration.
34. Mini St. Patrick’s Day Banner Lucky Us
Print off the LUCKY US wording on cardstock. Then cut the paper into triangles. Then you can string them together as a mini banner.
35. Monogrammed Shamrock Moss Wreath
The Dollar Store sells green moss shamrocks. Then you can add a letter for a personalized door decor.
36. Moss Placements
Mini moss plants are perfect for St. Patrick’s Day. Then make mini name banners for place cards for a party.
via Bespoke Decor
37. No-Sew Shamrock Table Runner
Cut from felt this shamrock table runner for your St. Patricks party. Then add a glass jar filled with coins.
via Ribbons and Glue
38. Paper Shamrocks and Gold Coin Garland
Cut shamrocks from cardstock then slice them in the middle. Slide them together to create the 3D look. Then string them with coins for a St. Patrick’s Day garland.
via Hoosier Homemade
39. Pom Pom and Glitter Shamrocks Garland
Cut shamrocks from green cardstock. Then string together with green pom poms.
40. Pom Pom Garland
Burlap with gold coloring is very rustic. Paired with green pom pom garland it is the perfect photo background.
41. Pretty Gold Foil Clover Printable
This photo frame has white paper and a gold shamrock. It is a classy decoration.
42. Printable St. Patrick’s Day Napkin Wraps
For a silverware holder, use green cardstock. Add different St. Patrick’s Day shapes and quotes.
via The Craft Patch
43. Rainbow Fringe and Coins Garland Backdrop
Use multi colored garland to make a rainbow. Then add white clouds at top for a perfect cake table backdrop.
via Sweet Lulu
44. Rainbow Garland
Make rainbow pom poms from different colored paper. Then string together for a rainbow decoration.
45. Rainbow Glitter Vase
Use glitter and glue to make a rainbow on the outside of a cup. Then add gold rolos as gold in the cup.
via Honey Bear Lane
46. Rainbow Theme St. Patrick’s Day Mantel
Rainbow colored paper is the perfect garland for a LUCKY sign. It goes well across a mantel.
47. Rainbow Wall Art
This kid friendly decoration has a rainbow in the background and the word celebrate in front. The shamrock tops off the St. Patrick’s look.
48. Ribbon Tied Wreath
Using a base of a wreath, add rainbow colored fabric strips to make a wreath.
49. Saint Patrick’s Day Wreath
Simply wrap St. Patrick’s Day wreaths with green fabric. Then add a bow and lucky sign.
50. Shamrock Balloons
You can shape small balloons into a heart shape. Then connect them all together to make a shamrock shape.
via Oh Happy Day
51. Shamrock Burlap Banner
Paint green and white shamrocks on a burlap banner. It creates a simple and classy mantel decoration.
52. Shamrock Coasters
Cut shamrocks from felt for an easy glass coaster.
53. Shamrock Dishes and Plates
Around St. Patrick’s Day, the dollar store will stock these great green plates and shamrock bowls.
54. Shamrock Garland Patrick
Use cardstock to create shamrocks. String them together to create a shamrock garland.
55. Shamrock Mason Jars
Paint the inside of ball jars gold and then add small green shamrocks. They are perfect for flower arrangements or just for a classy decoration.
56. Shamrock Noodle Wreath
Use wire to make a shamrock shape. Then wrap with green string.
57. Shamrock St. Patrick’s Day Ombre Specimen Art
Cut shamrocks from different toned paper. Then arrange them from darkest to lightest to look like an ombre St. Patrick’s Day decoration.
via Lolly Jane
58. Shamrock String Art
Nail tiny nails in a shamrock shape on a board. Then wrap green string around the nails.
via Kim Six Fix
59. Shamrock tinted mason jar craft idea
Paint the inside of ball jars green and gold. Then paint shamrocks of the opposite color on the outside.
via Mom 4 Real
60. Shamrock Wreath St Patrick
For a simple door hanging, glue white fabric on a wreath base. Then add a shamrock shape with split peas for the green color.
61. St. Paddy’s Ribbon Wreath
Wrap a bunch of different toned green ribbons in tight circles. Then glue all together on a wreath base.
62. St. Patrick’s Day Ribbon Wreath
This simple door wreath is made from many different tones of ribbon bows.
63. St. Patrick Framed Printable
Print out this adorable sign. Then frame. It is a simple and loving St. Patrick’s Day decor.
via The Craft Patch
64. St. Patrick Luck Marquee Sign
Paint an old milk crate white. Then paint a Lucky sign on it in green. Add green shamrocks.
65. St. Patrick Rainbow Sand Art Terrarium
Fill a glass flower vase with multi-colored sand to look like a rainbow. Then add skewered shamrocks as the flowers.
via Average Inspired
66. St. Patrick’s Day Apothecary Jars
Rustic apothecary jars look sweet with multi-colored marbles in them. Top them off with a bow.
via Uncommon Designs
67. St. Patrick’s Day Burlap Wreath
Wrap a wreath base with burlap. Then add a rainbow, shamrocks and even a pot of gold if you want.
via Flamingo Toes
68. St. Patrick’s Day Centerpiece
Start with a flower pot and paint it green. Add a buckle and flowers at the top.
69. St. Patrick’s Day Clothesline Art
Cut mini green hearts from cardstock. Then string them together across a picture frame.
70. St. Patrick’s Day Deco Mesh Candle Centerpiece
This elaborate centerpiece is made with green and yellow ribbon. Then put some green decor items in the candle jar.
71. St. Patrick’s Day Hat Centerpiece
Use green cardstock to make a circle. Then place it perpendicularly on a flat round piece of cardstock. Add a buckle to make a leprechaun hat.
72. St. Patrick’s Day Lucky Burlap Mantel
Make this simple St. Patrick’s Day banner with string and burlap. Then add gold jars with white flowers and a lucky sign to create the whole look.
73. St. Patrick’s Day Lucky Shamrock
This simple print out is made by printing the shamrocks and wording. Then cutting it out. Then glue on a white background and frame it.
74. St. Patrick’s Day Mantel Decor
Print out this wordy sign and frame it. Then place it on your mantel with other green and St. Patrick’s Day decor.
via Eighteen 25
75. St. Patrick’s Day Ombre Art
Cut out medium-sized shamrocks from multi-toned cardstock. Then hang them in succession from lightest to darkest.
76. St. Patrick’s Day Pot of Gold
Using a small flower pot, paint it black with a gold shamrock. Then fill it with rolos.
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77. St. Patrick’s Day Rustic Centerpiece
For a rustic look, paintball jars with white paint. Wrap with burlap and put LUCK on the outside.
78. St. Patricks Day Shadow Box Decor
Fill a shadow box with shamrocks. Then put feeling’ Lucky on the outside.
via Oh My! Creative
79. St. Patrick’s Day Shamrock Tree
Cut shamrocks out of felt. Then glue them all together in a tree shape.
via Lolly Jane
80. St. Patrick’s Day Vase Centerpiece
For a green centerpiece, fill a vase with green colored marbles. Then add twigs and glue shamrocks on the twigs to look like shamrock tree leaves.
81. St. Patrick’s Day Wine Bottle Centerpieces
Have some extra wine bottles? Paint them green and add leprechaun belts.
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82. St. Patrick’s Day Wood Shim Pallet Signs
Take wood shims and connect them together. Then paint them green and white and add a shamrock.
83. St. Patrick’s Fabric Scrap Shamrock Door Hanger
Cut a shamrock out of a piece of cardboard. Then add green fluff to the shamrock to give it a 3D shape. It creates a complete door hanging.
via A Little Tipsy
84. St. Patty Paper Flower Wreath
Using cardstock strips wrap them into circles. Then glue them on a shamrock. It creates a flower-shaped shamrock.
via Sugar Bee Crafts
85. St. Patty’s Wreath Crochet
Are you good at crocheting? Crochet a cover for a wreath base from rainbow-colored yarn. Then add a green shamrock and a pot of gold.
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86. Striped St. Patrick’s Day Wreath
Wrap green and white yarn around a base for a wreath. Then add a white bow and white flowers. A simple but pretty St. Patrick’s Day wreath.
87. Thrifty St. Patrick’s Day Centerpiece
Purchase candle holders from the dollar store. Then add white candles and green split peas around the candle.
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88. Tissue Paper St. Patrick’s Day Garland
Tie different toned green paper onto a string. In the end you will have a fluffy garland.
via Penny Drawer
89. Topiary Crepe Paper Rosettes
Using a styrofoam ball as a base, wrap the green paper around it. Then skewer it and put it in a green vase.
90. Treat Cups for St Patricks-Day Leprechaun Hats
Green Dollar Store cups are great but they are even better with black and gold leprechaun belts. Then fill with popcorn and gold candy.
91. Tulle St. Patrick’s Day Wreath
Use tulle on a wreath base to make this fluffy door hanging.
via A Night Owl
92. Vintage Map Clover Banner
To make a vintage garland, use vintage maps with green shamrocks glued on top.
via Lil Luna
93. Wreath Shamrock
Make this wreath by using a white base. Then glue green split peas in a shamrock shape. Attach that to the wreath.