March is almost here and that means it’s time to start getting ready for St. Patrick’s day. To get your creative juices flowing, here are some easy St. Patrick’s Day crafts to make this weekend!
St. Patrick’s Day is one of the few holidays where I am all about the clothes and accessories. I have owned countless Hello Kitty shirts themed for the holiday and love creating my own unique accessories to wear.
Even now when I don’t go anywhere to celebrate, I still love getting dressed up with the kiddos and parading around the house blasting Flogging Molly. Something about the whole thing is simply a blast.
Before I start sharing new St. Patrick’s Day crafts with you on Friday, I wanted to kick off the week with some crafts that you can get started on right now.
You have to love the endless possibility of dollar store finds, like this easy (not-to-mention, budget-friendly) St. Patrick’s day wreath. It’s the perfect way to dress up your door for the holiday.
Of course, you can’t forget the mantle. This wood shim shamrock would look great with any decor.
When you’re decorating your mantle, add this St. Patrick’s Day banner for more holiday decoration. Perfect for a party or celebrating with the kiddos.
Need some easy wall decor to put up this year? How about this super easy embroidery idea made with felt buttons!
These topiaries are awesome if you need versatile decor. Put the up for St. Patrick’s Day, then add some florals or bright decorative eggs for Spring and Easter.
Don’t forget to rock your style on St. Patrick’s Day! These super adorable party hats are super easy to make and you can get everything you need to make them at the Dollar Tree!
Do you love the simple look of Rae Dunn decor? If so you will go nuts for this Rae Dunn inspired St. Patrick’s Day craft! It’s beautiful, easy to make, and perfect to set on your mantle or on a shelf during March.
Kids out of green clothes that fit this year? Your kiddos will be 100% pinch-proof with these adorable shamrock pins on their outfits.
You’ll be ready for shenanigans in no time with these St. Patrick’s Day crafts to make this weekend! Grab your craft supplies and crank up the Flogging Molly and you’re ready for a relaxing and rejuvenating make session. Don’t forget to come back on Friday for the first St. Patrick’s Day craft of the year from me!
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