Get your home St. Patty ready with these DIY St. Patrick’s Day Decor Ideas. Whether you’re hosting a themed party or simply want to show off your love for Irish culture, this roundup of ideas will show you just how easy to decorate on a dime.
DIY St. Patrick’s Day Decor Ideas
From festive wreaths and shamrock crafts to tiered trays and mini table art – these how-to’s will help you decorate for St. Patrick’s Day in no time!
Irish Flag Painted Mason Jars (Mason Jar Crafts Love)
There are many things you can do with mason jars and painting them to resemble a country’s flag is one of them. You can use jars of any size; however, the larger ones will give you more painting room. Top off the look with your favorite spring flowers or use the jars to hold green and white straws and other party supplies.
Burlap and Felt Shamrocks Wreath (Flamingo Toes)
If you’ve never thought to mix burlap and felt together in a craft project, this idea will show you how to do it. A circular-shaped styrofoam wreath is wrapped in burlap then embellished with layered felt shamrocks made from different shades of green. Gold beads are then attached with pins and a felt rainbow banner at the end. This is a super cute wreath that can go up before St. Patrick’s Day and stay up long after.
St. Patrick’s Inspired Tiered Tray (A Cozy Blessed Nest)
Tiered trays are often used as centerpieces or to decorate an open space on a table or shelf. Easily give yours a St. Patrick’s Day upgrade by adding faux green succulent vines, neutral-colored strings of beads, white and green pastel napkins, and any other white and farmhouse-like items. The best part about tiered trays is they can easily be changed over for the seasons and holidays.
Mini Table Art (KA Rustic Designs)
Although the ones tagged are for sale on Etsy, these can easily be recreated using tumbling tower blocks (get the game at Dollar Tree), some wood stain, and free St. Patrick’s Day printable pictures. Find a few printables, scale them down to size and print them off. Then, stain the tower block pieces and allow them to dry.
Finally, hot glue the pieces into a square shape and then glue the printable to the back with the picture facing forward (like a frame). Use these as table art or add a sealing coat on top to turn them into coasters.
Polka Dot Lucky Banner (Typically Simple)
Give your mantel space a lucky touch with this Polka Dot Lucky Banner. The only supplies you’ll need are wooden tags, Sharpies in two different green colors, letter stickers, and twine. Start by putting one letter on each tag to spell out the word “LUCKY.” Then use the Sharpies to put dots on the tags. Afterward, peel off the letter stickers and you’ll be left with a super cute homemade banner that looks professionally made!
Super Easy Felt Wreath (The Adventures of Mini-Martha)
One of the coolest things about this wreath is how easy it is to make. It calls for felt pieces in several different shades of green and white, followed by a festive shamrock ribbon and shamrock embellishments to hang down the center. It’s also easy to switch out for different holidays!
Hanging Paper Shamrocks (Hoosier Homemade)
These are perfect for decorating for a party, or classroom, or to fill a space on an empty wall. Not to mention, they are super easy to make. Grab your St. Patrick themed scrapbook paper, some scissors, and glue dots (or tape) to create multi-dimensional shamrocks that are sure to turn a few heads.
Decorating for St. Patrick’s Day can be so much fun and no stress at all. These DIY St. Patrick’s Day decor ideas are sure to inspire you to create things you’ll love, want to show off, and even share with others. Grab a few of your crafting buddies and have a good time while you create some Irish-inspired decor! I also have door hanger kits that you can use for group parties or as a relaxing hobby by yourself. Which one(s) are you most excited about trying first?