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St. Patrick's Day is the most festive celebration and gathering that many people look forward to every year on March 17th. Delicious Irish food, a wonderful gathering, and, of course, wonderful decorations to celebrate and set up. Do you want it to be memorable and have a distinct interior? There are numerous ideas and crafts that you can easily make at home and incorporate into your space. Add some rainbows and greens to the mix and you'll have a fantastic setting and interior. We've gathered some of the most beautiful yet simple DIY home decor ideas for St. Patrick's Day. Get the materials and put them to use!


Check out this beautiful Tulle St. Patrick’s Day Wreath by A Night Owl to decorate your front door with.

What you’ll need: 

  • 12 inch straw or styrofoam wreath
  • Spool of green ribbon
  • Scissors
  • Hunter green and lime green tulle
  • Cardstock
  • Shamrocks
  • Twine
  • Glue

Steps to follow: 

  1. Wrap a 12 inch straw or styrofoam wreath form using a spool of green ribbon.
  2. Cut hunter green and lime green tulle into 17 inch strips.
  3. Tie the strips of tulle around the wreath, alternating 3 hunter green strips and 1 lime green strip, all the way around the wreath until covered.
  4. Cut the letters “LUCK” out of card-stock and glue them to shamrocks, which you could also cut out.
  5. Glue the shamrocks to twine and tie the letters to the wreath.
  6. Glue green ribbon to the wreath and hang on the door.

Into collage? Check out this cute St. Patrick’s day Mosaic Paper Shamrocks by Happiness is Homemade.

What you’ll need:

  • Green poster board or heavy card-stock
  • Paper – (plain and patterned) in assorted shades of green
  • Elmer’s Early Learners Glue Stick or Glue Pen
  • Scissors

Steps to follow:

  • Begin by cutting the assorted green papers (we used glittered, solids and prints) into strips approximately 1/2″ wide and then cutting the strips into squares.
  • Cut shamrock shapes from the green poster board or heavy card-stock.
  • Apply the glue to the shamrock cut out, and start placing paper mosaic squares on to the shape. Don’t worry if the squares overlap the edges of your shamrock – they can be trimmed to size later.
  • Allow the paper squares to dry completely before trimming off any overhanging edges.
  • The shamrocks can be added to the a window on your mantel.

Want to add a special centerpiece for your gathering on St. Patrick’s Day? Check out this elegant yet unique St. Patrick’s Day centerpiece by Two Twenty One.

What you’ll need:

  • 3 vases
  • 3 candlesticks
  • E600 Glue

Steps to follow: 

  1. Wash and dry the vases and candlesticks.
  2. Apply the E600 glue onto the rim of the candlesticks with a toothpick.
  3. Put the vases on top of the candlesticks and apply some pressure.
  4. Then add the candles. You can decorate the candles to be themed with St. Patrick’s day.

Adding to your centerpiece and to make the whole table setting beautiful and perfectly themed for St. Patrick’s Day, check this DIY Round Mass Covered Placemats.

What you’ll need:

  • A roll of moss
  • Scissors
  • Round placemats (preferably in green to match with the theme)
  • Hot glue gun

Steps to follow:

  • Start by laying your placemats over the moss and cutting out square pieces large enough to cover the placemats. 
  • Next, glue those moss pads to the place mat by applying a patch of glue to the centre, adhering, then applying glue carefully around the edges.
  • When your hot glue has set (two minutes or so), use scissors to carefully cut around the placemat to create a circle. Live moss can be a bit knotty, so it might take some trimming to get clean looking cut lines.

Banners are always in style and are the most perfect and ideal decoration to be added either around your mantel, on your doors or on the wall. Here’s how to make your own Mini St. Patrick’s Day Banner by Landee See Landee Do.

What you’ll need:

  • The printable St. Patrick’s Day banner that you can download here.
  • Scissors
  • Mini hole punch
  • String
  • Wire

Steps to follow:

  1. Download the printable and print it.
  2. Cut out individual bunting triangles with scissors.
  3. Use mini-hole punch to punch holes in corners of each triangle (you can also glue bunting to string).
  4. String it up!  I chose to do mine in two separate pieces but you could also do LUCKY US all on one string with one of the shamrocks in the middle or any other configuration you can think of!
  5. String between two pieces of wire, hang on one corner of a mirror or across a picture frame of your family picture, use as a cake topper…


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