These St. Patrick’s Day decorations will have you feeling lucky in no time! Celebrate this mid-March festivity in style!
Fun St. Patrick’s Day Decorations for a Year of Luck!
If eating a bunch of St. Patrick’s Day food isn’t your idea of a celebration, then try crafting these St. Patrick’s Day decorations instead! My husband is half-Irish, so we go all out every year for our St. Patrick’s Day celebration. To attract all the luck and light you need, here are fantastic St. Patrick’s Day decorations!
1. Paper Shamrocks
Always remember: when decorating, use every kind of space in the house. This includes the space in between the ceiling and the floor. Get some cute paper and hang these paper shamrocks to make your house come to life in time for the festivities!
2. Lucky Pallet Sign
St. Patrick’s Day decorations can range from simple ones made of paper or more elaborate ones like this ‘Lucky’ sign made of pallet wood! There’s no limit to the fun and adornment when it comes to this special day!
3. Shamrock Mason Jars
Mason jars have been the toast of DIY projects for a long time. It’s no surprise you can use them to make St. Patrick’s Day decorations as well. These shamrock mason jars make great table centerpieces! Add a bouquet of flowers for more flair!
4. Shamrock Balloons
What’s a celebration without some balloons? It doesn’t have to be a children’s party; there’s a place for your love for balloons even on St. Patrick’s Day! Get friends to help you out in making these shamrock balloons!
5. St. Patrick’s Day Paper Wreath
Hanging this St. Patrick’s Day paper wreath on your front door is like welcoming luck and light into your humble abode. And who doesn’t want a good and fun life? This St. Patrick’s Day decor might be the simplest but definitely the most charming.
6. No-Sew Shamrock Table Runner
There has to be a St. Patrick’s Day decoration even on your table! Your creativity and the spirit of the special occasion must be present everywhere in the house! This no-sew shamrock table runner will make sure of that!
7. Thrifty Hurricane
Among these St. Patrick’s Day celebrations, this thrifty hurricane has got to be the most elegant. Who knew dried peas could be used for decorating? Use some scented candles to create a unique atmosphere!
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8. St. Patrick’s Day Burlap Banner
I’m a sucker for burlap crafts, so this St. Patrick’s Day burlap banner makes my heart leap with joy! Imagine hanging this banner with the shamrock balloons? No one will be able to resist celebrating St. Patrick’s Day with you!
9. Wood Shim DIY Pallet Art
What did I tell you? Even pallet wood can now be used for St. Patrick’s Day decorations! And I couldn’t be happier. It’s such a versatile DIY material! You could even keep these pieces of wood shim DIY pallet art after St. Patrick’s Day!
10. St.Patrick’s Day Pot of Gold
While St. Patrick’s Day decorations are about innovation and creativity, it’s still nice to follow tradition in your own way. What’s a St. Patrick’s Day celebration without a pot of gold? It’s simply the best part! Your kids will love munching on these gold pieces.
11. Lucky Penny Letters
And we shall end with a bang! There’s nothing bolder and louder than this ‘Lucky’ penny letters! It simply screams St. Patrick’s Day! If this doesn’t get you all the luck you need, I don’t know what will.
Watch this video from Loveli Channel for more DIY St. Patrick’s Day decorations:
Well, that was a quite a list! I already feel lucky and festive! These St. Patrick’s Day decorations are so fabulous, sometimes I want to keep them around the house all year-long. Whatever kind of decor you fancy, there’s a way of putting your personality and preference into it—thanks to these St. Patrick’s Day decorations! So, what are you waiting for? Get your DIY materials out and have some merriment—the Irish way!
Which of these DIY St. Patrick’s Day decorations makes you feel the luckiest and most festive? Let us know in the comments below!
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Editor’s Note – This post was originally published in March 2016 and has been updated for quality and relevancy