I’ve never really celebrated St. Patrick’s Day before! I know, it’s crazy. This year I’m making a special effort to get into the lesser known holidays . . . and I believe that St. Patrick’s Day definitely falls into that category. I’ve found the most fun St. Patrick’s Day crafts on the internet for you to try – show your appreciation for leprechauns and luck with any of these inspirational ideas. Click through the slideshow to see my picks!
Pinch Proof 1 of 12This iron on was created using a Silhouette - use the idea to make your own St. Paddy's inspired tee.
Find the how-to at Eighteen25
Pant Treat Bags 2 of 12These darling leprechaun pant treat bags are so easy to sew from felt.
Find the step-by-step at Positively Splendid
Simple Yarn Vase 3 of 12Make a lucky vase using green yarn and Mod Podge - this is the easiest vase you'll ever make.
Find the how-to at Mod Podge Rocks
Pot O’ Gold Scarf 4 of 12Use rainbow colors of felt to sew this fun and easy scarf.
Learn how to make it at Childmade Tutorials
Specimen Art 5 of 12This simple art is so easy to create using glitter stickers.
Find the how-to The Magic of Ordinary Things
Treat At The End of the Rainbow 6 of 12This cute craft is perfect to adorn a St. Patrick's Day breakfast or party table!
Get the how-to at Make and Takes
Leprechaun Mirror 7 of 12Use craft felt, foam and glue to create a cute leprechaun mirror that kids will love.
Get the step-by-step at Dollar Store Crafts
Cheeky Headband 8 of 12Wrap a headband in green ribbon and then add a dainty hat for a fun costume.
See how it was done at tinyprints
Paper Banner 9 of 12Use your favorite scrapbook papers to create a fun, decorative banner.
Get the instructions at A Little Tipsy
Paper Banner 10 of 12This fun paper rainbow is so easy to make - just use strips of paper and cut circles.
Learn how at Snap Scrap Blog Tweet
Scrappy Wreath 11 of 12Now you know what to do with your leftover scraps of green fabric - make a wreath!
Learn how it's done at The Magic of Ordinary Things
Tie Dye Shirt 12 of 12Create a fun and easy "costume" using your favorite shades of tie dye.
Learn more at Social Stork
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