Loraine loves arts and crafts and used to volunteer at an elementary art class. She loves sharing fun and easy craft tutorials.
I find that St. Patrick's Day crafts are popular even for those of us who aren't able to claim Irish ancestry. I've heard it said that everyone is a little bit Irish on St. Pat's Day. So if you see me wearing green from now until St. Patrick's Day, that's my excuse, and I'm sticking to it.
In this article, you will see pictures of the crafts, the name of the site, and the link, which will take you directly to the crafts patterns or directions.
1. St. Pat's Votive Candle Holder
Here is a project to make for St. Pat's day that is quick and easy. The kids will have fun making this candle holder also. The instructions for making the votive candle holder can be found at mess for less.
2. Irish Coffee Mugs
Get your mugs at the Dollar store so you can have a whole set of these Irish coffee mugs. Or you could give one to your friends if you wanted to share.
3. Shamrock Suncatcher
Have the little ones make this shamrock sun catcher for St. Patrick's Day and see how proud they'll be for everyone to see it. Follow the instructions at HANDS ON as we grow to see how easy this project is.
4. Shamrock Wreath
So simple and yet so pretty. For the instructions, go to Punkie's Pie Place.
5. Shamrock Garland
I love this beautiful shamrock garland. The ones shown are great, but I think I would want them a bit more colorful. I like the ticking look of the fabric tho.
6. Shamrock Napkin Holders
How can such simplicity look so beautiful? Scrumdilly-do is the place to find the tutorial for making the shamrock napkin holders shown above.
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7. Lucky Tulle Wreath
You'll find all the directions for this cute St. Patrick's Day decoration at Penny Pinchin Mom.
8. Lucky Poppers
Have lots of fun making these lucky poppers. Find the instructions at Studio DIY.
9. Wee Shamrock Men
Go to sweet and lovely crafts for the directions to make these wee, little shamrock men. So easy to make with just fun foam, google eyes and strips of colored paper.
10. Green Popcorn
I couldn't resist adding this, after all it is green and I love popcorn. Find the recipe for this great St. Patrick's Day treat at Skip to my Lou. Make a batch or two of this to take to the office or school and see how many Irish friends you have.
11. Shamrock Wreath With Buttons
I noticed on this project that paper mache hearts were used, but if you can't find them I think this craft could be made with green felt covered cardboard. The instructions are at CRAFTS BY Amanda.
12. Four Leaf Clover Barrette
You'll find the directions for this shamrock barrette at PAPER and ink, but I can think of a lot more uses for this shamrock and I'm sure you can too.
13. Paper Plate Leprechaun
Even the littlest of kids will enjoy making this leprechaun. Let them draw in the facial expressions and enjoy the results. You'll find the directions at All Kids.
14. Rainbow's Pot of Gold
I can see this as a nice gift to give to a teacher, boss or anyone else that you'd like to remember on St. Patrick's Day. You'll find out how to make it by going to make and takes.
15. Shamrock Key Chain
What true Irishman wouldn't love to receive this as a gift? Make one for an Irishman that you know by using the directions at Holiday Crafts.
16. Rainbow Tissue Paper Mobile
A cute craft made using colored tissue paper. For the directions on how to do this project, go to Craftideas.info.
17. Felt Shamrock
Look at the cute face on this little felt shamrock and then make some of them using the instructions given at the Craft Elf site.
18. Green Bells Necklace
Simple and easy enough to let the kids make one for themselves and for their friends. Go to CRAFTS FOR ALL SEASONS for the directions.
19. St. Patrick's Day Swag
I think it would be easy to think of a number of places to display this swag. Go to A Little Tipsy for the directions for this project.
20. Shamrock Shake
Vanilla ice cream makes this an easy and tasty shake to celebrate St. Patrick's Day. Find the recipe for this shamrock shake at Top Secret Recipes. This has got to be one of the best ways to celebrate St. Pat's!!
21. Shamrock Necklace
You'll find directions for making this cute St. Patrick's Day shamrock necklace at The Kid’s Fun Review.
22. Leprechaun Hat Favors
Snack sized bowls are the basis of these cute little leprechaun hats. For the directions, go to Canadian Living
23. St. Pat's Day Shoes
Show your Irish spirit by making an wearing these cute shamrock shoes. favecrafts has the instructions.
24. Beaded Shamrock
You're sure to think up some great ways to use this beaded shamrock. Possible as a lapel pin or on a headband. It was also make a beautiful hanging ornament. Find the instructions for this beaded shamrock at Purple Hues and Me.
25. St. Patrick's Day Banner
Show off your Irish ancestry by making and displaying this nice banner. You'll find the directions at Holiday Crafts AND CREATIONS.
26. Pillow Boxes
These would make nice favors holding small candies. Go to inner child fun for the instructions.
27. Pot of Gold Centerpiece
Little eyes will get big when they see this pot of gold. You can find the instructions for making one like it at things to do.
28. Green Knitted Shawl
This beautiful shawl looks like one that Princess Kate wears. For the directions, go to the favecrafts site.
29. Lucky Bobby Pins
Now every young lady can be dressed for St. Patrick's day by just making and wearing these lucky bobby pins. They are really very attractive and will look great in any colored or length hair. Find out how to make them by going to circusberry.
30. Shamrock Throw Pillow
Make a beautiful shamrock pillow using the information that you'll find at Jedi Craft Girl.
31. Faux Shamrock Necktie
This is a great idea for all us non-Irish folk who like to celebrate anyway. Make one of these faux ties and wear it to the office or to school. Find the instructions for making this shamrock necktie at Sugar Bee Crafts.
32. Shamrock Pennant Banner
A very easy and attractive shamrock banner to hang in your home or at the office. Celebrate St. Pat's day in style with this beautiful banner. Find the tutorial for making the banner at Craft Create Cook.
33. Shamrock Jewelry
Make shamrock jewelry to wear with your Irish greens by following the tutorial for making the jewelry at Home Confetti. Super easy using packaged foam shamrocks and drinking straws.
34. St. Pat's Day Deco Mesh Wreath
The video above provides a tutorial for creating a St. Patrick's Day deco mesh wreath.
35. St. Pat's Ribbon Topiary
Make this beautiful ribbon topiary to decorate your home or office for St. Pat's Day. Whether you are Irish or not, you'll enjoy making this topiary following the tutorial that you'll find at Hometalk.
36. Leprechaun Pants Treat Bags
How cute is this idea! Can you imagine how many compliments you'll receive when you use these leprechaun pants treat bags as favors at your St. Patrick's Day party? Find the tutorial for making them at Positively Splendid.
37. Shamrock Pin
You probably couldn't find an easier St. Pat's Day pin to make, than this one, and have it look like you've put a lot of work in it. See how easy it is to make by going to bobbity boo for the tutorial.
38. Shamrock Wreath
This is a beautiful shamrock wreath to make for St. Patrick's Day. A nice way to celebrate the holiday.
39. Coffee Filter Shamrocks
Display these coffee filter shamrocks in a vase or planter. Or maybe make a wreath or a garland. Great idea using coffee filters.
© 2012 Loraine Brummer
Should only the Irish wear green on St. Pat's Day? - or a leave comment
Nicole K on March 09, 2017:
I love your hub! I made a hub of my own geared toward St. Patrick's Day crafts for toddlers. But I'd love to try a few of yours as well to spruce up my house for the holiday! Thanks for sharing.
Nicole K on February 23, 2017:
Thanks for all the ideas! There's lots of fun projects on here for St. Patrick's Day! I may have to make a few of them!
Loraine Brummer (author) from Hartington, Nebraska on March 10, 2015:
St. Pat's Day will be here before we know it. It's always fun to decorate and celebrate with the Irish. Thanks, for stopping by and for leaving a comment, Sylvestermouse.
Cynthia Sylvestermouse from United States on March 07, 2015:
A wonderful compilation of St. Patrick's Day crafts! I see several that would be fun to make.
Loraine Brummer (author) from Hartington, Nebraska on March 01, 2015:
Hi Wednesday-Elf! I'm glad that you've seen some St. Pat's crafts to make. I'm not Irish, but I enjoy the festivities.
Wednesday-Elf from Savannah, Georgia on March 01, 2015:
Being a crafter myself, I'm always looking for new ideas. This selection of crafts for St. Patrick's Day will give me a lot of choices for my crafting for this Irish holiday!
Beverly Rodriguez from Albany New York on March 17, 2014:
What a fun lens for St. Patrick's Day. I love the Green Men craft, so easy you don't even need instructions. And give me that Shamrock Shake!
blestman lm on March 14, 2014:
Green popcorn and green beer work for me. Great lens. i am not Irish but i like to celebrate St. Paddy's Day with my Irish friends
Elyn MacInnis from Shanghai, China on March 06, 2013:
I would love to bless your lens - but it has been blessed to capacity. That is because you are blessing us with all your great ideas! Thanks so much. Blessings coming through the internet wires, real ones.