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St. Patrick’s Day is celebrated on the 17th of March. Traditional motifs of this festive day include shamrocks, leprechauns and of course the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. Here you will find lots of craft projects for all ages to commerorate the day.

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Tea Light Centerpieces for St. Patrick's Day
These small centerpieces are perfect for the table on St. Patrick’s Day. They do not use up a lot of space and are quick and easily put together. A felt shamrock ribbon and some green rocks are all you will need to add to your candle holders to complete this decoration.

St. Patrick’s Day Paper Banner Tutorial
This banner has a lovely natural look to it and is so very easy to make using cardstock and copies of vintage Ireland maps.

Washcloth Shamrock and Heart Wall Decoration
We like the texture of washcloths and decided to use them to create this spring project. Ribbon and buttons are added to embellish to the decoration.

Good Luck Card
This card says it all and with all of the shamrocks, nothing can go wrong!

St. Patrick’s Day Paper Mobile
You can really get the kids involved making this fun project.

Shamrock Flower
All you need is a couple of paper tubes, paint and glitter to create these and use them to decorate the window sill in the spring.

Shamrock Pinata
This tutorial shows how to make a small and cute pinata for the kids for St. Patrick’s Day.

Frosted Mint Chocolate Brownies
These mouthwatering looking treats will probably not even last a day once made.

Wooden Leprechaun Peg Dolls
Aren’t these so adorable and so easily made, too when you follow the illustrated tutorial.

Woven Ribbon Shamrocks
Create these to wear as brooches, hair pins, etc. They are so cute and creates using ribbon and glue.

Crochet Shamrocks
With just a few turns of the crochet hook, you can create these shamrocks that can be used as hair pins, brooches, or whatever you like to use them for.

Leprechaun Hat Treats
These not only look so cute but are a tasty way to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, too.

Shamrock Barrette
Need a touch a green for the kids on St. Patrick’s Day? These felt barrettes are quickly and easily crafted and will do just the trick.

Leprechaun 2x4 Tutorial
What a charming chap to add a smile to your face on St. Patrick’s Day!

St. Patrick's Day Cookies
Cheer up anyone’s day with these bright and colorful rainbow cookies.

Rainbow Cupcakes
These creative and colorful cupcakes will tempt just about anyone.

Crochet Shamrock and Leprechaun
These handmade Irish figures will surely bring you luck, no matter where you wish to hang them.

Pot of Gold
It does not get any easier than this... a painted clay pot, chenille in rainbow colors and you can already get started.

Crocheted and Bejeweled Shamrocks
With leftover green yarn, you can crochet these in no time and add a touch of sparkle when finished.

Lucky Shamrock Charm
No matter where you choose to hang this charm, it will bring luck to anything you do.

Leprechaun Hats
These really creative and cheerful hats for St. Patrick’s Day are created using styrofoam cups and plates.




St. Patrick’s Day Pinwheel Craft for Kids
Help the kids celebrate St. Patrick’s Day by printing out this pinwheel for them to cut out and assemble.







St. Patrick’s Day Printables
Here you will find nine fun and cheery St. Patrick’s Day labels that you can print out to use for your next party or get-together.
Label template can be downloaded as PDF and printed out on self-adhesive or regular paper.

Bracelet With Vintage Shamrock Charms
These vintage looking shamrock charms are made out of shrink plastic and look simply fantastic!

St. Patrick’s Day Craft - Greeting Card - “Lucky”
Bright green shamrocks not only look so fresh and spring like, but will bring you all the luck in the world.

Pot of Gold Craft
All you need to have good luck on St. Patrick’s Day!

Shamrock St. Patrick's Day Card
This project just involves cutting squares and hearts. Placed together in a certain way, the pattern gives you a four leaf clover design which is perfect for embellishing a square card.

Shamrock Lapel Pin
This project is quickly made using felting wool and cookie cutters.

Cardboard Shamrock Ornament
With just some cardboard, scrapbook paper and a few stitches, you will have this finished in no time.

Fuse Bead / Perler Bead Shamrock Craft
Kids can create these to hang just about anywhere.

Crochet St. Patrick’s Four Leaf Clover Brooch
Add a touch of green to your wardrobe and avoid getting pinched with this cute and easy to make shamrock.

Printable Pot of Gold Treat Box
A cute and clever way to give a gift for St. Patrick’s Day.

Mint Oreo Truffles
The recipe to make these is easy and just imagine how delicious these will taste once finished!

Paper Roll Leprechauns
A fun and inexpensive project to make with the kids to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day.

Stamped St. Patrick’s Day T-Shirts for Kids
Enjoy a moment crafting with the kids and create these cute shamrock t-shirts that they can proudly wear afterwards.

Stuffed Shamrock
This friendly looking shamrock is made using felt and therefore an easy project, even for beginner sewers.

Woven Ribbon Shamrocks
Aren’t these so pretty? There are many possibilities to use them and are very easy to make, too.

Leprechaun Hat Favors
These cute hats are created from simple and basic supplies and are extremely easy to make.




Felt Shamrock Embellishments
These are so easy to make and cute to wear as hair pin, headband or brooch embellishments on St. Patrick’s Day.

Shamrock Flower Pot
Simple and really cute! These pots are so easy to craft and make great gifts. But don’t forget to keep one for yourself!


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