And yup, you can do all these great St. Patrick’s Day crafts easily and at home! Here’s the full list:What to WearThough this tutorial is technically for a DIY Sequin Heart Sweater, you could easily redo it with a sparkly shamrock instead. From Say Yes. (Sequin shamrock applique found here; I Photoshopped the above image to add the shamrock in.)
Use Lovely Indeed‘s tutorial to create some green yarn DIY Pompon Shoe Clips.
Add some felt shamrock button covers to a top to add some green into your outfit, from The House That Lars Built.
DIY a pair of sparkly St. Patrick’s Day Shoes with Nelle’s Creations on The Bay Observer.
Deck out those tips shamrock-style with some DIY St. Patrick’s Day Nails from user Rach on Trusper.
Make some cute themed jewelry like these DIY Shrinky Dink Shamrock Earrings from Vone Inspired. (You could do a ring, a necklace, a bracelet, a brooch…the possibilities are endless!)
How to Decorate Your Home
Wait a minute…I think that wreath is made of…split peas??? Find the tutorial on Love of Family and Home. (You can also make it of green acorns and lima beans.)
You could make a DIY St. Patrick’s Day welcome mat, but using a shamrock cut-out. Tutorial from Lia Griffith. (Photo originally from Wayfair.com.)
Add a touch of gold glitter to your office with my DIY Glittery Gold Nugget Geometric Pushpins. (from Chic Steals)
Though this tutorial is fairly involved, you could also use paper cutouts to make this Fabric Lucky Clover Specimen Art from Flamingo Toes.
Make invitations for your St. Paddy’s Day get-together with a custom shamrock stamp, made from 4 toilet paper rolls. Found on Pretty Prudent.
How to Style Your Party Tabletop
These Gold Leaf Tabletop Stones from Martha Stewart would be pretty scattered across a St. Patrick’s-themed table.
When talking about tabletop decorations, you could also make a DIY St. Patrick’s Day Place Card from a flower pot, like at Life in Wonderland.
You could also create one or more St. Patrick’s Day Shamrock Trees for the center of your festive table. From Lolly Jane.
Make a Shamrock Bouquet (or even cupcake toppers or cocktail stirrers!) using this tutorial from Sweet and Lovely Crafts.
Do you have any favorite St. Patrick’s Day DIY’s? Do share in the comments!!