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Inside: Learn how to make some easy St Patrick’s day decorations. These easy tutorials will help you craft and create some decorations that will brighten up your home for the occasion.
Even if you are not feeling creative there will be something here that you can tackle.
With St Patrick’s day fast approaching, now is the time to prepare some St Patrick’s day decorations that can bring a bit of the Irish into your home.
It doesn’t have to be difficult and there are a lot of things that you can do to create some easy decor with little effort. If St Patrick’s day has crept up on you this year and you have little time to prepare, then you are going to find these ideas super easy to implement.
If you are planning on having some friends or family over for dinner, why not go the whole way with planning your decorations and set up a beautiful St Patrick’s day tablescape.
With some stunning fresh flowers, and simple decor, your guests can be wowed right from the start.
2. St Patrick’s Day Beer Labels
Perhaps you might just be having a few friends over for a drink on St Patrick’s day. There is no better drink to serve than beer, and this would definitely be a great time to get some home brew on! But regardless of whether you buy the beer, or you make it, these home brew beer labels would look fab as a bit of extra decoration.
Of course you don’t have to make them. All you need to do is print them. Super easy right?
Well, we have the beer labels for the adults, but what about the kids?
Simple. Download these St Patrick’s day water bottle labels and they will be more than happy. Water bottle labels are a great way to provide quick and easy decoration with little effort.
What better way to welcome guests than to display a St Patrick’s day wreath on your front door. This tutorial by “Smashed Peas and Carrots” is super simple to follow and it would look amazing.
This lucky charms wreath by “DIY Candy” is super cute, but make sure your guests don’t try and eat it! It’s fun and and a really bright way to welcome people to the door.
6. Subway Art Printable
7. Easy Yarn Vase
I often say it, but I really do believe that simple decor items are often the best. This is very clear when you see this beautiful yarn vase by “Mod Podge Rocks”.
It’s simple but it is striking. This makes it the perfect decor for your home this St Patrick’s day.
8. Lucky St Patrick’s Day Pallet Sign
Anything that uses pallets big or small is always a winner for me. I love the natural look of pallets and the variety of things that you can do with them. The simple rustic nature always grabs my attention.
I love the look of this little pallet sign by “Ribbons and Glue”. I think it would look great sitting on the mantle, although I’m not sure that I would want to put it away after St Patrick’s day has finished.
9. Shamrock Table Runner
I absolutely love burlap. I’d use it everywhere for decoration if I could. Burlap and pallet’s also go together beautifully, so this Shamrock table runner by “Coupons Are Great” would be the perfect accompaniment to the lucky sign above.
Paint on some Shamrocks and this is going to look fab on your table.
What better way to set off your St Patrick’s day decorations than with a HUGE party garland.
This one by “Lemon Thistle” looks amazing and there is a great tutorial for you to follow so you can make one just as good for yourself.
An easy way to create simple St Patrick’s day decorations is by creating your own garland. This shamrock garland by “Sippy Cup Mom” is a perfect example of how an easy decoration can create a maximum impact.
12. Yarn Wrapped Shamrock Decorations
Kids love being involved in creating decorations, so why not let them. These yarn wrapped shamrocks by “Red Ted Art” would be the perfect St Patrick’s day decorations that the pre-schoolers could get involved in.
They could either make individual shamrocks to use at each table setting, or they could be put together to make an entire garland. Either way the kids would be happy and they would look super cute.
13. Tissue Paper Four Leaf Clovers
More adorable little St Patrick’s day decorations that you might not instantly think of are these super cute tissue paper four leaf clovers.
Once again they are a small craft that the kids can be involved in, but then adding them to a tablescape makes easy and effective decoration. It is these little touches that people will notice, but they are also super fun to make in the process.
14. St Patrick’s Day Rocks
You might not think of using rocks as the obvious St Patrick’s day decorations, but I think you will agree that these St Patrick’s day rocks are pretty darn cute!
There is an easy tutorial over at “The Inspiration Edit” that shows you exactly how this is done. This would be a great one for the kids, but I think it might get a bit addictive for adults too! Let the kids paint to their hearts content and then leave them scattered around as the perfect decoration.
This bucket of candy by “Organized 31” would look sensational as a table centerpiece. It certainly catches the eye, and i’m sure everyone would enjoy tucking into it’s contents.
There you have it. 15 easy St Patrick’s day decorations that you can either make, or you can get the kids involved. Whilst each of these decorations are simple, they would all look fantastic.
Pick a few of them to combine and you will have the perfect celebration decor.
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