We’re more than a full week into March already! (Are you sick of people saying that? Or can you relate completely?) The only reason I’ve had a few decorations up for St. Patrick’s Day since the beginning of the month is because I made them last year. There is still more than enough time to put together a few simple decor pieces for the upcoming holiday. I’m sharing my St. Patrick’s day decor and then a few other DIY easy St. Patrick’s Day decor ideas.
I switch up the set of four canvas wall art pieces in our entryway periodically for different seasons and holidays. Of course, I cannot find the template I used for my shamrocks, but there are lots of free printable shamrock templates online. When I grab a new template for a craft or home decor project, I create a cardboard set that I can use over and over again for future decor projects, greeting cards, etc.
I also switch up the open frame in the entryway. Depending on the holiday, sometimes I’ll add a few pieces or switch up the pieces on the console table for the holiday as well.
I bought the rubber ducks for a DIY St. Patrick’s Day photo project I’ll be sharing here on the blog on Monday. I punched (similar) the tiny shamrocks for a little photo shoot with the ducks I’ll be sharing on social media on the holiday itself. I already had the green glass. The small votives were a seasonal item at Crate and Barrel about a year ago, and I got the green Ball jars on clearance at Michaels. Usually, I have an assortment of colored glass in the entryway, but I switched it to all green for St. Patrick’s Day.
The only time I display a wreath on the front door is for Christmas. I’d really love to start making wreaths for other seasons and holidays. I absolutely love this clothespin wreath from Patti Allan on Celebrations.com.
I love all things buttons, so Danielle’s button shamrock is right up on my alley. The shamrock she created is so cheery with its bright buttons. Check out the tutorial at A Sprinkle of Joy.
Book pages are such a simple, whimsical material for creating all sorts of home decor. Pairing them with shamrocks and a little button detail for St. Patrick’s Day is perfect. Rebecca has the tutorial on Simple As That.
Finally, subway art is such a simple, affordable way to rotate your decor in just a couple of minutes. There are numerous free printable St. Patrick’s Day subway art designs available. I’m featuring one from Jamie on Eighteen 25.
Did you make one of the DIY easy St. Patrick’s Day decor ideas in this post?
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