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Festive DIY St. Patrick's Day Decorations for Your Home or to Give as Gifts



Ireland in a JarWhat better way to celebrate the holiday than with a St. Patrick's Day craft that honors Ireland itself? Recreate the country's serene landscape with a Mason jar terrariumcomplete with moss, gravel, and tiny felt sheep!



Scrabble Piece Mantle Decor ~ If you have some leftover Scrabble pieces lying around, put them to good use by making this framed piece of art.


St. Patrick's Day Centerpiece With Green JarsThe hue makes them festive enough for St. Patrick's Day, but these jars are so pretty you'll want to leave them out all spring!





Lucky Shamrock Shadow Box Craft ~ A shadow box filled with paper shamrocks (including one four-leaf clover which kids can try to find) doubles as an interactive game and St. Patrick's Day decor.





Lucky Gift Pot ~ Leave your favorite neighbors, co-workers, friends, etc with a pot o' treats!



Framed Shamrock Print ~ You can create this piece by printing a shamrock graphic onto old dictionary paper and placing it in a vintage-looking frame.





Gold Shamrock Mason Jar Throw a few florals (maybe even some bells of Ireland) into a gilded vase stamped with shamrocks for instant St. Patrick's Day decor.


St. Patrick's Day BannersChoose between three free printable designs to craft a beautiful backdrop for your St. Patrick's Day party.







Green, White, and Orange Mason Jars ~ If you have any Irish blood in you, celebrate your ancestry with these bright and beautiful jars.

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