DIY Your St. Patrick’s Day with These Crafts

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I love decorating for St. Patrick’s Day. I am Irish by marriage (which happens to make you legit in the Irish book). What I don’t love is spending lots of money, having the same decor as everyone else, or worst yet, tacky decor. I’m all for having my kids’ art around, but a little sophistication is nice too.

I love decorating for St. Patrick's Day. What I don't love is spending lots of money, having the same decor as everyone else, or worst yet, tacky decor.

Today I am going to share with you some of my favorites that I have found. I’ve included upcycled decor, nature inspired decor and fun kids crafts (most of which use recycled materials).

Upcycled St. Patrick’s Day Decor

A “We’re a wee bit Irish” pallet sign using lucky horseshoes. You can find the tutorial on Fyne’s Designs.

I love decorating for St. Patrick's Day. What I don't love is spending lots of money, having the same decor as everyone else, or worst yet, tacky decor.

A ribbon remnant garland is a great way to use up scraps of green ribbon. You could even change the colors to fit with different holidays. You can buy one on Etsy or make one yourself.

I love decorating for St. Patrick's Day. What I don't love is spending lots of money, having the same decor as everyone else, or worst yet, tacky decor.

Do you need to give your table tops a little St. Patrick’s Day flair? Furnish Burnish is loaded with ideas.

Tissue paper and votives are a masterpiece in the making. A gentle green glow for very little cost or time. See the tutorial at Mess for Less.

I love decorating for St. Patrick's Day. What I don't love is spending lots of money, having the same decor as everyone else, or worst yet, tacky decor.

Nature Inspired Decor

Nothing is cuter than little shamrocks growing from a shamrock teacup. If you can’t find a shamrock teacup, I bet any cup in white or green would be darling.

I love decorating for St. Patrick's Day. What I don't love is spending lots of money, having the same decor as everyone else, or worst yet, tacky decor.

Image courtesy of Faith, Hope & Cherrytea.

It’s My Life, Storm has a twig vase that she decorates for every holiday. You can see her St. Patrick’s Day version (complete with hanging shamrocks, candy, and garland) here.

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Are looking for understated decor? This moss wreath by Amy Vowles is just the thing. Very earthy and easy to make.

I love decorating for St. Patrick's Day. What I don't love is spending lots of money, having the same decor as everyone else, or worst yet, tacky decor.

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I am a non-traditional homesteader. What is a non-traditional homesteader? I'd like to think we are the people who don't fit the mold. I am a busy mom on a small bit of property with not a lot of financial resources, but I am figuring out how to live the life I want. A homesteader's life.

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