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Irish for a Day: St. Patrick's Day Craft and Recipe Guide

Find craft projects to decorate your home, give as gifts and even wear on St. Patrick's Day. Complete the celebration with a collection of St. Patrick's Day recipes.

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St. Patricks Day Wreath

Hang a festive green ribbon and clover wreath on your door to celebrate St. Patrick's Day. Have a little creative fun and be "Irish for a day," even without Irish heritage. Find more St. Patrick's Day crafts, recipes and fun facts in our FREE St. Patrick's Day eBook.


Materials:

  • Wreath Base
  • Green Mesh Ribbon
  • Twine
  • Embellishments- Green, white and yellow felt, Green and White silk flowers, Clover Confetti, Shamrock or Regular Green Fabric Yo Yos
  • Glue gun
  • Scissors

Instructions:

  1. Wrap a 6-inch piece of twine around your wreath base or insert into the wreath base if wire or vine before decorating. Knot the ends together.
     
  2. Wrap the ribbon around the base, doubling over by half as you go to completely cover the wreath base.
     
  3. When you are satisfied with the way it looks, cut off the ribbon and glue down with a dot of hot glue. Press down gently.
     
  4. Now you can decorate. Here are some ideas:
  • Cut out shamrock shapes from pieces of green felt and glue to the wreath with a small dot of glue in the center. For an even better look, create a border around the shape in a different color of felt such as white or yellow.
  • Hot glue large, green metallic clover confetti evenly around your wreath. Create small groups of three with different colors of green confetti.
  • If using a Styrofoam base, you can stick small white rosettes or other silk flowers into the base through the ribbon. Or use pins.
  • Secure shamrock yo-yos to the base with hot glue or pins. If you use pins, you can reuse the yo-yos for other projects.
  • Use painted wood letters to spell out the Irish version of cheers, Slainte!

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