On St. Patrick's Day, everyone is a little Irish. For the crafting community, this guide to St. Patrick's Day shares a a short history of the holiday, and our hand-picked favorites for St. Patrick's Day craft projects, including clover jewelry.
Cut up some felt and make a lovely Shamrock Garland for this St. Patrick's Day. Using the colors of the Irish flag, this shamrock flag will put you in a lucky mood. St. Patrick's Day crafts couldn't be easier.
Use Envision glazes and Signature brushes to create a shamrock plate in the spirit of St. Patrick's Day. This easy project is complete with a pattern to help fool your guests into thinking you bought this festive plate.
This cute gift bag can be made for you or a friend. Using acrylics and wood hearts you can make this lucky bag in six steps. Let your shamrock bring you luck.
These glittery, lucky shoes are perfect for St. Patrick's day celebrations or just to brighten someone's step this spring. Kids can get involved in painting the first coat of green all over the shoes.
Learn about the patron saint of Ireland and how the Irish celebrate St. Patrick's Day. Keeping in mind how Irish-Americans have changed the holiday, celebrate St. Patrick in your own way with a variety of St. Patrick's day crafts.
This embroidered towel is a great St. Patrick's Day project. Guests will love the shamrock pattern and unique ruffled border. Hang it in your guest bath throughout March or keep it up year round.
Every St. Patrick's day you can bring out this decorative leprechaun hat. It's done in only five easy steps. The gold twinkles really do make it look magical.
Show your creative side by making your own St. Patrick's day cards. These cards have a 3-D look to them. Using cardstock and coffee grounds you can make something you never would have thought of. Make many to send to friends.
These free St. Patrick's Day crafts from Amanda Formaro make great homemade gifts. Make a pot of gold card to give to your favorite Irishman this year to celebrate the holiday.