Wednesday, March 15, 2023

DIY Easy St. Patrick's Day Craft for You to Make

With St. Patricks Day arriving later this week, it is always fun to whip up a little craft to add to your home holiday decor. I suggest you give this idea a try. Cute but inexpensive to make.

This decor piece can hang on the wall in your home, or sit in a tier tray display. The approximately 3" x 5" little box is from Dollar Tree, but any small Dollar Tree frame will do.

Dive into your stash of patterned paper and find some greens that go well together. Select one pattern to fill the back of the frame and glue in place. Add another piece for a narrow strip to help anchor your greeting.

Then to make your clover you will need a heart punch or heart die. I used 5 hearts per "leaf" of the clover. Fold all 5 hearts in half carefully and glue 4 halves together, so you end up with a flat back that will be glued to your background paper. Once you have 3 "leaves" made, cut a little freehand stem and arrange to you liking in your frame and glue the clover parts down including the stem. Fashion a tag to your liking and add to the design along with some "bling" to help everything look good together. All done! So cute!

Let me know in the comments if you are going to make something similar to celebrate St. Patrick's Day. It's a very easy craft to make.


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