Can you believe it’s already March? It means spring is almost here and we can say goodbye to winter for a while. I feel LUCKY to have found 9 Now Ideas for St. Patrick’s Day home decor. These ideas are perfect for creating and displaying around your home during the month of March. Find other DIY inspo from our NOW Idea Series.
My kids love this holiday. Wearing green, searching for leprechauns, and eating chocolate gold coins. Sometimes I even make green colored pancakes on the morning of St. Paddy’s Day. I like to have some St. Patrick’s Day home decor around my house for the first couple weeks of March leading up to the 17th. Here’s ideas for me and you…
9 Ideas for St. Patrick’s Day Home Decor
1. Burlap Mantel Decor: I am loving this “Lucky” sign. Perfect holiday decor for St. Patrick’s Day! (via Landeelu)
2. Wheat Grass Rainbow Planters: The colors of these planters are so lovely. Display these on your table during the month of March. And watch the wheat grass grow tall each day! (via Stacy Risenmay)
3. Easy Spring Centerpiece: How pretty are these green tinted mason jars? Arrange a few spring flowers in them and display them on a mantel or table. (via Cottage at the Crossroads)
4. Mini St. Patrick’s Day Banner: How cute is this tiny banner for St. Patrick’s Day? Would be so cute in plants or flowers or even as a cake topper! (via Landeelu)
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5. St. Patrick’s Day Ombre Design: Cut out shamrocks in various colors of green to make this cool ombre design. Such an easy project! Get your kids involved in the crafting. (via Life in Wonderland)
7. Shamrock Bouquet: Craft up a bunch of shamrock flowers and make them into a pretty green bouquet. You just need green paper, wooden skewers, and a mason jar to use as a vase! (via Sweet and Lovely Crafts)
8. Paper Shamrock Garland: I love the look of this St. Patrick’s Day garland. 3D paper shamrocks and gold coins are attached to green twine and hung around the house! (via Hoosier Homemade)
9. Shamrock Balloons: How adorable would these green shamrock balloons be for a St. Paddy’s Day party? Or just hang them in your home for some green holiday decor. Simple and inexpensive. (via Oh Happy Day)
Now which one should I make??