This year, I wanted to find St. Patrick’s Day crafts, that are not on Pinterest, to offer my friends and family homemade gifts and to decorate my home. These are my personal top five websites offering instructions to get my craftiness on to celebrate the holiday.
Better Homes and Gardens
Make an adorable leprechaun pin or cross stitch the little guy to bring the luck of the Irish into your home. These are just a couple of the crafts for St. Patrick’s Day you’ll find on this popular site.
The crafty queen shows you 20 Irish crafts you can do to celebrate March 17th. This page offers decorating ideas, including flower arrangements, as well as other St. Patrick’s Day projects you can complete to turn your home into a lucky abode.
You’ll find St. Patrick’s Day crafts on this page, including a leprechaun trap to finally get your pot of gold. Have a little fun making lucky charms, placements and more to get into the Celtic spirit of the holiday.
St. Patrick Craft Ideas
This site offers over 20 Crafts for St. Patrick’s Day, including using shamrocks, leprechauns and other symbols to create lucky items for your home. There are needlework projects and recipes, as well, to really commemorate the day.
Vintage Image Craft
The five Irish crafts on this site range from cultural St. Patrick’s Day projects to proudly showcase your heritage to charms to give to loved ones. It also offers a brief history of the holiday and its symbols.
Luckily, many of these St. Patrick’s Day crafts, that are not on Pinterest, can be displayed year around for luck and blessings. Check out the ″Further Reading″ section, below, for other ideas to celebrate this important holiday in Irish culture.
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