Shamrock crafts are something I have never done before but I kept seeing all these adorable ideas this year and had to go for it. Plus, I’m about all of life’s journeys so I can’t leave out St. Paddy’s!
I’ve searched far and wide for 50 adorable ideas for shamrock crafts and products. So whether you love to DIY or you love to buy, you’ll be set with these ideas below.
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50 Fun Shamrock Ideas
First, I’ll start with crafts because that’s what I love to do. Here’s my favorite ideas for shamrock crafts.
These easy stamped cards are a favorite of mine. Use green paper to make it more festive or green ink.
These Shamrock mason jars are surprisingly easy to make and too cute. Find the tutorial over on the Mom 4 Real blog.
3. Leprechaun Hats
Next up, these leprechaun hats by Mom on Timeout are too cute and could be used to fill treats. Check out the full tutorial on her blog.
For this one, you can download the template for the shamrock on the Journey Junkies page. Then, just print, cut, string together, and add embellishments as you see fit.
If you’re not into green clothing, then you’ll definitely need pinch protection this St. Paddy’s Day. Check out this adorable pin on the That’s What Che Said blog.
6. Easy Shamrock Stamp
I have a love of wine and therefore have plenty of wine corks around my home. I love this idea of making them into an easy stamp like the one below.
This vinyl St. Patrick’s Day sign is so adorable. Get the how to and the template from Landee.
Last up in the craft section is printable art. Make your own or find ours in The Print Shop.
This category is much less DIY but still fun and can still be personalized. You can find all these ideas on Zazzle where you can personalize and adjust to your heart’s content. Zazzle is great for personalizing items you’ve already found. Here’s 42 more shamrock ideas.
If you want to make your own stickers, you can download our template or use your own graphics.
These tags are another easy idea.
Do you know someone who just had a baby? If so, tell them how lucky they are with this onesie.
I love themed bachelorette parties, and it would be too fun to have a Lucky in Love party themed around St. Patty’s Day, especially if the bride is Irish.
If you’re going to a St. Paddy’s Day party, then be sure to wear your green with this customizable t-shirt.
I’m pretty sure that people drink a bit on St. Paddy’s Day, so keep it festive.
You don’t want to get pinched for not sporting your green on this day, so wear it in a button. Or, if you’re hosting the party, keep them around for those who don’t come prepared.
How fun would it be to go all out for that parade and even wear festive glasses?!
Another party invite ideas is for the birthday party. Do you have a baby born around St. Patty’s in your life? If so, keep it themed.
Am I the only one who loves temporary tattoos? No? Good. It’s too fun for the party. Get your green on with these.
If you’re going to one of those parties we mentioned above (bachelorette, birthday, etc.) then keep the theme going with wrapping paper.
Another great thing about Zazzle is that they have clothing that comes with different colors. This green hat was basically begging to be for St. Patty’s.
If you’re throwing a St. Patrick’s day party, then get the things you need anyway with a festive touch.
People are messy, don’t forget the napkins!
We did plates, napkins, and finally, the cups!
For the person who loves all things Irish.
Just because she can’t drink doesn’t mean she can’t celebrate!
Don’t forget the pup!
If shamrock’s are lucky, then you may need one on your golf ball too.
Always a good idea to get extra luck.
Welcome mats are a favorite of mine for decorating, it’s just too easy!
This mug can be used year around.
Keep the green going even after St. Paddy’s Day
Know someone who loves to cook and loves everything Irish? This is a fun gift they’ll love.
Give the guests at your party their own pot of gold to take home with these fun boxes.
Another great git idea is this simple key chain. Let them carry luck with them everywhere they go.
Send the luck through the mail all year-long with these stamps.
The kitchen towels are another easy way to decorate.
If you’re Irish or love the holiday, decorate your home all year-long with this clock. Makes a great gift as well.
If you’re throwing the party, you’ll need an invite, right?
This throw pillow is fun any time of year.
Puzzle makes a great game for kids and adults.
Is your pup one lucky dog? Be sure to let the world know.
Decorate for the day with this banner.
Another idea is this shamrock ribbon you can use to decorate or wrap a gift.
I mean, if it gets hot, you may need a fan.
I love this poster for all year-long. Yes, I had to go there.
Give your guests their own pot of gold with these favor bags.
Next up, carry the luck with you with this tote bag.
Who doesn’t need a little extra luck on their playing cards?
Last idea is these fun coasters. Easy way to decorate for the season or keep all year.