St. Patrick’s Day Wreath. Make this shamrock wreath with just a few inexpensive supplies from Dollar Tree in under 10 minutes!
Every year, after spending time taking down my Valentine decorations and wrestling with the towering stack of holiday storage bins in the shed, I am faced with the same dilemma. Do I decorate for St. Patrick’s Day, spring, or skip right to Easter?
Honestly? Some years I don’t want to redecorate my house with changing holiday decor over and over again in the span of a couple of months. But, the weather can still be dreary and cold, so I want some cheerful decorations scattered around our home to make it feel cozy and inviting.
My solution? Decorate the main areas with spring decor. Then, I can easily change out the wreath on our front door as each holiday approaches to help make the house feel festive when you enter.
However, I didn’t have a St. Patrick’s Day wreath yet to get me through until Easter. Dollar Tree had all the supplies I needed to inexpensively make one myself. Plus, this wreath came together in just minutes.
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How to Make a St. Patrick’s Day Wreath
- Foam Wreath Form
- Feather Boas (3)
- Green Diamond Wrap
- Wooden St. Patricks’ Day Wall Hanging
- St. Patrick Sequined Bow Tie
- Glue Gun
Start by attaching the first feather boa to the wreath form using a glue gun.
Wrap the boa around the wreath and secure the end with hot glue.
Continue this with the other two feather boas until you have the entire wreath covered.
Related: DIY Wreath Ideas
Create a hanger for the wreath using the green diamond wrap. Cut a length of the diamond wrap, loop it around the top of the wreath, and secure the ends using a glue gun.
After removing the elastic from the green bowtie, attach the green bow over the diamond wrap where the ends were glued with your glue gun.
Cut one of the wooden shamrocks off of the wall hanging. Remove the ribbon from the back of the shamrock.
Helpful tip: Don’t be afraid to take things you find apart like this shamrock wall hanging, fake flowers, etc. You can repurpose them to be used in a new way to give your project a unique look.
Attach a strip of diamond wrap to the back of the shamrock using hot glue.
Place the wooden shamrock in the center of the wreath. Cut the excess diamond wrap so it will hang in the middle of the wreath when attached to the diamond wrap loop below the bow. Attach the two diamond wraps together with a little hot glue.
Related: St. Patrick’s Day Craft Ideas
Now, your St. Patrick’s Day wreath is ready to hang! I love the fluffy feathers. It really makes it so fun.
I love getting craft supplies from Dollar Tree. They have a great selection each holiday so, it makes it so affordable to be creative. This wreath only cost me $7!
I really love how it looks hanging on my green front door!
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