Festive DIY St. Patrick's Day Decorations for Your Home

Thanks to google + pinterest searches for these FAB ideas!

Gorgeous moss placemats add so much texture to your St. Patrick’s Day table ~ Get the tutorial at Bespoke Decor.

Yes you can play with your food, play around with dried split peas to give centerpieces a pop of vibrant color. ~ Get the tutorial at Two Twenty One.

As if your dinner of corned beef and cabbage wasn’t festive enough, add these rainbow pots to your table for extra St. Paddy’s cheer. ~ Get the tutorial at Stacy Risenmay

Store flowers, utensils, or photo booth props in these painted mason jars that pay homage to your roots — or the roots of St. Patrick, at least.

A folded napkin can serve double duty at the table: as clever décor and practical use. If you’re hosting a St. Patrick’s Day feast of hearty corned beef and cabbage, greens, or sweet treats, greet your guests with a clover-inspired napkin. ~ GET THE FOUR-LEAF CLOVER NAPKIN FOLD

This “reverse planter” functions as a gorgeous centerpiece for your dining room table or entryway. ~ Get the tutorial at 21 Rosemary Lane.

The hue makes them festive enough for St. Patrick’s Day, but these jars are so pretty you’ll want to leave them out all spring! ~ Get the tutorial at Cottage at the Crossroads.

With some green and yellow jelly beans, glittery shamrocks, and twigs from outside, you can make this eye-catching decoration. ~ Get the tutorial at It’s My Life, Storm.

Add a pop of green to your couch with this adorable pillow cover. ~ Get the tutorial at Jedi Craft Girl.

With this massive green backdrop, every picture you take will be Instagram-worthy — and seriously festive. ~ Get the tutorial at The House That Lars Built

Stick fresh or faux blooms in these decorated mason jars that spell out “LUCK.”


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