St. Patrick’s Day Crafts To Try This March

Saint Patricks Day shiny green clover ornament

 

Are you looking for an excuse to get creative? Well St Patrick’s Day is just around the corner so here are some Irish inspired crafts to try this March . . .

When is St Patrick’s Day?

St Patrick’s Day 2018, commonly referred to as St Paddy’s, is on Saturday March 17. We hope you are ready to try some super cool St Patrick’s Day crafts for adults.

Fun St Patrick’s Day Party Props!

If you have any Irish blood in you, you will know that St Patrick’s Day is the perfect excuse for a cracking party. And if you’ve been to a party recently you’ll be aware that photo booths and props are becoming incredibly popular.

So if you’re planning an amazing Irish bash we recommend that you try this particularly easy St Patrick’s Day party photo booth prop craft (yes we know it is quite a mouthful).

By following this link to the ‘tinyme’ blog you will be able to download your cute props. We then recommend you add your own personal touches, using one of uni-ball’s Jetstream RT Smudge Free pens.

A Lucky Shamrock Jar

We really love this lucky shamrock jar design idea which you can read more about here.

uni-ball’s POSCA markers are perfect for adding the gold or green shamrock as they work brilliantly on glass.

We can’t wait to make one ourselves and fill it with green sweets, glitter or maybe some ‘lucky’ gold chocolate coins. Yum!

Pot of Gold St Patrick’s Day Coasters

Are you are looking to add a dash of glamour to your St Patrick’s Day party? Well why don’t you make some of these glitzy coasters?

If you are into your textiles we are sure you will have some sequins handy. The best bit is once you’ve made them you can use them year after year.

Here’s how you make this easy St Patrick’s Day craft

St Patrick’s Day Crafts on Pinterest

If you are looking for even more St Patrick’s Day ideas, we suggest you take a look at the fantastic craft ideas and printables on Pinterest.

And on the subject of Pinterest . . .

Make sure you take a look at what pins uni-ball are loving right now, you can follow us on Pinterest by clicking right here.

 

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