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Published on February 28th, 2014 | by Bonnie Getchell


25 DIY Recycled St. Patrick’s Day Crafts

25 DIY Recycled St. Patrick's Day CraftsGet inspired with 25 DIY recycled St. Patrick’s Day crafts that would make any leprechaun proud!

Did you check out yesterday’s post on how to make a St. Patrick’s Day embroidery hoop wreath? I loved making it and wanted to come up with more craft project ideas to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day! I searched all over Pinterest and found the best of the best St. Patrick’s Day crafts that you will adore! They’re not only green in color, but they’re green, eco-friendly projects as well! Click on the titles for each project to see the full tutorials:

1. Recycled champagne cork earrings

2. Mason jar St. Patrick’s Day vases

3. Make a recycled green garland

4. DIY t-shirt headband

5. Art with food: pepper stamps

6. Shamrock heart hair clips  (eco-friendly swap: use recycled felt or a felted sweater)

7. Simple St. Patrick’s Day banner

8. Penny jar pot o’ gold

9. Recycled shamrock brooch

10. Upcycled cardboard garland

11. St. Patrick’s Day coffee cup sleeve

12. St. Patty’s rag wreath

13. Recycled bottle cap rainbow

14. Toilet paper roll bracelets

15. Recycled pudding cup St. Patrick’s Day hat

16. Green thread spool wreath

17. Toilet paper roll shamrocks

18. Giant recycled t-shirt shamrock

19. Twine shamrock vase (eco-friendly swap: instead of baker’s twine, use hemp twine)

20. Paper shamrocks craft (eco-friendly swap: use recycled paper or recycled scrapbook paper)

21. Toilet paper roll shamrock stamp

22. Felt St. Patrick’s Day garland (eco-friendly swap: use recycled felt or a felted sweater)

23. Egg carton shamrocks

24. Wine cork shamrock stamp

25. Upcycled fabric banner (just use light and dark green eco-friendly fabrics)

Which St. Patrick’s Day crafts do you want to try this year? Share your ideas with us in the comment section below or even on our Facebook page! We’ll also pin more St. Patrick’s Day ideas on our holiday crafts board, so make sure you follow along on Pinterest!

[Photo credit: Shamrocks on Wood via Shutterstock, text added]

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Hello! I'm Bonnie -- a craft nerd, musician, writer, furniture and vintage lover, crafter, and diyer! If you would like to learn more about me, I also have my own blog, Revolutionaries, where I write about more craft projects, furniture redos, and my faith! You can also find me on , Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

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