5 Fun and Eco-Friendly St. Patrick’s Day Projects!

Eco-friendly St. Patrick's Day Craft Projects

2. Scrappy No-Sew Flower by Miss Lovie

Allie at Miss Lovie created this adorable flower for her St. Patrick’s Day wreath. However, she lists other options for the flower too, like attaching it to your sweater, purse, or a picture frame. What I love the most about it, though, is that it requires no sewing– all you need is hot glue, scissors, and fabric! Speaking of fabric, consider using some of our fab eco-friendly fabrics! I’m not a huge fan of green, so this would be a perfect way to add a little St. Patrick’s Day fun to my outfit that day without going overboard.

Next>> St. Patty’s Rag Wreath by The Magic of Ordinary Things

[Photo via Miss Lovie, used with permission]

Written by Bonnie Getchell

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