Brin the luck of the Irish into your home with St Patricks Day wreaths! St Patricks Day is around the corner and you should start getting your home ready. If you enjoy making things with your hands, try this wreath that will impress all who walk by. If you have already started seeing green, this wreath will give you a chance to show your love for the day. A felt wreath is one of the best St Patricks Day wreaths because it stands out beautifully in any place. It has a lovely ruffled look and is soft to the touch. Follow these instructions to make a lucky wreath and try this Creative St. Patrick’s wreath made from green holiday ornaments.
How to Make St Patricks Day Felt Wreaths
Image via: Etsy – Darsis Designs – Saint Patricks Day Wreath
Wreath Making Supplies
Shamrock ornaments (optional)
Wreath Making Directions:
- Using the marker, trace your circular object on the felt to create circles. Trace as many circles as you can.
- Cut out the circles from the felt.
- Take one circle and fold it to make it look like a quarter (fold twice). Pierce the corner of the felt piece with a floral pin and attach it to the wreath.
- Repeat the above process for the other felt pieces. When pinning them to the wreath, make sure they are as close as possible.
- Fill the wreath with the felt pieces and ensure it doesn’t show through.
- To make a shamrock wreath, attach your ornaments to the wreath with the glue gun.
- Secure the ribbon to the wreath. Hang your wreath.
If you want to do much more, draw inspiration from other St Patricks ideas. You can decorate your home with yellow accents, cook corned beef and cabbage, or dress in green clothes. You can even throw a St. Patrick’s Day party.
While St Patricks Day wreaths come in every shape and size, there’s a lot to be said about this gorgeous wreath. It is simple yet stunning. It requires only a few supplies and doesn’t take up a lot of time. You can even make two wreaths for your home: one for the front door and one for the interior.
Want to spread more luck of the Irish? Try our St. Patrick’s Burlap Wreath tutorial.