Easy DIY St. Patrick's Day Banner
Out of all the holidays, I usually am lazier with decorating for St. Patrick's Day.
You might just say after decorating for almost 6 months straight from Halloween to Valentine's day can get a tad bit exhausting. Every year I try a littler harder to add some touches of green and four-leaf clovers into the mix. I will try again this year by hanging a few touches of green around the house.
With that said, I have quite simply the easiest DIY anyone can do. This is another Dollar Tree DIY. I found these foam four leaf clovers at the Dollar Tree. Actually, the prices have now gone up at Dollar Tree to $1.25 so I have been calling it the Dollar Twenty Five Tree. That's another topic of conversation though. If you can't find these clovers at the Dollar Tree there are a similar style of these available on Amazon.
This is an inexpensive DIY project all around. All you need are the foam four-leaf clovers and some string. If you have a single hole paper puncher, you are ahead of the game. If you are in need of buying a hole paper puncher, look no further than here.
Step-by-step instructions below:
- Remove the foam four-leaf clovers from the package
- Use the hole paper puncher and make a hole on the top of the four-leaf clover. Center it as best as possible
- Continue this process until you have made a whole in every single four-leaf clover
- Now you will begin to weave your string through the holes. If you have two varying shades of green, feel free to alternate the two on the string. However, there are no rules - do whatever makes your heart happy
- Hang up the garland wherever you please
Happy St. Patrick's Day to you all! Thank you for following along.
A video tutorial to assemble this easy DIY St. Patrick's Day Garland.
Materials you'll need for the project: jute twine, foam four-leaf clovers, scissors, single hole paper puncher.
Four Leaf Clover Foam Cut Outs - found these at Dollar Tree. However, a similar style can be found here.
Paper Hole Puncher
Use the hole paper puncher and make a hole on the top of the four-leaf clover. Center it as best as possible. If you are in need of buying a hole paper puncher, look no further than here.
Now you will begin to weave your string through the holes. If you have two varying shades of green, feel free to alternate the two on the string.
How fun is this final look? Super festive and adorable!
Another angle! Happy crafting.
- Jute Twine (Dollar Tree)
- Foam Four-Lead Clover Cut Outs (Dollar Tree)
- Paper Hole Puncher (Already Owned)