Last week, I shared a St. Patrick’s Day Rainbow Yarn Wreath, and I have eight more St. Patrick’s Day Wreaths to share today. With snow still covering the ground, I think I need this infusion of bright green in my life! Dress up your front door for spring and make one of these wreaths from felt, fabric, burlap or yarn.
Toni from Make Bake Celebrate also made a St. Patrick’s Day Yarn Wreath, and she made hers all green and added the prettiest felt shamrocks.
With the addition of felt shamrocks and yarn laced on in an argyle pattern, Cozy Home Chronicles calls her wreath a Preppy Argyle Shamrock Wreath.
Heather, from Just Call Us Heaven (how cute is that name – it’s a combination of Heather’s name and her husband’s name, Evan), wrapped her yarn around balls of STYROFOAM Brand Foam to make a St. Patricks’ Day Yarn Ball Wreath.
“Ruffled” felt is everywhere, and Morgan from The Handcrafted Life used this technique to make her Ruffled Felt St. Patrick’s Day Wreath.
On the blog Me & My Scraps, Michelle shares a picture of the Fabric & Burlap St. Patrick’s Day Wreath made by her friend Carol.
Jill at Create.Craft.Love always makes the cutest wreaths. Check out her quick, St. Patrick’s Day Wreath made with fabric strips, paper rosettes and festive, St. Pat’s picks.
Tara combined crepe paper rosettes and carnations to make the St. Patrick’s Day Wreath she shares on Fabulously Crafty.
HGTV will show you how to make this easy, burlap wreath. After March 17, you can remove the green ribbon and glittered shamrock and dress the wreath for another holiday.
And just in case you missed it last week, here’s the St. Patrick’s Day Rainbow Yarn Wreath featured on Crafts ‘n Coffee. The photo links to the tutorial.
Happy crafting and think spring!