Put those awesome snowflake cutting skills to good use! Your St. Patrick’s Day decorations can be easy and fun this year. Don’t forget to include the kids in this quick project.

st patrick's day decorations

Directions: For added texture and visual interest, try using green crepe paper and origami paper together for your Celtic Clover Banner. Take a square piece of crepe paper or green origami paper and fold it into eighths.

Then round off the top to give your clover the lucky four leaves. Finally, cut your favorite designs into your clover. Below are a few ideas of some fun designs. You’ll have the luck of the Irish in no time!

Photography and styling by Sara Schmutz.

2 Comments

  1. What a cute idea! I love making snowflakes at Christmas time and would jump at another excuse to make them every time of year. I’m definitely going to try these!

    Rachel    Wednesday, February 22, 2012
  2. Very nice; thanks for the great idea!

    Shar    Saturday, March 10, 2012

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