Easy Dollar Tree St. Patrick’s Day Craft

Decorating for St. Patrick’s Day doesn’t have to be hard; especially, when you add a fun and easy Dollar Tree St. Patrick’s Day Craft!

At first glance, you’d never guess these grapevine hearts would turn into a shamrock; but with a little imagination, Mod Podge and green fabric you can turn them into the cutest DIY decor! Let’s G-O!

DIY Dollar Tree St Patricks Day Craft

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What You’ll Need to Make a St. Patrick’s Day Shamrock Craft

  • Dollar Tree grapevine hearts (if you cannot find them or don’t have a Dollar Tree near you, you can find them on Amazon HERE)
  • White Dollar Tree Canvas 8″x10″
  • Variety of Green Colored Fabric Scraps
  • Stamps and Ink Pad (optional)
  • Glue Gun
  • Paint Brush
  • Wire Cutters
  • Scissors
st patricks day craft supplies

Steps to Make St. Patrick’s Day Decor

Decorating for St. Patrick’s Day doesn’t have to be a big deal. You can grab these few supplies and create an easy sign to add to your buffet, china cabinet, or countertop for just the right amount of St. Paddy’s Day decor!

Step One

Using scissors cut heart shapes out of the fabric scraps that match the shape of the grapevine hearts (each on varies, so ‘eyeball’ it the best you can).

cutting out shamrock from fabric

Step Two

Hot glue the fabric into place on the canvas into the shape of a four-leaf clover.

gluing down fabric hearts on canvas

Step Three

Hot glue the grapevine hearts onto the top of each fabric heart.

gluing grapevine hearts onto shamrock

Step Four

Using the last heart; take wire cutters and trim in half. Glue to the canvas as the “stem” of the clover.

cutting stem with wire cutters

Step Five

Make a simple dovetail bow for the center of the shamrock and add a piece of bling to the center with hot glue.

cutting stem with wire cutters

Step Six

Add desired wording onto the canvas itself using stamps or stencil or free-hand with a Sharpie.

stamping onto St Patrick’s Day Craft Shamrock Sign canvas

Step-by-Step Video Tutorial

If you prefer to watch the step-by-step instructions video, see my previously live Facebook video below.

Easy St. Patrick’s Day Craft

This was one of those crafts that surprised me in the end!

st patricks day shamrock canvas

Using almost all Dollar Tree supplies created a fun seasonal piece of decor for my St. Patrick’s Day decorating!

st patricks day shamrock canvas styled on gallery wall

It turned out so cute. I hope you’ll make one for your home, too!

st patricks day shamrock canvas on gallery wall from angle

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Dollar Tree St. Patrick’s Day Craft

Decorating for St. Patrick's Day doesn't have to be hard; especially, when you add a fun Dollar Tree St. Patrick's Day Craft! At first glance, you'd never guess these grapevine hearts would turn into a shamrock; but with a little imagination, mod podge and green fabric you can turn them into the cutest DIY decor!

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Materials

Instructions

  • Using scissors cut heart shapes out of the fabric scraps that match the shape of the grapevine hearts (each on varies, so ‘eyeball’ it the best you can).
  • Hot glue the fabric into place on the canvas into the shape of a four leaf clover.
  • Hot glue the grapevine hearts onto the top of each fabric heart.
  • Using the last heart; take wire cutters and trim in half. Glue to the canvas as the “stem” of the clover.
  • Make a simple dove tail bow for the center of the shamrock and add a piece of bling to the center with hot glue.
  • Add desired wording onto the canvas itself using stamps or stencil or free-hand with a Sharpie.

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