Make this easy modern shamrock wreath for St.Patrick’s Day decor using paper and a simple grass wreath. This fun clover door hanger is perfect for minimal decor. For more fun decorating ideas for St Patty’s Day See my St. Patricks’ Day page.
This shamrock wreath is so simple to make. It started with a great fuzzy moss wreath. It was love at first sight when I saw this one!
The possibilities for what to do with this fun wreath are enough to keep me awake at night, but for this project, I just wanted something simple and neat to decorate my home with for the upcoming St Patrick’s Day holiday.
I used my Silhouette Cameo to cut out the shamrocks for the center of the wreath. I layered the clovers and hung them from the center with fun party beads.
I thought using pom trim for a hanger would add some fun interest too. Here’s how I made it!
Minimal St. Patrick’s Day Shamrock Wreath
- Green Moss Wreath
- Cardstock: Green, White Pattern or Cutout Clovers
- Gold Plastic Bead Necklace
- 16-inches of Ball Trim: Green
- Hot Glue & Gun
I used a Silhouette Cameo die-cut machine to cut out the shamrocks used in this wreath. You can purchase cutout clovers and use them if you do not have a Silhouette machine to create them.
Silhouette Instructions: Measure the inside of the wreath and cut out a clover to fit just inside the hole. Adjust the sizes of the clovers in half-inch graduating sizes going smaller.
I used patterned paper for the center shamrock. The other two are textured green card stock. I used the “Clover Things” Dingbat Font instead of buying an already made shamrock SVG file from the Silhouette store.
TIP: Downloading dingbats are an inexpensive way to grab shapes for Silhouette craft projects.
Bend the center of the clover petals forward to make a 3-dimensional clover.
Glue the three clovers together in the center.
Hot glue the shamrocks to the beads. Glue the beads to the wreath. Glue the ball trim in a loop next to the beads and hang! Super cute and fast wreath to make!
Wait before you go check out my friend Erlenes’ St Patrick’s Day Garland Wreath.
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