St. Patty’s day is coming up, which means fabulous parties, awesome crafts and, hopefully, some Irish luck. This is the perfect time to bring out your Cricut, crafting tools and creativity. In this blog post, you’ll find 10 crowd-pleasing St. Patrick’s Day Cricut crafts and project ideas.

10 St. Patrick’s Day Cricut Crafts and Project Ideas


1. Paper art – St. Patty’s Tags

With Cricut, creating paper art St. Patrick’s Day craft is easy and fun. Guests will love your St. Patty’s tags when they see them wrapped around little party favors, bottles or special treats. All you need to do is cut shapes separately and glue them together to craft your own Leprechaun cuteness.

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2. Framed St. Patrick’s Lucky Sign

St. Patrick’s Day decoration crafts are a must at any St. Patty’s parties, right? The best part about this frame lucky sign and the banners can make for quite an elegant decor. The “lucky” word can be created with felt and cut with your Cricut.

St. patrick's day canvas art made with Cricut

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3. St. Patrick’s Card

From all the St. Patrick’s Day Cricut crafts and project ideas, this is one of the favorites. You can get really creative with your St. Patty’s cards. Whether you create one exactly like this or add leprechauns and pots of gold, your friends and family will love it.

St.Patricks day card idea- made with Cricut

via Creative Time for Me

4. Shamrock pillow

Here is a St. Patty’s craft idea for the perfect gift. When it comes to Cricut projects, the iron-on feature allows you to maximize your creativity. With shamrock designs, you can add an entire pattern to pillowcases, t-shirts, sheets, or any piece of fabric.

St.Patrick's Day Pillow made with Cricut

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5. Treat bags for your St. Patrick’s party

For a memorable party, this is one of the St. Patrick’s Day Cricut crafts and project ideas that you don’t want to skip. These treat bags with the St. Patty’s design are the cutest thing ever. You can also use an iron-on design for this one. Then, fill them up with gold coins for the perfect St. Patrick’s party favor.

via Lia Griffith

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6. Printable labels for your bottles

Vinyl prints are a fantastic way to give your St. Patty’s party the best “leprechaun-y” atmosphere. One popular St. Patrick’s Cricut project is to create labels for your bottles or cans. Find some fun designs and get your bottles ready for your St. Patrick’s party.

printable label st.Patrick's day craft idea

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7. Tiny Shamrocks

When considering which St. Patrick’s Day Cricut crafts and project ideas to take on, these tiny shamrocks are a no-brainer. The Cricut can cut the shamrock shapes, and they can be easily assembled in a small vase. Who wouldn’t love one of these little shamrock vases?

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8. Felt Shamrock Pin

Another crowd-pleasing St. Patrick’s Cricut craft are these adorable felt shamrock pins. Once you have the right shapes and the Cricut has cut the felt, you will sew them together with a bar pin to the back. With this pin, you can celebrate St. Patrick’s holiday throughout the day.

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9. Lucky Pencils

Creating lucky pencils cutouts are a fantastic way to celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day with the kids. Whether at school or home, kids will love to have decorated pencils for the occasion. You can also vary the design and let your creativity run wild.

Cricut idea for st. patricks day. the kids would love these!

via Oh Happy Day

10. St. Patrick’s DIY photo props

If you want to make sure your guests are taking fun pictures and sharing them on social media, photo props are the way to go. With your Cricut, you can create St. Patrick’s Day themed photo props, like the leprechaun’s hat, the red-haired mustache and much more.

Photo props for St. Patrick's day made with Cricut

via Lia Griffith

With these St. Patrick’s Day Cricut crafts and project ideas, you’ll have the best holiday ever. Whether you are working on crafts with the kids or planning a great party, give these St. Patty’s Cricut projects a try, you won’t regret it.