st pattys decor

What luck! Our new Clover Pack is here in time to celebrate on March 17th! There are even enough shapes to spell out “Happy St. Patrick’s Day!” These are also good for more than St. Patty’s Day. It’s no blarney, use these clever clovers to wish someone luck on any occasion or milestone.

PS colors: peacock & paper bag
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Materials Needed:

• Clover Garland How-to PDF

• Clover die cut pack

• 2.5″ label sheets in ecowhite

• ¼” hole punch

• 1″ satin ribbon in moss



1. Using the font of your choice (we used AdLib BT), print H-a-p-p-y-S-t.-P-a-t-r-i-c-k’-s-D-a-y-! onto 2.5″ labels

2. Peel and stick each label onto a clover shape

3. String together with 1″ wide ribbon by punching two ¼” holes at the top of each letter

4. Hang all together in one sweep or in three parts


6 Responses

  1. Zemphira says:

    That is so cute!

  2. this is so cute….cannot wait to get the clover leaves and make this awesome St. Patty’s Day treat..thank you for sharing

  3. Lauren O'Donnell says:

    LOVE!!! Just in time for one of my favorite holidays!!

  4. Laurel says:

    Really cute and great timing for St. Patty’s day!

  5. Fun tutorial! Could easily customize it to any holiday…

  6. Laura M says:

    I recreated this for my son Tyler’s first birthday. His bday is Saint Patty’s Day. Instead typed out Happy Birthday Tyler. Love the idea of using other shapes for birthdays and other events.