5 Card Stock Crafts to Make This St. Patrick's Day

Show off your festive spirit with these easy, budget-friendly green card stock crafts.

By: Abigail Barnes

Leprechaun Hat

Skip the typical green beads, and wear an adorable paper leprechaun hat instead. You can use this as a photo booth prop, a party favor idea or to avoid getting pinched. Get the full instructions>>

Paper Clover Centerpiece

Don't forget to decorate the table! Whether you just have a bar setup or an entire table spread, this centerpiece is the perfect decor for the occasion. Get the full instructions>>

Rainbow Cake Bunting

You won't find gold at the end of this rainbow — just delicious cake! Get the full instructions>>

Treat-Filled Paper Clovers

Surprise your guests with these paper clovers filled with delicious candy. You only need basic sewing skills and a few supplies to make this festive craft. Get the full instructions>>

Rainbow Wreath

Get your kids to help create spirals from paper strips to create this textured wreath. They will love to display this on their bedroom door. Get the full instructions>>

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