DIY St. Patrick's Day Banner

Posted by Natalie Wright

If green isn't your thing, this DIY St. Patrick's Day banner has a modern twist!

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It's not spring yet...but it is starting to feel like it's just around the corner, don't you think? Or maybe I am just really tired of winter. Ha! Either way, decorating in March isn't always my favorite thing. I am not a girl that loves to decorate with green. Like ever. So it just kinda made sense this year to decorate my office with some fun black and decor instead!

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To make this DIY St. Patrick's Day banner, all you need is:

  • Jen Hadfield DIY Home Banner Kit: or DIY your own with a banner punch board and stickers!
  • Adhesive Foam Squares
  • Scissors
  • Black and White Cardstock
  • Twine (if making your own banner from scratch)
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I LOVE this banner kit. I have purchase several from Blitsy in the past because it is so versatile, and has so many letters. The letters come prepunch for hanging, and the kit even has string! It's a great price too for something that makes several banners from one kit. You can also create this DIY St. Patrick's Day banner by using the banner punch board and stickers!

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To get started, search the banner kit to find the letters spelling "Good Luck". Or cut your banner shapes and adhere stickers to the front. String them with the white string provided or a decorative twine and add a little tape of adhesive to the back so they don't slide around.

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Using the black cardstock, cut several shamrock pieces either by hand or with an electronic die-cut machine.

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Use the adhesive foam squares to pop a few shamrocks on the banner. I kept mine simple, but embellish it as much as you like!

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I liked how it looked so much, I cut an extra large shamrock for a frame. Simple, but I love how they look together!

That's it! My DIY St. Patricks Day banner is just the right touch for my office desk. Sometimes you need just super simple decor in a space you spend a lot of time in. I love how it turned out!

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