St. Patrick’s Day Cricut Crafts

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Bring the luck of the Irish into your home (and your wardrobe) with these fun and easy St. Patrick’s Day Cricut Crafts! Whether you’re throwing a fun St. Patrick’s Day party or just looking for something to wear to avoid getting pinched, you’ll find the perfect craft here. Collage of St. Patrick's Day crafts made with CricutSt. Patrick’s Day is the perfect occasion to bring out your Cricut machine for a little lucky crafting. We don’t do a ton for this holiday, but I do love putting up a little bit of fun decor or sporting a fun shirt. You can’t go wrong with a few fun St. Patrick’s Day recipes either. These Irish Creme Green Velvet St. Patrick’s cupcakes and this Irish Flag snack tray are always hits at our house!

But, this post isn’t about tasty treats. Instead, it’s about giving you some fun projects you can make for St. Patrick’s Day with your Cricut! Whether you have a Cricut Maker, Cricut Joy, or anything in between, there are some fabulously fun St. Patrick’s Day Cricut crafts you can make! Create party favors, tote bags, hats, mugs… you name it!

St. Patrick’s Day Cricut Craft Supplies

St. Patrick’s Day Cricut Crafts 

This list features fun St. Patrick’s Day projects for the whole family. Many of these projects come with handy SVG files that you can use on other projects, too. Add some chocolate gold coins, a lot of green, and a pinch of luck, and you’ll have a beautiful finished project in no time.

Be sure to pin these projects so you can whip up something quick for St. Patrick’s Day for years to come!

Cricut Craft Projects for St. Patrick's Day

Easy St. Patrick’s Day Garland – from yours truly: Add a little green and orange to your home to help celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with this cute DIY Garland.

Pinch Proof Shirt from Happiness is Homemade: Make yourself totally pinch-proof by rocking this cute shirt. You could also use the SVG file to create a hat or tote bag for the occasion.

St. Patrick’s Day Treat Boxes from Artsy Fartsy Mama: Look what that sneaky leprechaun left behind… a box filled with gold coins! Alright, chocolate is almost as good as gold, isn’t it? These treat boxes make fun party favors, or hand them out to teachers, friends, and family as gifts.

Too Cute to Pinch Onesie from Create Craft Love: Get the baby in on the St. Paddy’s Day fun with this adorable onesie. It may be hard to resist pinching baby’s cheeks in this, though.

St. Patrick’s Day Favor Bags from Giggles Galore: Gold glitter hearts are arranged to look like a shamrock on these cute bags. Fill them with candies, stickers, or green pencils and erasers if you’re looking for a non-candy option for the holiday.

Top Hat Headband from It Happens in a Blink: Kids will love this cute top hat headband featuring a nice big shamrock. No pinching with this thing on!

Ombre Fringe Shamrock Wreath from Lydi Out Loud: Add some flair to your front door with a big, festive shamrock. The Cricut does all the fringe cutting work, which makes this project super easy to complete.

St. Patrick’s Day Layered Signs from That’s What Che Said: Create some gorgeous artwork for your walls or mantle! These would look amazing added to a food or drink table at a St. Paddy’s Day party.

Shamrock Earrings from Hey, Let’s Make Stuff: In just 10 minutes, you can make a beautiful pair of four leaf clover earrings to wear for St. Patrick’s Day. Make a pair for a friend who always forgets to wear green, too. She’ll thank you!

Lepre-llama Shirt from Hello Creative Family: No pinching drama for this lepre-llama! Any kid who loves llamas needs one of these shirts featuring a llama wearing a sparkling green top hat.

Shamrock Banner from Refashionably Late: The first St. Patrick’s Day banner in our list features shamrocks with different patterns and textures. The sparkly gold one is definitely our favorite of the bunch.

Lucky Banner from Laura’s Crafty Life: The second banner features the word “lucky” spelled out on green felt. It’s just beautiful, and it’s definitely a seasonal craft that you’ll want to pull out year after year.

Paper 4-Leaf Clovers from Daily DIY Life: Use the Cricut to cut out some lovely 4-leaf clovers to add to your decor. These shamrocks will look lovely added to a pot of Rolos or chocolate gold coins.

Shamrock Artwork from Hazel + Gold Designs: The platinum vinyl really makes the wording on this stunning shamrock out stand out. Although you can put the art in any frame, the “floating” look of this one finishes the project off nicely.

Lucky Rainbow Shirt and Shamrock Hair Clip from Pretty Providence: Teens and tweens will love this lucky rainbow design. Although it requires six different cuts, they’re fairly small and simple, so the project still goes quickly. The green shamrock hair clip adds an extra bit of festive flair to any outfit.

Pot of Gold Onesie from The Country Chic Cottage: Give everyone a chuckle at your St. Patrick’s Day party by putting your baby in this onesie that reads, “Sittin’ on a pot o’ gold.”

Happy St. Patrick’s Day!!! 


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I’m Sara, a mom to three adorable boys living in the Arizona desert. As a former teacher, I love sharing my passions with others. So, have a look around for creative inspiration about cooking, creating, celebrating, traveling with kids, and more everyday mom endeavors!


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