I had never thought of incorporating St. Patrick’s Day into my farmhouse decor for the month of March. But I spotted some inspiration on Pinterest, and now I see that it’s actually doable. And really quite charming! To help you catch the vision, I have some St. Patrick’s Day DIYs for the farmhouse home. I think you’ll be inspired to incorporate the luck of the Irish this March!
There’s no reason that your vintage window frame can’t be adorned with a cute wooden shamrock for St. Patrick’s Day. It looks so festive!
With something as simple as a free printable housed in a farmhouse style frame, you can invite the luck o’ the Irish into your homes without being cheesy or tacky.
Use puffy paint to add a festive message to a mason jar. Then paint the whole thing in a lovely shade of Irish green!
Dried moss glued to the glass of a vintage frame is a charming farmhouse way to greet St. Patrick’s Day. You can find dried moss for this DIY project at your local Dollar Tree.
This St. Patrick’s Day banner adds the perfect touch to a farmhouse mantel. Find the supplies to craft your own at Michaels.
Green glass mason jars are naturally perfect for St. Patrick’s Day farmhouse decor. Add some burlap and baby’s breath and set it on your farmhouse table.
I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again. Wreaths are my favorite! This one is just right for a farmhouse door all March long.
Interested in creating one of these for yourself? See these projects, ideas and more at the following links:
Jersey Girl in the South St. Patrick’s Day + farmhouse style inspiration