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The Best St. Patrick's Day Decorations for Your Home

The Best St. Patrick's Day Decorations for Your Home

St. Patrick's Day Decorations

Do you want to add St. Patrick's Day Decorations to your home but don't know where to start? Don't worry, we have you covered! In this blog post, we will discuss some of the best St. Patrick's Day decorations for your home. We will also provide tips on how to decorate your home in a festive and Irish-themed way. Let's get started!

Lots of green!

One of the best ways to decorate your home for St. Patrick's Day is to incorporate green into your décor. You do not want people having to search for the green hues in your home around St. Patty's Day!

Green is, of course, the color most associated with Ireland and with St. Patrick's Day. You can use green in a number of ways to decorate your home in a fun way.

For example, you can use green paint or green accents to add a touch of Ireland to your home. You can also use green plants or flowers to decorate your home. If you really want to go all out, you can even decorate your home with green lights!

You can always do some fun DIY crafts that include the whole family! Crafts are always a great excuse to create wonderful, one-of-a-kind decorations for your home. All you need is some art supplies and your ideas and you are good to go.

St. Patricks Day Flowers

Incorporate Irish symbols

Another great way to decorate your home for St. Patrick's Day is to incorporate Irish symbols into your decorations. Some common Irish symbols that you can use to decorate your home include shamrocks, leprechauns, and pots of gold.

You can use these symbols in several ways to decorate your home. For example, you can hang shamrock banners or leprechaun paintings on your walls. You can also place pots of gold around your home or even make your own leprechaun trap! (This would be another fun way to create and bring crafts into your St. Patrick's Day decorations!)

St. Patty's DoorFotos

Make sure you check out our selection of St. Patty's Day door covers online at DoorFoto.com! With a simple search of "St. Patrick's Day" on our website, you will see 2 pages of designs for you to choose from.

One of our favorite designs is this "Happy St. Patrick's Day" door cover because it is simple enough to pair other decorations with it, yet it is modern enough that it could stand on its own if you wanted!

If you wanted to go the more traditional St. Patty's Day route, we suggest this "St. Patrick's Day Flag" door cover. It features the Ireland flag colors, as well as some of the most recognized St. Patrick's Day symbols!

If you seem to not be liking any of the St. Patty's Day DoorFotos that we have on our website, remember that you could always send us your own personal image to turn into a DoorFoto if you would like! Maybe you have a family photo from your St. Patrick's Day party from last year that you would like to turn into a decoration... if so, all you have to do is send that image to us and we got you!

Use festive Irish-themed décor

If you really want to get into the St. Patrick's Day spirit, you can use festive Irish-themed décor to decorate your home. Some great Irish-themed décor items that you can use to decorate your home include Irish flags, Celtic knots, and Gaelic words.

Some quick history on Celtic knots - they were used by the ancient Celts to decorate their homes and belongings. Celtic knots are often associated with luck and good fortune. So, it would be fitting to use them as part of your St. Patrick's Day decorations!

You can use these items in several ways to decorate your home. For example, you can hang Irish flags on your walls or place Celtic knots around your home. You can also spell out Gaelic words with letter banners or even make your own Gaelic sign!

Irish wooden flag

If you wanted to... you could send us an image at DoorFoto.com of the Gaelic sign you create, and we can make that into a DoorFoto for you! DoorFotos are machine washable, reusable, athletic fabric door wraps that go right over your door like a fitted bed sheet. It would be a great way to bring your ideas and decorations to life, and it will directly match your style since it was made by you!

Patrick's Day Garland

A Patrick's Day garland is a great way to decorate your home for St. Patrick's Day. You can make your own garland by stringing together shamrocks, leprechauns, pots of gold, and other Irish-themed items.

You can also use this garland to decorate your fireplace, staircase, or even your front door!

Make sure you add a lot of green hues to your garland to really show your St. Patty's Day spirit.

Food and drinks

Another way to decorate for St. Patrick's Day is by adding Irish-themed food and drinks. (This also doubles as a practical decoration too... since you can eat these decorations of course!) A great way to do this is by setting up a buffet of traditional Irish dishes and having a party!

Some examples of traditional Irish dishes are Irish soda bread, shepherd's pie, and colcannon. You can find recipes for these dishes online or in cookbooks. They will surely be a hit at your party!

You can also make your own green shamrock shake by adding green food coloring to vanilla ice cream. Top it off with some whipped cream and you have a delicious and festive treat that can serve as a party favor too!

Streamers and balloons

You can also include festive green decorations like streamers and balloons to really get into the St. Patrick's Day spirit. You can buy some from the store around this holiday, or you can even get creative and make your own green streamers or shamrock balloons!

You can make your own streamers or balloons for St. Patrick's Day decorations by simply cutting up some green construction paper into streamers and putting some handmade shamrocks to your ballons with tape!

Wreaths

A shamrock wreath is another perfect decoration for your home around this holiday. You can make your own wreath by simply finding a free printable of a shamrock template online and tracing it onto green construction paper.

Once you have cut out all of your shamrocks, glue them onto a piece of green ribbon or twine. Hang your wreath on your front door or anywhere else in your home to really show off your St. Patrick's Day spirit!

Or you can go to the store and choose from one of the multiple, beautiful St. Patrick's Day wreaths or a shamrock wreath that they will sell around this time of the year! One of our favorite spots to check out is Etsy as they support local artisans that make AMAZING decorations.

Tablecloth

Another great way to decorate your home for St. Patrick's Day is by using a green tablecloth. This is a great way to add some color and festivity to your dining room table.

You can also use this tablecloth to decorate other surfaces in your home, like your coffee table or your countertops. These tablecloths will really bring that St. Patty's Day mood to your home and compliment the St. Patrick's Day food you have out nicely.

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These are just a few of the best St. Patrick's Day decorations for your home. With these decorations, you will be sure to have a festive and Irish-themed home that is ready for St. Patrick's Day! So get started decorating and enjoy the holiday!

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