Dollar Store St. Patrick’s Day Wreath

Using dollar store finds, you can create a unique and festive St. Patrick's Day wreath!


As I’m sure you’ve noticed by my previous wreath projects (Christmas, Halloween), I am a BIG fan of the Dollar Store when it comes to these kind of holiday projects.   You can get so inventive for such a little investment! Plus every year you can make a new one!

Just like my Halloween wreath, I utilized a $1 plate charger I found at Michaels as the base for my Dollar Store St. Patrick’s Day Wreath.  The shamrocks and coins were found at the dollar store, and haphazardly glued all over the charger. I used a wooden heart  I had previously painted red (and ended up never doing anything with), and some cardstock letters.

I did pull out my trusty Cricut for the leprechaun hat – I tweaked the Mad Hatter’s hat from the Disney Classics Cricut cartridge and cut it from cardboard and green cardstock. I colored the cardboard with a gold paint marker.

Using dollar store finds, you can create a unique and festive St. Patrick's Day wreath!

The green and shamrock scarves were also found at the dollar store, believe it or not! I actually hesitated to use them to hang the wreath, since they were cute enough to wear, but decided to go for it anyway. I’m glad I did – I think it put a great finishing touch on the wreath!

Using dollar store finds, you can create a unique and festive St. Patrick's Day wreath!

How do you decorate for St. Patrick’s Day?





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  1. That’s a cute idea and really looks easy enough for my daughters to do on their own!

  2. This is so beautiful Megan! I really like it! We also like to go to the Dollar Store when we want to decorate.

  3. This wreath is such a cute and creative idea. I was just talking to my boys about St. Patrick’s day celebrations.

  4. This looks really fun and festive! We do not really decorate but we do some green baking (kim)

  5. Well, I don’t decorate for St. Patrick’s Day because I am not Irish, but I love the way your wreath came out. It’s awesome that you can make stuff like that :)


  7. I have not had time to decorate for St. Patricks Day yet and it is not looking good for this year. I need to find a Dollar Store in our area, we just moved and I am learning my way around town. Dollar Store is how I do a lot of fun activities with my son.

  8. Ok, I think that is the cutest St. Patty’s day wreath yet! So stinking cute! I love it! Time to go hit up the Dollar Store!

  9. What a fun wreath!! love the coins you added to it

  10. Those are cute – I actually like the decor of it.

  11. The dollar store rocks and you can always find wonderful things there for a good price.

  12. Looks like such a cute yet affordable craft. My sons love to do crafts, so we may have to take a trip to the Dollar Store soon to pick up some supplies.

  13. How cute! The scarf is the perfect touch and I can see why you hesitated since it is nice enough to wear. I love St. Patty crafts. They are always so festive.

  14. SO cute!! One of my 10 year olds is really into St. Patrick’s Day this year. This would be a great craft for her!

  15. Well, we actually don’t decorate for St. Patricks Day but I do love this wreath!

  16. What a beautiful craft! Love the scarf you used! Pinned it to my St. Patrick’s Day board too!

  17. Love the wreath, so creative!!! We usually never decorate for St-Patrick’s Day!

  18. This is really cute. The coins add the perfect touch.

  19. How fun! We LOVE St.Patrick’s Day! :) I love the gold coins on your wreath!

  20. This is the cutest little wreath. I usually don’t celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, but it seems like fun.

  21. That came out so cute! I love the Dollar Store for holiday decorations. They’re always my first stop.

  22. That looks great! I love the colors and the depth you gave it with the different layers.

  23. I love that this was so cheap to put together. I’m embarrassed to look around and realize we still have our Valentine’s day decorations hanging on the window. Michelle

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