March 01, 2024

St. Patrick’s Day Craft Projects

Wow, today is first day of March at ang bilis matapos ng February kahit may leap day pa kahapon. Holy Week is fast approaching and I already started doing some Easter craft projects but before that, I will share my St. Patrick’s Day craft projects. 

I know that we don’t celebrate St. Patrick’s Day here in the country but since one of my crafting goals this year is to reduce my scrap, I decided to cut these designs by Craft with Sarah and Digital Gems. I have so many green and gold scrap paper from all the Christmas Craft Projects that I did so I want to use it.

But, of course, I did some research about St. Patrick’s Day. From what I’ve read, St. Patrick's Day is a religious holiday that started in the 17th century. It is a celebration of the arrival of Christianity in Ireland which happened every March 17, the death date of St. Patrick. 

This religious holiday turned into a secular holiday when Irish immigrants started a St. Patrick’s Day parade in Boston in the year 1737 followed by New York City in the year 1762. The St. Patrick’s Day symbols are green color, shamrocks, leprechauns, parades, harp, corned beef, cabbage, and beer. 



Leprechaun


Male and Female St. Patrick’s Day Teddy Bear


St. Patrick’s Day Dog and Cat



This is supposed to be a Chocolate Ball Holder but I don’t have chocolate balls so I used a lollipop for this. I just resized the design to fit my lollipop. 

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