Add some fun DIY St Patricks Day decor to your home with the help of your Cricut Maker and the designs in Cricut Access. Adding some greenery and shamnrock shenanegans to your home will have you feeling the irish spirit in no time.
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Supplies Needed For Your DIY St Patricks Day Decor
- Cricut Maker with Knife Blade, Rotary Blade, and Fine Point blade.
- Cricut Chipboard
- Cricut patterned vinyl
- Cricut adhesive foil
- Transfer Tape
- Cricut Felt in green
- Floral wire
Instructions To Make Your St Patricks Day Decor
To start we will start be cutting out the shamrock from chipboard. You will need to use the strong grip mat and the knife blade. If your mat is not brand new, you may want to secure the edges with masking tape to make sure nothing moves. Expect the design to cut about 18 passes for a clear cut, but be sure to check it by pausing the cutting (but do not unload the mat).
Cut another layer of the shamrock in the patterned vinyl of your choice and adhere it to the chipboard shamrock. Use transfer tape if needed to line up the shapes.
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This DIY St. Patricks Day Decor would be easily adapted for a St. Patricks Day party too!