The only thing better than a pot of gold is a house full of rainbows, leprechauns, and shamrocks galore. Whether you're throwing a St. Patrick's Day party or celebrating your Irish heritage with loved ones, give your home an extra dose of luck with these fun and festive decorations. Don't stop here: Check out these wreath and craft ideas.
With this massive green backdrop, every picture you take will be Instagram-worthy — and seriously festive.
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Perfect for the folks who leave their decorations up way past the holiday, this rainbow garland adds a pop of color to your home on St. Patrick's Day and beyond.
As if your dinner of corned beef and cabbage wasn't festive enough, add these rainbow pots to your table for extra St. Paddy's cheer.
What's green and gold all over? Your mantel. (And those pesky leprechauns running amuck.)
On March 17, get your whole family in the spirit by crafting each person their very own leprechaun hat.
Stick fresh or faux blooms in these decorated mason jars that spell out "LUCK."
Add a touch of green and gold to plain balloons by stuffing them with shredded metallic paper and decorating the outside with adhesive shamrock stickers.
After tracking down the leprechaun, set down a glass of green beer on one of these fancy yet functional coasters.
Finding four leaf clovers in your backyard is an adventure in itself. Instead, craft your own out of tissue paper and call it a day.
Because one garland isn't enough. Dress up a blank wall with layers of homemade garlands that feature shamrocks, gold coins, and bright rainbow hues.
Store flowers, utensils, or photo booth props in these painted mason jars that pay homage to your roots — or the roots of St. Patrick, at least.
Transform old party decorations — honeycomb balls, for example — into holiday-appropriate shamrocks with just a few scissor snips.
Holidays are basically an excuse to indulge. This adorable pot of gold, which can be used as a candy dish or party favor, holds all your treasures (a.k.a. chocolate).
Use this "Lucky Us" banner as a cake topper, put it in plants like this blogger did, or just hang it somewhere festive.
Pop this free printable into a frame and stick it on on your mantle for everyone to see.
These elegant green and gold mason jars are so pretty, you may not want to put them away after the holiday is over!
Find the gold at the end of the rainbow with this cute glittery vase.
These bright-green bouquets are a subtle way to add the luck of the Irish to your dinner table.
Use ribbon to tie together shamrock placemats for a makeshift table runner. Even better: When you're tired of the runner, simply untie and use them individually instead.
After you finish a bottle of Pinot turn it into a festive decoration that you can keep for years to come.