This little easy craft came to me in whirl! I am was so excited to make this, just in time for Saint Patrick’s Day celebrations! If you are like me, you love to celebrate it all. Even if you are by far not Irish, like me, you join in and avoid all the pinching wearing green. Shamrock Fashion Accessory for the win because it is so easy to make! Plus, all things green should lead to that pot of gold on St. Paddy’s day, right? Let me tell you how to make a DIY Irish Clover Bracelet and Headband Accessory you are going to love wearing. This is a two for one project. Maybe even a three for one! Bracelet, headband and garland!
DIY Irish Clover Bracelet and Headband
I like to think that partaking on Saint Patrick’s Day will bring me all the luck of the Irish. It is time to make and flaunt an adorable shamrock fashion accessory and join in the Leprechaun fun! So, this little DIY Irish Clover Bracelet and Headband is great. That is because you create a very versatile accessory for the Irish festivities. So much so, that it can also be a garland. Just use the same technique and bigger clovers and hang over your mantel.
How to make a DIY Irish Clover Bracelet and Headband
- green felt
- golden fabric ribbon
- Cut out as many clover shapes as you want from the green felt. Make sure each clover had two vertical slits.
- Weave the golden ribbon through each of your clovers using the vertical slits
- Once all the clovers are in place you are done. All you have to do is wrap it around your wrist or head!
Cool mom tip: if you want a garland cut out bigger sized clovers and use a thicker ribbon. Fill as much of the ribbon as you can with clovers.
More Saint Patrick’s Day Fun
Call all the luck to yourself and flaunt your DIY Irish Clover Bracelet and Headband!
If you are curious and want to know more about the actual celebration we summarize it for you while we share our Leprechaun approved chocolate-dipped wafers
Get our free Saint Patricks Day printable for a quick and easy way to decorate plus a Baileys Sandwich Cookie recipe that you will want to make. Our celebrations are not complete without the Leprechaun approved chocolate-dipped wafers We also have a fancy and easy to make a green Shamrock Smoothie recipe to help you mark the day.
Do you normally celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day? Have any special traditions for it?