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Create a Lucky Rainbow Shamrock Wreath with my favorite Kunin Felt. Bright and happy colors have been my thing since I was in elementary school and convinced my Dad (while my Mom was away) to paint my bedroom walls a sunny yellow with a sky blue ceiling and groovy grass green shag carpet! Way out of the box for the 1970s but my rainbow bedspread definitely tied everything together. Rainbows continue to inspire my color choices today, including this St. Patrick's Day Shamrock Wreath and I still have those sheets!

Lucky Rainbow Shamrock Wreath by Creatively Beth #creativelybeth #stpatricksday #crafts #rainbow #shamrock

Create a Lucky Rainbow Shamrock Wreath

Lucky Rainbow Shamrock Wreath by Creatively Beth #creativelybeth #stpatricksday #crafts #rainbow #shamrock

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Here's what you need to make a Wreath with Lucky Shamrocks:

Rainbow felt colors needed for wreath by Creatively Beth #creativelybeth #stpatricksday #crafts #rainbow #shamrock

Here's how to make a Rainbow Wreath for St. Patrick's Day:


To create a shamrock pattern from scratch, trace three hearts of the same size from a template (or freehand) connecting at the base, then draw in a stem. I used the two-inch heart from my Fiskars Template.

You can also download, print, and cut out the RAINBOW SHAMROCK WREATH PATTERNS from the bottom of this post. Trace onto chipboard, cut out all patterns with scissors.

Create a shamrock template by tracing three hearts by Creatively Beth #creativelybeth #stpatricksday #crafts #rainbow #shamrock


Trace the shamrock patterns four (4) times onto Kunin Classics™ Neon Green, Apple Green, Olive, Pirate Green, and Kelly Green with MONO Twin Permanent Marker. Cut out with scissors. TIP:  Remember to cut INSIDE the traced lines for a neat and clean finished project.

Measure and cut one (1) rectangle three inches wide by twelve inches long from Kunin Classics™ Red, Candy Pink, Orange, Yellow, Apple Green, Brilliant Blue, Royal Blue, and Orchid. Measure and cut nine (9) rectangles three inches wide by twelve inches long from Kunin Classics™ Pirate Green.

Cut Shamrocks from Felt by Creatively Beth #creativelybeth #stpatricksday #crafts #rainbow #shamrock


Leave the plastic wrapping on the straw wreath form. Wrap a Pirate Green rectangle around the wreath, securing both ends of the felt with hot glue. Trim any excess felt. Wrap a second Pirate Green rectangle around the wreath, angling and overlapping approximately one-half-inch.  Secure with hot glue and trim. Repeat with a third Pirate Green rectangle, then begin to add the colors in rainbow order and finish up with six additional Pirate Green rectangles.


Randomly attach the shamrocks to the Pirate Green section of the wreath by securing the center of each shamrock with the glue gun. Overlap the shamrocks to give a three-dimensional look. Felt is an easy, versatile, and forgiving medium that allows you to create affordable but trendy projects whether you are a beginner or an expert crafter!

Glue shamrocks onto rainbow wreath by Creatively Beth #creativelybeth #stpatricksday #crafts #rainbow #shamrock


Attach a green button to the center of each shamrock. Use contrasting colors of green to give the wreath a ton of interest and dimension. Gold buttons would be a fun alternative to green.

Add buttons to Lucky Rainbow Shamrock Wreath by Creatively Beth #creativelybeth #stpatricksday #crafts #rainbow #shamrock

Download the Shamrock Wreath Patterns HERE:

Quick and Easy Rainbow Shamrock Wreath

I have been lucky my whole life to have parents who support and encourage my creative endeavors, even though they didn't always understand what I was doing! My Lucky Rainbow Shamrock Wreath is the perfect project to showcase that creativity. I hope it inspires you to take time out of your busy schedule and make something bright and colorful with your kids today! As Maya Angelou stated in my favorite quote – “You can't use up creativity, the more you use, the more you have.”

Lucky Rainbow Shamrock Wreath by Creatively Beth #creativelybeth #stpatricksday #crafts #rainbow #shamrock

Additional Crafts for St. Patrick's Day

Learn how to make a Mason Jar Leprechaun, a St. Patrick's Day DIY! Candy Coated Peanut Butter Candies from Dollar Tree are one of his favorites and create the perfect backdrop for this magically delicious Mason Jar Leprechaun!

Mason Jar Leprechaun with a secret candy surprise Creatively Beth #creativelybeth #masonjarcrafts #leprechaun #stpatricksday #kidscrafts

Download and print my What is your Leprechaun Name free printable. There are a HUGE number of name combinations, so this is a great way for everyone to create a lucky leprechaun name. The perfect opportunity to play a fun name game on the luckiest day of the year!

What is You Leprechaun Name Free Printable Creatively Beth #creativelybeth #whatisyourleprechaunname #party #game #free #printable #leprechaun #name #tags #stpatricksday

St. Patrick’s Day is just around the corner and this tutorial How to Make a Playful Leprechaun Selfie Wreath is just the thing to greet all your guests at the front door or gate! Use the wreath as a photo prop during your St. Patrick’s Day party to morph all your guests into a Leprechaun just like magic!

Playful Leprechaun Selfie Wreath Creatively Beth #creativelybeth #stpatricksdaycrafts #feltcrafts #wreaths #leprechaun
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9 thoughts on “Lucky Rainbow Shamrock Wreath

  • Amazing! Love, love, love! Visiting from Artsy Fartsy. Pinned. 🙂

    • THANK YOU VERY MUCH Allyson!!

    • Rainbow is my FAVORITE color!!

  • I love this wreath. I’ll have to make one for next year.

    • Yes, Christy, It was a ton of fun to make.

  • Very clever wreath it is gorgeous! I like working with felt also

    • Felt is so easy and versatile, right, Vicki??

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