St. Patrick’s Day Shamrock Door Hanger

Shamrock Door Hanger 5I know most of us do not decorate for St. Patrick’s Day, but as easy and inexpensive as these seasonal door hangers are, I decided to add a little green to our front door.  For about $5, it can’t be beat!

Shamrock Door Hanger

Supplies:

1 sheet foam board (20″x30″)

Electric Knife or Exacto Knife

Shamrock Template

Circle template and pencil (use a cup!)

Paint (Folk Art Yellow Citron shown)

Awl or small screwdriver (to pierce hole)

Assorted ribbon/jute/burlap (for hanger)

You can use this shamrock template to trace onto the foam board.  I did enlarge it a bit by tracing a couple of inches outside of the image onto the board.

Shamrock Door Hanger 2

My little assistant…with hair everywhere and an unmade bed in the background.  Just keepin’ it real.

Shamrock Door Hanger 1

 I did not take photos of the next step, but I simply used a plastic cup top to trace circles onto the foam board, then painted them with two coats of Yellow Citron.

Next, pierce a hole for the hanger.  *Be sure to test the spot before creating the hole to be sure it hangs at the angle you prefer.

Tie a simple loop/knot to make the hanger with jute or other ribbon.

Shamrock Door Hanger 3

Tie assorted ribbon, burlap, etc to embellish the hanger, and you are finished!

Shamrock Door Hanger

 

Linking to:

Uncommon Designs, Mop It Up Mondays, Home Stories A2Z, Tip Me Tuesday, Chef In Training, Delightful Order, Grace at Home, One Artsy Mama, Design, Dining, and Diapers, Weekend Bloggy Reading, I Gotta Create, Tatertots and Jello, Six Sisters Stuff, Tidy Mom, White Lights on Wednesday, It’s Overflowing, The Trendy Treehouse, Jam Hands

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Comments

  1. Very creative and pretty!

  2. Love it! So cute and simple! Little helpers are the best, too!

  3. Making this right now!! So cute and you gotta love the price!

  4. That is adorable! Love the color green you chose to use. I found your project at the Monday funday party. Megan

  5. This is adorable!! I may have to make one to go inside of my chevron burlap wreath I made for my front door…http://gatheredinthekitchen.com/2013/02/25/chevron-burlap-wreath-tutorial/

  6. Too cute!!!

  7. Such a cute idea!! I totally might do this, or something similar!! Thanks for sharing!! I came over from Delightful Order:)

  8. Christina at I Gotta Create! says:

    So cute! Pinned it :)

    Thank you for partying with the Wildly Original Crowd.
    <3 Christina at I Gotta Create!

  9. I love this! If I have time, I’d love to make one for my classroom door at school. I’m pinning it so I don’t forget.

    I found your cute project through Richella’s Grace at Home party.

  10. This is such a cute idea Amanda! Thanks for linking up!

  11. I really like this door hanging! So cute and cheerful–just right for St. Patrick’s Day. Thank you so much for sharing this at Grace at Home!

  12. I. love. this. Adorable! I’m thrilled that you shared this project at Shine on Fridays. I may have to make one with Little Crafter between now and the 17th! Pinning it!

  13. I bought craft foam this afternoon so I can do this!

  14. Very pretty!

  15. Saw this floating around pinterest and didn’t know it came from my dear friend Amanda Jane! Love it!!

  16. This door hanger is the cutest St. Patty’s Decoration!! We are starting a link-up party on Thursdays (today) and we would love for you to join us at allthingswithpurpose.com!!

  17. This is so cute and creative! I didn’t want to spend more than $5 too – but wanted something cute for the front door. Thank you! Shared on our Facebook wall today. :)

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