Lucky St. Patrick’s Day Mantel Decor

One of my favorite spots in our house is the giant shiplap wall in my living room.  It was one of the first major DIY home improvement projects my husband and I tackled when we bought our new house, and this 20 foot wall makes a big impact.  It’s also one of my favorite places to decorate during the holidays.  I love being able to change out my holiday decor above the fireplace and brighten things up with simple and easy decor.  I recently teamed up with my friends at Oriental Trading to show you how to create your own Lucky St. Patrick’s Day Mantel Decor.

One of my favorite parts of decorating for the holidays is being able to create my own unique decorations that fit my personality and style. Crafting for me is like a form of therapy and I love being able to step back and see the finished results.  And I love it even more when I can inspire others to turn something ordinary into something extraordinary.  Decorating your home, or setting up for a special holiday party, doesn’t have to be complicated, expensive or perfect.  

Good luck is sure to be on your side when you hang this adorable DIY Lucky Shamrock Banner in your home for St. Patrick’s Day. Grab your paint brush and some glitter and create a fun banner that you can use to decorate your home or to add pizzaz to your St. Patrick’s Day party.

Head over to Oriental Trading Fun365 site to get the step-by-step tutorial and supply list to create your own DIY Lucky Shamrock Banner and create your own Lucky St. Patrick’s Day Mantel Decor.

If you are looking for other “lucky” themed projects make sure you check out these popular projects:

Lucky Charm Popcorn

ROAK Lucky Lottery Tickets

Rock Candy Rainbow Donuts



Mariah Leeson is the creative mind behind With a passion for celebrating, Mariah created Giggles Galore to inspire families to celebrate life’s little moments with creative, budget friendly ideas. She loves cooking, reading, crafting, hosting parties and most of all spending time giggling with her family.

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