Top of the morning to you! It’s been some time since I shared some easy homemade burlap wall art with you guys. I don’t do much seasonal decorating (besides Christmas) but I like to add seasonal burlap wall art every once in a while. This St. Patrick’s Day Burlap Sign is an easy, last minute decor project!
Don’t worry, like all my burlap decor projects this St Patrick’s Day Burlap sign project is super simple oh so cute, right?!
While I have a Cricut Explore Air and could make a stencil or make this with iron on vinyl, I like to share crafts that anyone can do. You don’t need an expensive craft machine or loads of supplies for this project!
Pinch Me DIY St Patrick’s Day Burlap Sign
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- 8×10 Frame
- Burlap Craft Sheet in Green
- pattern, printed on paper (not card stock)
- sharp pencil
- white acrylic paint
- paint brush
Directions for Saint Patrick’s Day Burlap Sign
Using the frame insert as a guide, cut your burlap to 8×10. Do the same with your pattern since it’s printed on an 8.5 x 11 sheet of paper.
Related: DIY Rustic Easter Burlap Sign
If you buy yards of burlap instead of sheets (which is the cheaper way to go by far!) and have a hard time cutting it, check out these tips on cutting burlap without fraying from Two it Yourself.
Place your St. Patrick’s Day Burlap sign pattern on top of your green burlap sheet and line up. Begin to trace the pattern onto the burlap. Using your sharp pencil, cut through the pattern as you trace outside of the edges, drawing the pattern on the burlap.
Use white acrylic paint to fill in the pattern. Let dry and place in a frame (you can put behind the glass or in front of it) and enjoy!
I told you this DIY burlap wall art was going to be easy to make!
Option 2 For those of us who are awful at hand lettering and free hand painting:
If you don’t want to use the sharp pencil, another option would be to use tracing paper.
To use it, you just need to place your tracing paper on top of the burlap. Then your template goes over it. After that, you simply trace your template with a dull pencil or a pen. The graphite on the tracing paper is transferred to the burlap.
Related: Saint Patrick’s Day Cheerio Balls
Did you see the the other crafty Saint Patrick’s Day gems I found around the internet? Check them out!
No Time to Craft?
Trust me. I get it. I have a long list of crafts but no time to do them myself. Here are a few of my favorite Saint Patrick’s Day picks from Etsy!
How cute are these rustic blocks?
Excuse me while I add these primitive signs to my cart!
Are you decorating for Saint Patrick’s Day? Leave me a comment and let me know! I’d love to see what others do.
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Super cute! Thought I don’t think mine would turn out this perfect!!
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