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St. Patrick’s Day Good Luck Shamrock Printable

St. Partick’s Day Good Luck Shamrock Printable


The beautiful spring green color of my printable, St. Patrick’s Day Good Luck Shamrock brightens my office. You too can get this bright and cheery Print & Frame Home Decor Art. If you are looking for other fun St. Patrick’s Crafts to enjoy with the kids check out my post: 8 St. Patrick’s Day Quick Easy Kids Crafts.

As winter days track on, I change the printable in my frame in my office and I am reminded that spring is not far away. I have a basic gray frame that holds an 8 1/2 by 11 printable. I am enjoying each season changing out the printable and this beautiful bright green shamrock-inspired picture is perfect for March. March 17th in fact.

This past year I found many beautiful printables on the Internet from other bloggers for the Christmas season. My neutral frame was perfect to add color to some of the undecorated areas of our home. Always looking for a creative outlet I decided to make my own for the new year.


Many of my frames are from the dollar store and I also look through the sale isle in the fabric store for cute frames. I change out my image every season and it is an inexpensive way to decorate your rooms. This is a quick way to change up the decoration in your home without much work or expense. A truly decorating on a budget DIY project. Once you start it is fun to have the kids involved. You can use your same frame to add some of your kid’s school artwork and decorate their bedroom.

Shamrock Free Printable St. Patrick's Day

Involve Your Children in Home Decor With St. Patrick’s Day Framable Art

You can cut out the image by hand to have the picture fit in your frame. One of the skills I learned from my mother and I made sure my children learned, was how to freehand cut a square or circle. This would be a fun craft to print off a few copies and let the kids practice making the image fit in the frame. I am a believer that home crafts are a fun activity but also a way to teach children basic life skills. Simple cutting skills also teach patience and how to accept that we need to practice to master a skill.

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St. Patrick’s Day Good Luck Shamrock Printable Supplies Needed

  1. Good Color Printer (this is the one I use)

  2. White or Cream Card Stock

  3. Paper Cutter

  4. Beautiful neutral frame

  5. Free Printable from the Printable Library: Click Here

Steps to Follow:

  • I make sure that I have enough sturdy white cardstock on hand that will easily work in my printer.
  • I remove all the regular paper from the printer and only insert 2 to 3 sheets of cardstock. The printer finds it easier to grab the card stock paper when there are one a few pages.
  • I purchased a basic gray frame that would work with the colors of every season.
  • Click here to receive your password to the Free Printable Library and print out your Shamrock Good Luck Image.

I have never been a superstitious person, or believe that my life is determined by luck.  That is why this printable has special meaning.  I sincerely believe that good planning and good judgment is what anyone needs to create their own luck.  Start changing your life by dreaming and planning ahead.  By choosing a direction that you want your like to go will make you a very lucky person.

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Do you have any favorite decoration you use to brighten your home in the winter months?  Please write a comment and let me know.  


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  1. This is an adorable printable! Pinning to my free printable board. Thanks so much for sharing it with us at Snickerdoodle! Have a great week!

  2. I’m so bad at decorating for holidays. It always seems like my decorations are long overdue to be put away – I still have some odds and ends around from Christmas haha. I really like this fast and quick way, maybe I can get into a “routine” of changing out picture frames.

  3. What a cute printable, and I love the saying that you put with it. Thanks so much for sharing at the #happynowlinkup!

  4. I love this! What a great printable! Pinned! Thanks for sharing it at the #happynowlinkup

  5. How true! Reminds me of something else I’ve heard along the lines of, “The harder I work, the luckier I am.”

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