I’ve always been partial to St. Patrick’s Day. Maybe it is the wee bit of Irish in my blood or the fun fact that I was born on St. Patrick’s Day that makes this day one of my favorites. I love to decorate for all the holidays and St. Patrick’s Day is no exception. This Paper Straw Vase is the perfect DIY St. Patrick’s Day Decor because it is a great table centerpiece or mantle decoration that will work for all of Spring, not just for St. Patty’s Day!
Easy and Pretty DIY St. Patrick’s Day Decor Tutorial
- 2 packages of paper straws – approximately 42
- glass cylinder vase
- hot glue gun and glue
Instructions For The DIY St. Patrick’s Day Decor Paper Straw Vase:
You are going to love how easy it is to make this St. Patrick’s Day table decoration and turn your home decor festive!
Use the hot glue gun and glue the paper straws to the vase one to a time.
I had 2 different patterns of straws so I alternated them as I glued them to the vase.
Continue gluing the straws on until the vase is totally covered.
Cut a length of ribbon and tie a bow around the straw vase. Hot glue in place if necessary. Now you have finished your DIY St. Patrick’s Day decor. Wasn’t it easy?
This paper straw vase is so easy to make. The supplies are inexpensive which makes it even better! Paper straws can be found at many dollar stores and Walmart carries them in several colors to match their party supplies. You could make a home decoration vase like this themed around any holiday. It would also be a great centerpiece for a party, wedding shower, or baby shower!
Make a Paper Straw Vase for St. Patrick’s Day or in your favorite colors for Spring and enjoy for the next few months! When you are done with it, the hot glue peels off the glass easily so you can reuse it for future vase crafts.
Now that you have started with St. Patrick’s Day crafts, you may also enjoy making these cute little DIY St. Patrick’s Day Soaps.
If you have extra paper straws, try this fun paper straw craft necklace.
Do you think you will try this DIY St. Patrick’s Day decor project?