Quilled Shamrock Craft for All Ages
This fun quilled shamrock craft is fun for all ages. Using various green papers, this is a fun way to spend a rainy afternoon. Let’s get started.
Quilled Shamrock Craft
Here at Ruffles and Rain Boots, I love to share easy and quick crafts. This St. Patricks day, we made a quilled shamrock and it was a lot of fun. We even made pins out of some of them so none of us get pinched!
No quilling supplies? No problem! If you don’t have quilling paper, grab a couple of tones of origami paper or colored printer paper and cut it into thin strips. If you don’t have a quilling tool, use a thin chopstick or bamboo skewer – they work great!
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Tips for Making a Quilled Shamrock
As I mentioned above, you can make this craft with no special supplies.
- Use origami paper and cut it into thin strips if you don’t have quilling strips. For a quilling tool, a bamboo skewer works very well.
- Try a few of the circles to get the hang of it.
- Use a clear glue for the assembly. You can use school glue, just hold it in place for a little bit so it sets.
How Do I Make a Quilled Shamrock for St. Patrick’s Day?
I’m so glad you asked! Below is a written tutorial, but I’ve also created a video for the visual learners. If you’re making a playlist for quilling crafts or St. Patrick’s Day craft on YouTube, here is our quilled shamrock video tutorial.
More Fun for the Luckiest Holiday
In case you’re looking for a few St. Patrick’s Day ideas, try your hand at these.
- Pot of Gold Cupcakes – You will not believe how easy these are.
- Rainbow Cereal Necklace – Perfect for little hands!
- Tasty St. Patrick’s Day Candy Bark – Colorful, fun, and there’s even a surprise ingredient.
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