Sparkly Shamrock Necklace

By Noreen Doll.

A sparkly shamrock necklace is perfect for a little girl whose favorite color is glitter.

Sparkly Shamrock Necklace by Crafty Journal

It’s quick and easy, and she can help make it.

It would make a wonderful slumber party craft, or a favor for a St. Patrick’s Day party.

Sparkly Shamrock Necklace - Crafty Journal


Shamrock Stickers

Glitter Shamrock Button Covers - Crafty JournalJump Rings

Black Ribbon or Cord

Sharp Tool to Make a Hole (Ice Pick)

How to Make a Sparkly Shamrock Necklace.

1. Choose 2 shamrock stickers the same size.

2. Peel the back off one shamrock and lay it sticky side up.

Sparkly Shamrock Necklace - Crafty Journal

3. Peel the back off a second shamrock and attach the sticky side to the sticky side of the first shamrock.

Sparkly Shamrock Necklace - Crafty Journal

Try to get them lined up before they touch, as they stick VERY well once they’re together.

3. My sticker package also had smaller shamrocks in a lighter green, so I removed the back of one and stuck it onto the front of the shamrock sticker pendant.

Sparkly Shamrock Necklace - Crafty Journal

4. Using something sharp, punch a small hole through the top of the shamrock.

Sparkly Shamrock Necklace - Crafty Journal

5. Attach a jump ring through the hole.

Sparkly Shamrock Necklace - Crafty Journal

6. Slip a ribbon or cord through the jump ring and the necklace is ready to wear.


After you put the shamrocks together, you can trim a bit off an edge that sticks out if they aren’t perfectly aligned.

To open a jump ring, pull one end toward you and push the other end away from you. Don’t open it side to side as it won’t close properly again.

You could use a chain to hang the shamrock instead of a ribbon.

If you’re working with children, be sure to supervise when they’re using a sharp tool.

Noreen Doll

Crafty Journal

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  1. Adorable Shamrock necklace Noreen and so easy to make too – bonus!

  2. Such a great way to use those foam stickers! I bought some to make some decor items and have a bunch left over. :) I will have to do this.

  3. Noreen,
    My daughter’s favorite color is glitter as well! Love the necklace – so easy, but my daughter will LOVE it!

  4. cute!

  5. cute and festive!

  6. Oh fun! It’s double-sided! That always makes it double nice!!!
    Happy St. Patties!! :)
    x Crystelle

  7. I used some of those fun shamrocks on a sign I made. I love how they have the glitter. I never thought of a necklace. So smart. Thanks for linking up to Tips and Tricks.

  8. So So Cute Great Job! Following your from Craft Frenzy Friday your co host Maria

  9. love it so green and sparkly like the gold if we catch that little guy

  10. My students would love this!

  11. Love this necklace :) thanks for linking up to Creative Mondays, featuring your post this week at the hop…

  12. Cute craft! Thanks for sharing at TTF

  13. Too cute :) great way to use the left overs too like Bree says :) thanks for linking to Snickerdoodle Sunday!

  14. Oh, my gosh, that is fun! Just two stickers together? I love it. Wow. Anything can be done like this, right? As long as it’s symmetrical. I love the chick,too, Noreen! Crafts girl!!

    That’s what my family calls me! ha ha

  15. We’ll both be Crafts Girls, then!

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