Free Printable St. Patrick’s Day Paper Chains

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If you’re looking for a free decorating idea for your St. Patty’s celebrations, then these free printable St. Patrick’s Day Paper Chains are just what you need! Print them at home and assemble them to create long paper chains to hang around your home. Get the kids involved too – they’re so easy to make!

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St. Patrick's Day Printable Paper Chains

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St. Patrick’s Day Paper Chains

Paper chains are one of the cheapest and easiest party decorations that you can make! You literally need strips of paper and some glue or sticky tape.

If you want to decorate your home for St. Patrick’s Day, then grab the free printable and make some St. Patrick’s Day Paper Chains!

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How To Use Free Printable Paper Chains

There are 7 different Patty’s Day designs, along with 7 different plain colors too. I’ve also provided single-width and double-width paper chains so there are lots of options for you!

  • Download the free printable file to your device.
  • You will find the download links further down this page surrounded by a purple box. Tap the purple download buttons to save the file(s) to your device.
  • Printables are available in two paper sizes – A4 and US Letter (8.5″ x 11″). Download the size that is appropriate for your printer.
  • Using a printer, simply print as many of the paper chains as you need onto good quality thick [white] paper – you don’t want them to be too flimsy.
  • Cut out carefully using scissors or a paper trimmer.
  • The video at the top of the screen demonstrates how to make paper chains in case you don’t know how to do it. (Although the video is of my Easter paper chains.)
  • Take one of the strips and add a dab of glue (I used a glue roller, as you’ll see in the video; you could also use a glue stick) on one end, and fold it around to form a circle. This is the first loop in your chain. Now, slide another strip of paper into that loop, add a dab of glue on the end, and fold around to form a circle that is attached to the first loop.
  • Continue linking the loops until you get the length of the chain you desire then hang them up to decorate.

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Free St. Patty's Printable Paper Chains

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