Saint Patrick’s Day is approaching and we are all about the green, shamrocks, pots of gold with rainbows and leprechauns.
These following craft projects for St. Patrick’s day are the perfect activity for your kids.
Get in the Irish spirit and let the celebrations begin.
But before you start crafting make sure you print my free crossword puzzle here:
Just imagine that late afternoon sunlight hitting your window and falling trough this cute four-leaf clover sun catcher with different shades of green – absolutely beautiful and so simple to make.
This could also be a cute little gift to friends and family.
This colorful shamrock and rainbow painting is perfect even for very small children.
All you need is the paint and little kids fingers.
In case you do have a bunch of brown paper bags laying around and don’t know what to do with it this is the perfect craft for you.
Creative Leprechauns made with Paper bags are not only genius but they can be filled with gold coins and used as little treat bags or party favors.
How cute are those Finger puppets?
Super quick and easy enough for the bloodiest craft beginner the shamrock puppets are a great 5 minute activity for your kids.
Paper plates are a must have for any hobby crafter.
You can make literally anything out of them including this fun seasonal project with Leprechauns.
They would make a great diy decoration for St. Patrick’s day.
Sensory toys are always great for growing kids for helping their development.
So if you love them too this green sensory bottle is a must make for you.
Sensory bottles are also a great tool to help your kid learn how to calm down.
At the end of every rainbow there is a pot of gold.
So of course this colorful Painting made with cardstock is a must make.
A perfect way to use all those empty toilet paper rolls that you would just throw away.
You can also use empty paper towel rolls and cut them in three pieces if you do not have toilet paper rolls.
Simple and fun – you could very easily turn this cute painting into a personalized St. Patrick’s Day card to send to friends and family.
Or hang it up as is.
This disney mickey mouse inspired St. Patrick’s day version is just too cute.
It can also be turned into a fun card or invitation.
11. Leprechaun Hat
Let your kids turn themselves into leprechauns with this quick tutorial on how to make Leprechaun hat headbands.
Instead of throwing tin cans away you should keep them.
They are perfect for a variety of fun crafts including this leprechaun Hat that can be filled with delicious chocolate gold coins and used as a centerpiece.
Using your kids hand or footprint is always a genius idea to end up with a personalized craft project.
These Leprechauns are made with Cardstock and your kids hand.
Shamrocks are the symbol of Ireland and St. Patrick’s Day.
Making a Shamrock painting is super easy with this tutorial.
Are your little ones bookworms?
Awesome – then you need these leprechaun bookmarks to never lose the page you are reading on.
Simple but cute Decoration or centerpiece for St. Patrick’s day.
I love the combination of the rainbow and the clovers – both symbols of Saint Patrick’s Day.
All you need is a few sheets of cardstock in different colors.
18. Leprechaun Trap
A leprechaun trap is the classic craft to make for St. Patrick’s Day.
This tutorial is great to end up with a bunch of sweet four leaf clovers as toppers on drinks, cakes or gifts.
20. Shamrock Wreath
The perfect wall decoration or actual wreath for your front door (If you make it bigger or use a bunch of them).
These treat bags come with the free printable and are a sweet idea for your kids friends and teachers.
This Leprechaun Trap is the perfect use for that cereal box your kids just emptied this morning.
Add a few details and it’s ready to go.
A super simple and cute craft using Popsicle stick that resembles the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.
Which of these fun St. Patrick’s Day crafts are you gonna make with your kids?
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