St. Patrick’s Day is right around the corner and we’ve got 10 fun and kid-friendly craft ideas perfect for your youngsters at home. Happy crafting!
Shamrocks are a quintessential symbol of St. Patrick’s Day! Here’s a fun craft that’s easy for kids to help celebrate the holiday. All you need is heavy cardstock, paper (plain and patterned), glue, and scissors!
Are your kids on an adventure to find some sneaky leprechauns this St. Patrick’s Day? Try making some fun rainbow binoculars out of toilet paper rolls to help find them! This is the perfect craft for St. Patrick’s Day. Younger kids will love searching for leprechauns.
Add shamrock fun to your home or classroom to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day! With just gold coins, colorful green patterned paper, adhesive, and twine, you can have a fun St. Patrick’s Day decoration in under an hour.
Turn your toilet paper rolls into wee little shamrock men with this St. Patrick’s Day craft! This craft is perfect for children of different ages since you can customize your materials. You can use fun googly eyes or kids can draw their own. You can have kids use construction paper and patterned paper or they can paint on a costume. Lots of fun to be had!
A clover bouquet? Yes, please! This simple project is easy to make and a fun addition for the holiday. This simple project needs green paper, a mason jar, skewers and some tape. Make your very own bouquet today!
This fun holiday craft will delight young kids this St. Patrick’s Day! With a mini flowerpot, some black paint, pipe cleaners, and candy, you can help create a mini pot of gold. For a fun twist, try using black chalkboard paint and then kids can write their names on their homemade flowerpots for personalized goodies and fun this holiday.
Follow the rainbow this St. Patrick’s Day with this simple craft using cupcake liners. Young children can create their very own colorful rainbow using glue, scissors, and cupcake liners.
Here’s another fun St. Patrick’s Day activity! All you need is a recycled toil paper roll, a piece of tape, green paint, and a paintbrush. This craft would be perfect to put on a St. Patty’s Day card for family, friends, or your child’s teacher. Maybe even make a St. Patrick’s Day bookmark!
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Help your youngster make an adorable leprechaun’s hat out of a flowerpot, green paint, black ribbon, and a gold buckle! You can use it as a place card or simply a cute homemade decoration to celebrate the day.
Transform your child’s handprint into a rainbow with this St. Patrick’s Day craft! With construction paper, scissors, paint, a paintbrush, glue, and gold foil wrappers, you can help your child make a pot of gold of their very own.
Happy St. Patrick’s Day!