"They're always after me pot of gold." Yes, they are, Lucky, and we're going to help them get it! Whether or not you believe 13 to be a lucky number, it is your lucky number today. AllFreeKidsCrafts has 13 Lucky Saint Patrick’s Day Crafts for Kids that are an absolute blast to make. The more Saint Patrick's Day crafts you have, the better your chance of finding the pot of gold. The crafts will keep your bellies full, your crafty hands fuller, and your pockets the fullest. Your wish to make this the best St. Patty’s Day ever has been granted with this great guide to green glory.
Rub a lamp, wish upon a star, and cross your fingers all you want; luck will be knocking on your door only when it sees your home chockfull of leprechauns, clovers, and rainbows. So cover your house in these simple yet entertaining Saint Patrick’s Day crafts for kids to ensure that a pony will show up on your front stoop. Maybe those kinds of wishes won’t come true, but you’ll definitely find yourself winning more raffles and bingo games.
Irish or not these Saint Patrick’s Day crafts for kids will lead you to a pot of creative gold. You’ll, no doubt, have a shamrockin’ time while picking clovers, chasing rainbows, and gathering good luck with these crafts for kids to make. These lucky symbols are ten times luckier when they’re homemade. Choose from many “charm”ing crafts like a Clover Leaf Lei, The Luck ‘o the Straw, a Dazzling Rainbow Spinner, or Gooey Green Goop, to name just a few lucky projects.
Here’s to hoping your day is full of “hearts, stars, and horseshoes, clovers and blue moons, pots of gold and rainbows, and ye red balloon!”
13 Lucky Saint Patrick's Day Crafts for Kids
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Shamrock and roll with these fun crafts for kids of all ages. Between the four-leaf clovers and the shamrocks, luck will have no choice but to stay in your home for a while. Wear a barrette to ensure luck never leaves your side or carry a shamrock on your straw to sip in all the luck you can get.
Somewhere over the rainbow there is a pot of gold, and it is yours. The more rainbow crafts you make for St. Patrick's Day, the more likely you are to find out where that pot of gold really is located.
If you can't find out where the pot of gold is located on your own with all of your rainbow crafts, then you have no choice but to catch a leprechaun. Lucky is a lot more likely to come into your home if it is covered in green spirit and leprechauns that look like him. How close can you get Lucky between your festive window clings and your green goop?