12 St. Patrick's Day Crafts for Kids
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12 St. Patrick's Day Crafts for Kids
Celebrate the luckiest day of the years with these St. Patrick's Day craft ideas!
St. Patrick’s Day is the luckiest day of the year. Get into your Irish-spirit with these awesome St. Patrick’s Day Crafts! From leprechauns to gold coins to rainbows, you will find everything you need to decorate and celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in style. This is a super fun holiday that delights kids of all ages; there’s something supremely magical about this one day of the year. Even if you aren’t Irish, you definitely feel a kinship with everyone around you because they are all wearing green, just like your little ones will be with some of these kids' crafts. Make your house filled with the luck of the Irish with these fun and festive St. Patrick’s Day crafts. This amazing eBook is filled with great projects that will entertain and delight your kids and will decorate your home in rainbows and gold and shamrocks. With all the wonderful projects in this free eBook, you will have hours of fun for the whole family planned out for St. Patrick’s Day. Bring a little luck wherever you go with these awesome crafts for kids.
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Leprechaun Ideas for Kids
What would St. Patrick’s Day be without some leprechauns? Every year, people search high and low for these mythical men. With the crafts in 12 St. Patrick's Day Crafts for Kids, you’ll now know where to find them! Along with shamrocks, leprechauns are the most commonly used decorations, and kids love keeping a look out for these mischievous creatures. Have them make a few leprechauns for decoration with the fun and exciting crafts that are included in this free eBook. The more lucky little leprechauns you have around the house, the more wishes and dreams you'll find coming true! You may even find a pot of gold hiding in a corner.
Create your own leprechauns with the “Cupcake Liner Leprechaun Beards” (pg. 5). These adorable little guys will be the perfect addition to any refrigerator, wall, or window. Your kids will get a kick out of these adorable men in funny hats. Let them decorate their faces however they want; the more freckles, the better! This is definitely a craft that the whole family will enjoy.
“Lucky the Leprechaun” (pg. 6) will delight your kids. Not only will he bring your house and family luck on St. Patrick’s Day, he will also entertain your kids as they decorate him. Watch as your children make the plain white paper into the funny and festive face of a mischievous leprechaun. This St. Patrick’s Day craft will quickly become your favorite festive feature on the refrigerator.
Rainbow Craft Ideas
Just like leprechauns, St. Patrick’s Day would not be the same without rainbows. They are the epitome of St. Patrick’s Day fun. Make any of these amazing rainbow crafts and hopefully you will find your very own pot of gold! The luck of the Irish is sure to be on your side when you make these amazing kids crafts. They are fun and easy to do so everyone, even the youngest of the bunch, can help make these festive decorations.
“Rainbow Windcatchers” (pg. 8) are the perfect decoration to hang around you house on St. Patrick’s Day. This super easy and incredibly colorful project will brighten up your home on March 17th. Have your kids help you paint these fun rainbows and then put them up in the window for the world to see. As they catch the wind, this project will blow around, making the streamers dance. Little ones will love making these decorative paper crafts for kids.
Another wonderful rainbow craft is the “Lucky Rainbow Bracelet” (pg. 9). Take the rainbow with you wherever you go, and hopefully, luck will follow you, too! This adorable DIY bracelet is a unique and fun way to deck yourself out in St. Patrick’s Day fun. With a rainbow on your wrist, you’re sure to find your pot of gold. Even if it's not St. Patrick's Day, this bright accessory is the perfect fun bracelet for spring.
Other St. Patrick Day Crafts for Kids
“Paper Pot o’ Gold” (pg. 15) is a super easy craft that can easily turn into an activity for you and your kids to do when they wake up on St. Patrick’s Day morning. Tie rainbow-colored ribbons to the box of gold and then run the ribbons throughout the house. Once your children find the ribbons, they have to follow the rainbow to the pot of gold! This project is a great way to package up candies and gold coins for your kids.
The “Thrifty Shamrock Garland” (pg. 16) is just another example of all the fun decorating ideas in this free eBook. This handmade garland is a beautiful way to decorate your house on St. Patrick’s Day. Color these shamrocks however you want; you can make this garland into a work of art that is sure to bring luck to your whole house. Plus, save some money by upcycling some old things that would otherwise be tossed out: buttons, crayons, old notepads…the list goes on. The only rule in creating this Thrifty Shamrock Garland is to use as many shades of green as you possibly can.
In this great free eBook, you will find an amazing array of fun and lucky St. Patrick’s Day crafts. Sit down with your little ones and make something special to decorate your house for this holiday. With rainbows and gold, you’ll be able to create your own luck as well as spread some Irish pride throughout your house. All of these great projects are kid-friendly so your children can partake in creating some of these St. Patrick Day craft ideas.
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We hope that 12 St. Patrick's Day Crafts for Kids will make March 17th a fun and festive day for you and your family. This collection of DIY party decorations, homemade shamrocks and leprechauns, green jewelry making ideas, and pots of gold is sure to make this holiday fun for everyone. This eBook is jam-packed with projects that will make you wish that St. Patrick’s Day came more than once a year.
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