St. Patrick’s Day Crafts – Shamrocks, Rainbows and More

Celebrate St. Paddy's Day by doing a little crafting with your kids. Here are four ideas to get you started.

Top o’ the morning and happy St. Patrick’s Day! It’s that time of year where everyone can be Irish for a day or two. There are so many icons associated with the March 17 celebration: leprechauns, rainbows, shamrocks, horseshoes and, of course, pots of gold. If you’re looking for some ideas to get your family in the spirit, take a look at this week’s roundup. We’ve got a few St. Patrick’s Day crafts to get you feeling green in no time.

Rainbow Paper Chain

Where is a leprechaun’s pot of gold found? At the end of the rainbow! Take a look at this paper craft from Crafty Morning for some colorful St. Patrick’s Day inspiration.

 

Shamrock Twirler

For those inclined to throw a St. Patrick’s Day party at home, you’ll need some of I Heart Crafty Things’ shamrock twirlers. Take a look at her post to see how to turn paper plates into parade-worthy accessories.

 

St. Patrick’s Day Pot of Gold

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Here’s a fun St. Patrick’s Day project that pairs a tasty treat and crafting all in one! The 36th Avenue featured this charming, spring-thinking idea from blogger Create.Craft.Love.

 

Beaded Rainbow Necklace

For a last-minute accessory for a classroom St. Patrick’s Day celebration, try making a quick necklace. Buggy and Buddy shows you how to make this simple necklace in no time flat.

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