Rainbow Crafts for Kids

Colorful and oh-so-cute – get your DIY on with these four rainbow-themed craft projects.

At the end of every rainbow during St. Patrick’s Day season, as it goes, is a big pot of gold. That’s a pretty exciting thing to find, if you ask me! Rainbow-themed crafts are perfect for everyday crafting, but they’re even more fun to make during March. This week’s roundup features several rainbow craft projects that will hopefully inspire your child to start looking for the end of that rainbow.

3D Over the Rainbow Craft

Crafty Morning has taken rainbow crafting to a whole new level! Take a look at this project that features a 3D addition.

St. Patrick’s Day Rainbow Craft

This rainbow DIY idea from Gluesticks gets an extra festive touch thanks to some gold glitter hearts. Have your child try making this and choosing their own favorite glitter color.

Rainbow Shamrock Craft

If you’ve got lots of tissue paper on hand from the holiday season, this project is a great way to use it all up. Housing a Forest shows you how that stack of tissue paper can turn into a colorful rainbow shamrock.

St. Patrick’s Day Rainbow Craft

This project is perfect for St. Patrick’s Day AND for capturing a moment in time. 123 Homeschool 4 Me has your children tracing their hands to create this unique take on a traditional rainbow shape.

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