St. Patrick’s Day Crafts for Kids, Craft Roundup

Looking for crafts to do with kids to help celebrate St. Patrick's Day? Take a peek at these four DIY projects.

Top of the morning to ya! St. Patrick’s Day is quickly approaching and I’m guessing you’re on the hunt for green paints and pretend gold coins for your children to start crafting with! St. Patrick’s Day crafts for kids can feature anything from pots of gold to happy rainbows – and silly leprechauns to shamrock after shamrock. This week’s roundup of crafts to do with kids features one of each of those St. Patrick’s Day staples. Which one will your child love making the most?

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St. Patrick’s Day Rainbow Skittles Treat Bags

Here’s a project that doubles as a tasty treat! Cincy Shopper shares a clever idea for a St. Patrick’s Day-themed treat and provides the printable bag topper to go along with it, as well.

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Leprechaun Craft with a Fork Print Beard

In need of some art for your St. Patrick’s Day decorations? Check out Crafty Morning and her tutorial on how to make a charming leprechaun portrait.

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Beaded Shamrocks

Not only does Fun-A-Day have a cute project for your child to enjoy, it’s a great activity for practicing fine motor skills. Check out her blog to see what you’ll need to have on hand to try this craft.

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Paper Strip Shamrocks

This project from Sugar Bee Crafts is a favorite because it’s so simple and requires so few supplies! You and your child can work on this together to create a huge offering of green shamrocks to hang in your home.

This post was originally published in 2015 and is updated regularly.


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