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March 5, 2022

Kid-Friendly St. Patrick's Day Crafts That Don’t Cost A Pot of Gold


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Top of the morning to you! St. Patrick's Day is around the corner, and it's time to bring out the leprechauns and rainbows. Are you looking for some fun and affordable craft ideas to celebrate this lucky holiday with your kids? Look no further! We've got some simple and creative St. Patrick's Day craft projects that will keep your little ones entertained while unleashing their inner Irish.

Lucky Shamrock Art

Grab some green paper and let your kids cut out shamrocks. Then, have them decorate the shamrocks with glitter, sequins, or paint. Once the shamrocks are dry, string them together to create a festive garland. Your little ones will feel like they've found their pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.

Rainbow Collage

Who doesn't love a rainbow? Cut out colorful strips of paper and have your kids arrange them in an arch to create their very own rainbow. Then, they can decorate the rainbow with cotton balls or tissue paper clouds. This fun craft is easy, affordable, and perfect for St. Patrick's Day.

Leprechaun Trap

Have your little ones create their very own leprechaun traps to catch those tricky little fellas. All you need is an empty shoebox, green construction paper, and some shiny gold coins. Cut out a small door in the side of the shoebox, and then cover the box with green construction paper to make it look like a little leprechaun house. Place some gold coins inside the box, and voila! Your very own leprechaun trap.

Irish-Themed Jewelry

Have your kids create their own Irish-themed jewelry using green and gold beads. They can make necklaces, bracelets, or even earrings. You can find affordable craft kits at your local craft store, or you can gather the supplies yourself. This craft is perfect for your little fashionistas who love to accessorize.

Lucky Four-Leaf Clover

Have your kids create their very own four-leaf clovers using paper and scissors. Once they've cut out the clovers, they can decorate them with glitter, stickers, or paint. Then, have them write down some of their lucky wishes and hang the clovers around the house.

With these fun St. Patrick's Day crafts, your little ones will be on their way to becoming true Irish legends! From creating their very own pots of gold to designing rainbow collages, these projects are a surefire way to bring a little bit of luck into your home. And once you're done, you'll have plenty of festive decorations to show off to all your fellow leprechauns. So, break out the glitter and glue, get silly, and have a shamrockin' St. Paddy's Day!