10 Easy St. Patrick's Day Crafts for Kidscraftyamy
I think I’ve found the cutest kids’ crafts EVER – St. Patrick’s Day kids’ crafts! It’s the little pots of gold and leprechaun faces that get me. They are so sweet. Kids will love participating in the St. Paddy’s holiday by making these fun projects . . . and you can spend quality time crafting with your children! If you’d like to see my ten picks for easy St. Patrick’s Day crafts that kids will love, click through the slideshow below.
Paint Chip Shamrocks 1 of 10Have leftover paint chips in green from a project? Use them to decorate these paper shamrocks.
See how they were made at Childcareland
Photo Props 2 of 10Have kids use green felt and scissors to make their own fun photo props.
Learn how they were made at Fiskars
Stamped Shirts 3 of 10Use foam heart stickers to create a stamp and make these easy shirts.
Learn about the project at Multiples & More
Pot Of Gold 4 of 10Kids will love making creative rainbow art with several colors of tissue paper.
Find the how-to at Play and Learn with Dana
Paper Plate Leprechaun 5 of 10Turn a paper plate into a happy leprechaun with the help of crayons and paint.
Get the how-to at All Kids Network
Sparkly Playdough 6 of 10Kids will love making this simple playdough with a special St. Paddy's ingredient: gold glitter!
Get the recipe at Heidi's Recipes
Leprechaun Fingerprints 7 of 10Kids will love making these easy gift tags with their fingerprints - just add candy and gift!
Find the instructions at sweet and lovely crafts
Yarn Vase 8 of 10Use Mod Podge and green yarn to make this fun vase - so easy for older children!
Get the how-to at Mod Podge Rocks
Shamrock Men 9 of 10Use recycled toilet paper rolls paint, tape and wiggly eyes to make these fun shamrock men.
Learn how they were made at sweet and lovely crafts
Easy Votives 10 of 10Kids will love using tissue paper to decorate these cute votives. If you don't want to use regular candles, use LED tealights.
Learn how they were made at Mess For Less
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