10 St. Patricks Day Crafts for KidsLiz Stanley
Everybody’s a little Irish in March. Whether you plan to bake some green-frosted cupcakes with your kids or send them on a wild hunt for leprechaun treasure, there are dozens of simple crafts you can do together on St. Patrick’s Day. Check out these tutorials for some easy-to-make DIY projects your kids will love!
Pot O Gold 1 of 10All you need to make these dazzling party favors is rainbow licorice and chocolate coins. Free printable tag included!
See the tutorial here at It Is What It Is
Lucky Blarney Stones 2 of 10Transform smooth stones into lucky charms with a little bit of gold spray paint.
See the tutorial here at Yesterday on Tuesday
Appliquéd Shamrock Tee 3 of 10Add a shamrock appliquÃ© to a child's tee for St. Patty's Day!
See the tutorial here at Finley and Oliver
Split Pea Shamrocks 4 of 10Reuse a bag of dried split peas to recreate this inventive shamrock decor.
See the tutorial here at Made
Rainbow Friendship Bracelet 5 of 10Your kids won't need much help making these fun bracelets for their friends!
See the tutorial here at Alpha Mom
Wee Little Apron 6 of 10This is such a cute idea. Enlist your little one's help in the kitchen with these adorable aprons.
See the tutorial here at No Biggie
Rainbow Tambourine 7 of 10This pot o' gold tambourine with rainbow streamers will entertain your kids all day!
See the tutorial here at Sew Homegrown
Irish Spirits Bottles 8 of 10Reuse old bottles for these mini, leprechaun-sized ales. They'd be perfect for a St. Patty's party!
See the tutorial here at Design Sponge
Cardboard Shamrocks 9 of 10Make dozens of cardboard shamrocks out of paper rolls with this how-to.
See the tutorial here at Child Made
St. Patty’s Banner 10 of 10Make your own festive banner for St Patty's out of the pages of old books!
See the tutorial here at Rebecca Cooper