Speaking of Spoonful.com, here’s a classic example of some of the crafty ideas on their blog:
St. Patrick’s Day crafts for kids — all in a rainbow theme.
And here are some of my favorite St. Patty Day craft ideas from the post:
Handprint Rainbow 1 of 7A fun "rainbow" twist on the classic handprint art idea. (Perfect for Grandma!)
See the full craft tutorial from B-Inspired Mama
Crayon Rainbow Art 2 of 7This easy rainbow art (you just need crayons, a canvas, and a hair dryer!) is pretty enough to hang on the wall year-round. And kids of all ages will love making it.
See the full craft tutorial from Meg Duerksen
Fruity Os Rainbow Craft 3 of 7A craft that even young toddlers will love to make (as long as they aren't munching in the process!).
See the full craft tutorial from Hands On: As We Grow
Giant Rainbow Collage 4 of 7Collect rainbow-colored art scraps and make a big, easy-to-make collage for St. Patrick's Day. (A fun option for big families!)
See the full craft tutorial from The Imagination Tree
Lucky Rainbow Jello 5 of 7A craft that they can eat!
See the full craft tutorial from Glorious Treats
Craft Sticker Rainbow 6 of 7Raid your office supply closet for this simple yet festive craft ideas.
See the full craft tutorial from Reading Confetti
Pot O Green Planter 7 of 7With St. Patrick's Day comes the beginning of Spring (fingers crossed!), so combine the two with this leprechaun-inspired plant pot.
See the full craft tutorial from Spoonful.com
See all St. Patrick’s Day craft ideas from Spoonful.com.
ALSO CHECK OUT:
- 12 cute ways to dress your kids in green this St. Patrick’s Day
- 10 stylish “grown-up” looks for St. Patrick’s Day
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