Everyone loves to claim they are Irish on St. Patrick’s Day and these 11 Easy St. Patrick’s Day Crafts for kids are perfect for your whole family to get involved in celebrating. Not only are there fun items for kids to create with you, there are some great items you can make for them. St. Patrick’s Day is all about green, being Irish, talking about leprechauns and of course searching for that pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.
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11 EASY ST. PATRICK’S DAY CRAFTS FOR KIDS
Get started by making some super easy and fun crafts with the kids. This DIY Paper Shamrock is a great simple craft you can help even preschoolers make. Using some favorite fruit ring cereal, glue and construction paper make this Rainbow Cereal Craft For Kids a perfect for little hands to make. Just make sure they don’t eat the cereal that has glue on it!
For the older child who is better at placing items in order, gluing and cutting the St. Patricks Day Garland is a great beginning. It uses some simple foam pieces, glue and string to make a fun and simple garland for your mantle or a doorway. If cutting and pasting is preferred by your kids, this Felt Rainbow & Pot Of Gold Craft is an excellent choice. Not only will it help with learning colors, but shapes and ultimately those fine motor skills that are so important.
For the little girls, you can make this simple DIY Rainbow Button Hair Clip to go in their hair. Grab the bin of buttons and glue to make one or all of these St. Patrick’s Day Button Crafts. Another simple and great accessory is to make this simple St. Patrick’s Day Shamrock Skirt. This is great for you to wear yourself, or for your little girl to wear on St. Patrick’s Day.
For your party, you may want to share some of these DIY Shamrock Seeds Gift Bags with your guests. Green jellybeans or other candies make for a great edible snack that you can pretend are “seeds” to grow your own shamrocks. A few dollars and half an hour make this Dollar Store St. Patrick’s Day Wreath the perfect decoration to hang from your front door to introduce your guests as they arrive.
If you want to decorate your home for the whole month to celebrate, nothings is more beautiful than this Ombre Dyed Shamrock Pillow Case. Add this to your throw pillows to accent the room with a pop of color. We love how versatile this concept will be for other holidays! For a simple centerpiece the kids can help you make, his St. Patrick’s Day Yarn Decoupage Vase is perfect.
These fun and easy St. Patrick’s Day crafts for kids are sure to be a hit with everyone in your family!
13 thoughts on “11 Easy St. Patrick’s Day Crafts”
I will definitely be trying some of these with my kids when it gets closer to March! Lots of cute ideas here.
Those rainbows are so much fun. I have to think of how to get all those colors and get started.
These are great crafts for the kids! Super cute!
I love the button project! We are making rainbows with paint samples from the hardware store!
These fun crafts would be perfect for me to do with my son! LOVE the Fruit Loop rainbow – so cute!
These crafts are the cutest and they’re definitely doable! I love the rainbow and the butterfly!
My daughter’s birthday is on St. Patrick’s day so she loves doing anything that has to do with the holiday. Some of these ideas would be good for a busy craft at her party.
Look at all these rainbows! My kids would definitely have fun making them.
I love all of these ideas!! I think the buttons rainbow is my favorite, though! Thanks for sharing 🙂
These look so festive. I know my kids would love to make them.
wow those rainbow crafts are beautiful! i’m pinning this!
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