You guys know that any mention of a holiday sends my crafting cravings into overdrive, so of course I’ve been on the look out for the best of the best for St. Patty’s Day. And I must say, my search was successful (thanks Pinterest!). I’ve rounded up some of the most creative crafts that are easy enough for even my littlest ones to do this weekend. So collect the kids and grab the scissors, paint and glue, because these St. Patrick’s Day crafts are too cute not to try!
Green Pepper Clovers via Family Fresh Meals
I think I hit the jackpot with this combo of two of my favorite things, crafting and food! And I can use the leftover peppers from a certain St. Patrick’s Day Veggie Rainbow… it’s going to be a crafty weekend! Find out how to make this easy and fun craft HERE
Cereal Rainbow via One Artsy Mama
I know my littlest ones would LOVE this! And a table full of fruit loops will definitely keep them busy for a while, which is always helpful for this mama of 4! Find everything you need to know about cereal rainbows HERE
Four Leaf Clover Hands on Canvas via So Wonderfully Artsy
What mama doesn’t love a piece of handprint art?! These four leaf clover hands are a craft you can do year after year as you watch your little babes grow into bigger babes (bittersweet feelings, I know). Get the instructions for this DIY HERE
Lucky Gold via Yesterday on Tuesday
Lucky me, I found a craft that’s as chic as it is festive! I may just want to keep these out all year long. Get all the gilded details HERE
Leprechaun Down the Toilet via A Differentiated Kindergarten
This is such a smart idea that will definitely surprise the whole family on St. Patrick’s Day. I can just imagine my kids’ faces when they see the little footprints left behind by those mischievous leprechauns! See more of these crafty shenanigans HERE
Handprint Pot of Gold via B-Inspired Mama
The only thing better than a painted handprint is a rainbow painted handprint! And it’s hard not to get excited about a craft that involves chocolate. I can see this craft hanging on the fridge door now… You can find all the details HERE
Will you be celebrating St. Patty’s Day with any crafting?