Saint Patricks Day Crafts
Because I have a St. Patrick’s Day baby we have always celebrated them together. I was afraid that she would hate the holiday, but has grown up with it and loves it. So this year I wanted to include a round up of cute crafts that you can do with your family or on your own!
Rainbow Blocks would be easy to implement into a child’s craft as well.
3 D Tissue Paper Shamrock is one of my favorites because it is rather simple to make and a gorgeous outcome.
Saint Patrick’s Day Yarn Wreath using all of the colors of the rainbow makes the perfect decoration for your door!
Layered Felt Rainbow Magnet is a wonderful craft for kids of all ages.
St. Patricks Day Yarn Wreath is my absolute favorite because of it’s green and white. We are going to try to make one this weekend!
Ombre Dyed Shamrock Pillow is perfect for an accent pillow on a couch or chair.
Shamrock Tree on Canvas is simply breathtaking! But I know for one I could never make it look the same way, but I do know she has an Etsy shop!
Dip Dyed Coffee Filter Garland is a great way to use items you have already around your house.
Clover Etched Glasses are the perfect addition to any holiday!
St. Patricks Day Pots of Gold is a cute craft that you could have the kids help on. If you didn’t have gold coins you could substitute Rolo’s for the gold.
Clouds and Rainbow Raindrops kids always enjoy making raindrops and clouds and when they are as pretty as these are you are bound to be the best mom ever!
St. Patrick’s Day Window Clings is a great way to decorate your windows just in time for the holiday.
Styrofoam Leprechaun hats are super fun and reuse items you already have on hand.
Pipe Cleaner Shamrocks are fun to make your own shamrock flower pot without all of the dirt and up keep of a regular plant.
St. Patricks Day Water Bottle Craft is a great gift to give on this St. Patrick’s Day! Fill it up with items purchased from Dollar Stores or dollar bins and you have a great present very frugally!