8 St. Patrick’s Day Crafts For Kids
I love holiday-themed crafts, and luckily so does my daughter, so she’s never bored with me when I want to get messy! In honour of St. Patrick’s Day, which is coming up in just a couple days, today I’m sharing some fun and easy St. Patrick’s Day crafts that you AND your kiddos will have blast making! Plus, they might just double as a funky St. Pat’s decor when you’re done — or a gift for the grandparents. Take a peek below and be sure to pin your favourites!
I love paper plate crafts like this cute Pot of Gold from Tutus & Tea Parties. This would make a great door decoration too!
You can work on fine motor skills with your littlest kiddos when you do a simple craft like these Beaded Shamrocks from Fun-A-Day. You could also add magnets to the back of them and pop them on the fridge to add a little St. Patrick’s Day vibe to your kitchen.
I can’t wait to try this Rainbow Sponge Painting with my daughter. I still remember that awesome feeling of finger painting in kindergarten and how the cool paint feels squishing through your fingers! This mess-tacular craft comes from Hands On As We Grow.
Did you ever make paper chains when you were a kid? Crafty Morning shrunk them down to create a cool Rainbow & Pot of Gold Chain Necklace!
This Rainbow Cereal Craft from Growing A Jeweled Rose looks like something I did when I was about my daughter’s age. I think we did it with dyed pieces of pasta too!
We all know play dough is awesome, but when you add glitter you bump up the fun factor by about a billion. Or at least that’s how kids feel! This Sparkly Lime Jello Play Dough from Plain Vanilla Mom will be a big hit this St. Patrick’s Day — and any day!
Add a bit of green to your windows with these Paper Plate Shamrock Sun Catchers from Crafty Morning. Lately the sun has been sneaking out more and more during the day and I’m dying to bask in those rays!