How adorable are these St Patrick’s Day crafts for kids? For a little green fun on this Irish holiday, try some of these at home with your kiddos.
St. Patrick’s Day is March 17th!
Do you celebrate? We don’t, but we like to get crafty around the holidays at home with the kids. If you are looking for a few fun and easy St Patrick’s Day crafts for kids this year, with a little rainbow, and a lot of green, here are a few of my favorites from around the web.
6 Adorable and Easy St Patrick’s Day Crafts for Kids
We made these last year and hung them in the window. Tissue paper and wax paper make these cute little stained glass shamrocks! When the sun shines through, the beautiful hues of green look lovely! I love these, I think we’ll try the Fruit Loops rainbows this year. Have a fun St. Patrick’s Day!
What a cute paper link chain! Rainbow colored paper and a pot of gold at the bottom makes this a fun piece of St. Patty’s Day wall decor.
From the creative peeps at PBS: “Paper leprechaun hats make festive party decor for St. Patrick’s Day and can be made using simply paper, glue and a little glitter. You can whip up as many of these as you wish in no time. Inside the top of the “hat” you can hide surprises for your friends and family, or maybe even a few “gold” coins!”
How cute are these St. Patrick’s Day rainbows? This is the perfect craft for little fingers to match colors and work on their fine motor skills. Learn how to make it at the Bubbly Blonde’s site, maybe use frosting as glue, so the kids can eat them later?
Just a few paper plates and some green paint make these fun, large shamrocks. Learn how to make these at Activity Village.
**BONUS** Over the rainbow suncatcher craft – Honey + Lime
This craft is so much fun for St. Patrick’s Day! Rainbow colored tissue paper squares on wax paper make this fabulous window suncatcher cling. This is one of our easy St Patrick’s Day crafts for kids, and it turns out so beautiful!