Felt Shamrock PinThis easy to make felt shamrock pin would be cute to wear on St. Patrick's Day and will help you avoid getting pinched!
St. Patrick's Day Sponge PaintingsHere's another fun, easy, and kid-friendly art activity for St. Patrick's Day. In this case, children use sponge shapes to paint with! Shamrocks and pots of gold are the easiest to make from the sponges.
St. Patrick's Day Toilet Paper Tube HatsToday, we are making these super cute hats for St. Patrick's Day decor. They are so easy and fun to make, you can make dozens and put them all over your house!
Mini Shamrock Hat BasketLet's play a game. It is believed that when you find a four leaf clover you'll find luck. So, I just thought of making a shamrock hat - a fancy green hat filled with these teeny weeny clover leaves. For a St. Patrick's day celebration find your lucky clover in it.
Yarn Chain St. Patty's WreathI love anything green. Being part Irish I too love the month of March. This wreath is super easy to make if you crochet. If you don't, you might find someone to do that for you.
Foam Shamrock Decor IdeasThere are so many decorating ideas for St. Patrick's Day. One of my favorite things to incorporate in every area, is the shamrock or clover! You can use pre-cut shapes or make your own out of green foam sheets. I chose shamrocks for this DIY project. They can be added to any flat surface, like cabinets and doors, to make your house more festive!
Pot of Gold Fridge DecorI thoroughly enjoy decorating for every holiday, but I hardly have money for expensive items. And this year, my employer is having me decorate the break room as well! I decided to decorate the fridge door and to incorporate every associate into the St. Patrick's Day theme. Making pots of gold was the easiest choice and turned out absolutely adorable.
Pot O' Gold PlanterThis is cute little planter you can use for your real plants, fake plants, or even fill with candy to hand out. It's super easy to make and so cheerful for St. Patrick's Day!
Pot of Golden TreatsAt the end of every rainbow is a pot of gold. The leprechaun left its powerful green hat that saves him from traps. It's caught in a trap and the princess was able to slide herself down the long rainbow. She fell into a pot of gold under thick clouds at the end of the rainbow where the leprechaun's hat was left.
Pot O' Gold Piggy BankThis is a fun and thrifty piggy bank to make out of Popsicle sticks, glue, and a plastic jar. You can use the rainbow as a chute to drop your coins into your pot of gold. It will be fun to save, and easy to twist open when it's full!
Rainbow Pot of Gold ActivitiesThis is an easy yet fun and colorful craft that doubles as a learning activities for kids. It is a fun way for learning, basic rainbow colors (red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and violet). It is also a fun way of learning words, creating words, and spelling with the alphabet foam stickers over faux gold coins.
Cardboard Tube ShamrockThis is an adorable and easy to make shamrock using the center cardboard tubes from toilet paper. The puffy dimension you get from folding the tubes makes it so cute from every angle!
Edible Standing RainbowsThis craft is great for kids. It involves colour separation, counting, and basic crafting. After creation, they can be eaten, too. Have fun!
Shamrock Stencil PaintingFor St. Patrick's Day in my pre-k class, students learn the history of the shamrock. They get to study these three-leaf clovers outside on a nature walk and in the science center. One of the easiest crafts is a shamrock stencil painting. They get to make their own stencils and paint the designs.
Shamrock SuncatcherTry this simple to make, but fun, project for kids or adults!
Hole-Punch St. Patrick's Day ArtIt's always exciting for children to try something different when creating art. My students always really enjoyed using hole punches to make or accentuate their crafts. For St. Patrick's day, you can make a pot of gold, a four-leaf clover, or a rainbow.
Four-Leaf Clover CollageIf you need a quick and easy St. Patrick's Day craft for kids, this clover is the perfect choice. It works well for toddlers to upper elementary grades. This project encourages creativity. Every clover turns into a unique work of art.
Rainbow Felt PinsThese colorful pins are super easy to make. They would be fun to wear for St. Patrick's day or anytime. :)
St. Patrick's Day Yarn Wrapped WreathI love making yarn wrapped wreaths. This design uses both brightly colored yarns and fun felt shapes!
St. Patrick's Day SuncatchersIf you are looking for a fun craft to make for St. Patrick's day, give these a try. Then decorate your windows with them.
Pot O' TreatsI wanted to put together some treats for our kids in celebration of St. Patrick's day. What is more fitting than a pot full of green treats!
Rainbow in a JarAnyone would love to get one of these from a sneaky little leprechaun. They would be a great gift for your kids, a coworker, or a friend.
St. Patrick's Day Fabric Scrap WreathIf you are looking for a fun and easy decoration to make for St. Patrick's day, why not make this wreath. Scrap wreaths are so easy to make and are a great way to use up small pieces of fabric.
Leprechaun Hat Napkin RingsCreate leprechaun hat napkin rings to decorate your table for St. Patrick's Day.
Ribbon Shamrock PinCreate a shamrock from a 12-inch piece of ribbon that is at least 1/4 inch wide. I found that the wider the ribbon, the easier it was to create. Now you have no excuse for not wearing green on St. Patty's Day!!
St. Patty's Day CardUse card stock, scrapbook paper, and a few other supplies to create your own St. Patrick's Day card. You can print a message inside the card before beginning the project or hand write it with a black permanent marker.
Pom Pom Shamrock PinThis unique pin is easy enough for little ones to do. It would be a great classroom project.
Shimmery Shamrock PinKids will love creating and wearing this glitz shamrock pin on St. Patrick's Day. A quick and fun project.
St. Patrick's Day Leprechaun WreathMake a fun St. Patrick's Day wreath using construction paper and cardboard. Make a leprechaun by cutting paper as shown. Use white glue to attach all facial features to a painted "head."
St. Patrick's Day PinsA quick and fun pin for girls, boys, women, or men to ward off those who would pinch.
Magnetic St. Patrick's Day FrameHere's a cute magnetic frame that kids can make for the fridge! Draw a heart on the yellow craft foam. (I drew around a wooden heart, but you could create your own heart pattern out of cardboard.)
Hanging LeprechaunMy 5-year-old grandson wanted us to make our own good luck leprechaun to hang on our front door. And this is the simple one we made together.
Sean The Lucky LeprachaunThis is a fun and challenging project. But I think you will agree that the results are well worth it. Sean the Leprechaun is made to sit on a table or to hang on your door or wall. He is my adaptation of the Santa Heads that were so popular a couple of years back.
Leprechaun Top Hat CenterpieceThis is a quick and easy craft project that is easy enough for an older child to do and with some adult help even a younger child should be able to complete this project. This would make a great centerpiece for your table or to decorate a hall table.