Even if your family isn’t Irish (mine isn’t), school aged kids are tuned into St. Patrick’s Day. When my kids were in preschool, their teacher would make a silly mess in their preschool room the day before St. Patrick’s Day. The kids would arrive the next day and be delighted over what the “leprechaun” had done in their room. So while you may not celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at home, your kids would probably love a fun St. Patrick’s Day craft. Here’s 10+ St. Patrick’s Day crafts kids will love!
To get the full craft supply list and instructions for each project, click on the link to visit each individual craft idea. Many of the crafts utilize items that you may already have around the house, another win-win!
- No-Sew St. Patrick’s Day Treat Bag (It Happens in a Blink) – Use felt and fabric glue to create a small bag that is perfect for a few St. Patrick’s Day treats.
2. Puffy Paint Rainbow Shirt (It Happens in a Blink) – Use puffy paint and a plain white shirt to create a cute design on a shirt. Add a pot of gold on the end for a little something special.
3. Lucky Penny Frame (Julie Measures) – Use pennies to create a rainbow in a frame. This is a cute piece of decor.
4. Easy to Make St. Patrick’s Day Decor (Our Family World) – This cute decor piece is easy enough for even kids to create.
5) Pot of Gold Candy Craft (Mommy Hood Life) – This craft includes a favorite for kids– Candy! Plus, it is super cute.
6) St. Patrick’s Day Hat Craft (The Country Chic Cottage) – Do you have old plastic containers that tumble out of your cabinet every day? Here’s a cute craft that puts them to good use!
7) Glitter Slime (Must Have Mom) – Kids will feel lucky with this St. Patrick’s Day Glitter Slime.
8) Leprechaun Trap (Crafts by Amanda) – Repurpose a cereal box to create a leprechaun trap for your little ones to catch their very own leprechaun.
9) Rolo Leprechaun Hats (Today’s Creative Life) – I like an easy craft that is also sweet, and this craft delivers on both.
10) Printable Shamrock Bookmarks (Carla Schauer Studio) – Keep your own little leprechauns busy with their books and a colorable bookmark to go along with them.
11) 3D Rainbow Craft (In the Playroom) – You probably already have everything you need in your house for the kids to make this fun craft.