St. Patrick’s Day crafts are the perfect way to add some extra luck into your home this year, something I am sure we all need! If you’re looking for a few super fun and creative projects you can make with the kids, I have found the perfect ones for you… Any activity you choose, your kids will want to make them for years to come!
Aside from searching for amazing crafts to try this St. Ptttys day, I have created some free printables to help keep the kiddos entertained, check them out, and let me know what you think…
Here are the crafts I found:
Shamrock Wand St Patricks Day Craft
Source: Messy Little Monster
Are you looking for ideas that will get your kiddos excited about St. Patrick’s Day? You don’t have to look any further because this shamrock wand craft is everything you need! Just download the template and follow the St.eps (pun intended) to help your kids make this colorful wand. Let’s get down to work!
Grow Crystal Shamrocks for St. Patrick’s Day
Source: Little Bins for Little Hands
Are you willing to try growing crystals? Why don’t you make some St. Patrick’s Day science with these crystal shamrocks?! After all, the best way to teach science is to have fun and this craft combines both. Your kids will enjoy it!
St. Patrick’s Day Slime Recipe
Source: Emily Enchanted
We all know how obsessed kids are with slime lately. That’s the biggest trend ever! That’s why I’m showing you how to create some St. Patrick’s Day slime with your little ones. It is super easy to make, you only need five things for your kids to be entertained for hours!
Source: The Best Ideas For Kids
Let’s bring more luck into your life this St. Patrick’s Day. Here’s one of the easiest crafts you’ll ever make with your kids. Undoubtedly, this toilet paper roll craft will bring some magic into your home. Let’s do it!
Pot of Gold Craft for Kids
Source: Simple Everyday Mom
How does a pot of gold sound to you right now?! It sounds like a St.unning craft to do with your kids on a Saturday afternoon. We all know how easy and simple paper plate crafts are, so this is the perfect mess-free activity for you and your kiddos
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Craft Sticks Leprechaun Hat Craft
Source: The Resourceful Mama
If you enjoy making holiday crafts, don’t miss St. Patrick’s Day. It’s the perfect excuse to make some holiday-themed crafts that you can display around the house. This craft shows you how to make a leprechaun hat. How lucky!
Paper Cup Leprechaun
Source: Fireflies & Mud Pies
If you are looking for a mess-free craft to do with your little ones, then you are in the right place. This leprechaun is made out of a paper cup and comes with a free printable template. Apart from being a great craft to make at home, it’s also a wonderful idea for teachers because it’s easy to do it in big groups!
Flower Pot of Gold Craft for Kids
Source: A Mom’s Impression
Bring some luck into your home this time of year with St. Patrick’s Day crafts. This rainbow pot of gold craft can be filled with chocolate coins or whichever snack your kiddos enjoy most. It’s the best project for artsy kids, so don’t miss it out!
Easy Leprechaun Handprint Craft
Source: Simple Everyday Mom
Handprint crafts are amazing because you get a memory of your kid’s cute age. Here’s a project that shows you how to make a wonderful handprint leprechaun craft. You’ll need some colored cardstock, glue, a black marker, and the free leprechaun template that comes with the tutorial
DIY Pot o’ Gold Mason Jar
Source: The Polka Dot Chair
If you want to get your kids excited about the less known holidays, the best thing to do is incorporate some crafts. The easiest and most fun crafts are always include mason jars, which is why you need this pot of gold craft. You can use it as a decoration or give it as a gift
How to Make Paper Shamrocks
Source: Design Improvised
Origami is such a fun technique to practice. If you enjoy it, here’s a St. Patrick’s Day craft for you. To make it, you’ll need floral wire, origami paper, scissors, wire cutters, and a few other supplies. Just look at the photos… already falling head over heels for this craft?
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Easy Paper Plate St. Patrick’s Day Wreath Craft
Source: The Keele Deal
St. Patrick’s Day is all about luck! So, let’s make sure you have all the luck in the world as soon as you step inside your home. For that, you need this St. Patrick’s Day wreath. It’s a great and simple craft for kids of different ages. Check it out!
St. Patrick’s Day Finger Puppets
Source: Designs By Miss Mandee
How long has it been since you’ve made finger puppets with your kiddos? If you said “long” or “never”, then you can’t miss this amazing St. Patrick’s Day craft. It’s a felt project that your kids can take part in. With it, the luck of the Irish will always be on your side!
St. Patrick’s Day Handprint Rainbow Art For Kids
Source: I Heart Arts n Crafts
All Mothers love a cute handprint keepsake. With this St. Patrick’s Day activity, you get that and a whole lot of fun that you and your kids won’t forget. It’s a rainbow craft with a little pot of gold. All the supplies are something you may already have at home!
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Leprechaun Mason Jar St. Patrick’s Day Decoration
Source: Crayons & Cravings
You don’t need a four-leaf clover to get lucky, crafting with your family is enough! Get in the holiday spirit by making this St. Pattys day mason jar. The best part about this project is you can decide what to put it in. From flowers to pencils or coins…you’ll kids will use it for years to come!
Paper Leprechaun Craft
Source: The Best Ideas For Kids
Leprechauns of all ages unite! This leprechaun craft is suitable for little leprechauns and big leprechauns too. If you’re a teacher, you might want to try out this craft around St. Patrick’s Day and decorate your classroom. So, go, check out the tutorial and gather all your supplies!
DIY Giant Pot of Gold
Source: Jaime Costiglio
Who doesn’t like gold!? Me (no one said never). So, let’s make gold for once in your life. This St. Pattys Day, create a giant pot of gold following this tutorial. It’s simple so you can do it with your kids. The fun is guaranteed!
Shamrock Marshmallow Painting for St. Patrick’s Day
Source: The Simple Parent
Have you and your kids ever tried painting with marshmallows? If not, now is the perfect time to try it out! This fun St. Patrick’s Day activity is great to get your kiddos creativity flowing. You won’t need a lot of supplies to put this craft together and your kids will have so much fun!
Clay Pot Leprechaun Hat Craft
Source: Non-Toy Gifts
Grab a clay pot because today you are making a leprechaun hat! This craft is such a stunning idea for St. Patrick’s Day that your kids will want to do it each year. All you need are 6 supplies to make this simple craft. Check it out!
St Patricks Day Paper Plate Hat
Source: Brilliant Little Ideas
St. Patrick’s Day is fun and it can be even more fun if you incorporate some holiday-themed crafts. Here’s one idea! Using paper plates and a few other supplies you can easily find, you and your kids will be able to make these cute little hats. Most importantly, you will get to spend quality family time and will have an incredible afternoon
Glittery Lucky Shamrock Wall Hanging
Source: Little Red Window
Grab some shamrock shapes and create wall hanging decor that shows what St. Patrick’s Day is all about: luck! This step-by-step tutorial is great because it’s simple and easy to follow so your kids will be able to do most of the things on their own
3D Over the Rainbow St. Patrick’s Day Craft
Source: Crafty Morning
Step-by-step photo directions are every craft lover’s best friend and this tutorial gives you just that. It shows you how to make a stunning 3D rainbow that you and your kiddos will enjoy making. If this pot of gold doesn’t put you in the mood for St. Patrick’s Day, I don’t know what will. So, get ready and get down to work!
St. Patrick’s Day Shamrock Man Craft
Source: The Resourceful Mama
Do you celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in your home? If not, it’s the perfect time to start and this craft will help you bring the festive spirit to your home. It shows you how to make a shamrock man. Your kiddos can make a whole family of shamrocks, how cute!
St Patrick’s Dream Catcher Toilet Paper Roll Craft
Source: Such A Sweetheart
Don’t you just love dream catchers? So, why not make one this St. Patrick’s Day? You can make it out of supplied you have at home… a toilet paper roll! It’s a simple craft that results in a ton of fun!
Rainbow St. Patrick’s Day Craft
Source: Cutesy Crafts
Love crafts but don’t love making them because of the mess and chaos created along the way? Then, you must check out this mess-free activity. It shows you how to make a rainbow out of paper plates. Hang them around the house for some extra luck this year!
St. Patrick’s Day Playdough
Source: Play Dough To Plato
Looking for an uncommon craft for St. Patrick’s Day? You can make glittery playdough. You need flour, salt, and a few more materials. It’s simple to make it so your kids can help you out with it. The end result? A craft your kids will play with for days
Paper Plate Tambourine for St Patrick’s Day
Source: Red Ted Art
Are you on the hunt for some St. Patrick’s Day crafts you can make with your preschoolers? This paper plate tambourine is a great idea. It’s easy to put together and your kids will have lots of fun making their own music. Check it out!
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Leprechaun Paper Bag Puppet Kid Craft
Source: About a Mom
Who said that you have to be Irish to enjoy St. Patrick’s Day and all fun it brings? Grab a paper bag and call your kids for a fun and exciting afternoon. This leprechaun puppet comes together quite fast. Your kids will need some help using the scissors and the glue gun, but the rest is on them.
Quick and Easy Rainbow Wreath
Source: The Crazy Craft Lady
All kids love rainbows! That’s why I bring you this rainbow wreath. It’s a stunning craft for St. Patrick’s Day. If you are looking for a fun way to spend the weekend with your kids, this craft is for you
Lucky Charm Kids Necklace Craft
Source: Handmade Charlotte
Do you believe in good luck charms? Have you got a lucky pen or a lucky sweater? If you and your kids need extra luck this St. Patrick’s Day, check out this necklace. It’s so cute and easy to make, especially utilizing the step-by-step video. How convenient!
Rainbow Licorice Treat Bags
Source: One Little Project
Let’s make some treat bags for all the kids in your life this St. Patrick’s Day! This tutorial comes with some printable directions that will this the simpiliest craft ever. Plus, you end up with a sweet treat, what is better than that?
Layered Felt Rainbow Magnet
Source: Crafts by Amanda
Rainbow crafts are a must for this holiday! That’s why you need this felt project in your life when St. Patrick’s Day knocks on your door. Following this tutorial, you’ll create a rainbow magnet. You can put this magnet wherever you choose and show how crafty your kids are.
DIY Lucky Poppers
Source: Studio DIY
Have you ever tried making lucky poppers? If you haven’t, you’d be surprised by how easy it is to put them together. If you need a St. Patrick’s Day craft, try these cute green themed party poppers. The best part? You only need 5 supplies. How simple!
DIY Paper Award Ribbons for St. Patrick’s Day
Source: Persia Lou
Don’t you feel like your kids deserve award ribbons on most days? Even when they haven’t done all their chores, they still deserve some recognition. If you want to praise them for their good behavior or the things they did that day, take a look at this craft. It shows you how to make St. Patrick’s Day award ribbons!
I hope you feel the luck of the Irish after making the cutest St. Patrick’s Day crafts with your kids! The crafting in our household never ends, so I like to plan out activities with the kids so I have all the supplies ready to go. If you need help getting organized, check out the printables I have below!
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