These easy St. Patrick’s Day crafts are perfect for everyone from preschoolers to adults. We have fun DIY decorations and party ideas too.
St. Patrick’s Day crafts
These St. Patrick’s Day crafts, decorations, and party ideas are perfect for your celebrations this year.
Make a leprechaun trap with your kids. This leprechaun trap is inspired by the children’s book, Three Ways to Trap a Leprechaun. Head on over to Harper Collins to grab my tutorial and free printables to make this leprechaun trap with the kids. Don’t forget to get a copy of the book too. You could make leprechaun food and a leprechaun shake for a fun day.
Pull-string shamrock piñata
Are you having a St. Patrick’s Day party this year? Everyone will love these mini pull-string shamrock piñatas. Fill them with small trinkets or gold chocolate coins. I have a full tutorial for making your own at The Centsible Life.
Lucky lunch bags
Did you know that you can put lunch bags through your home printer? This is such a fun and inexpensive way to make party favor, treat, or lunch bags for St. Patrick’s Day this year. You can find my full tutorial on how to make these at Lady and the Blog.
Leprechaun beard photo prop
This handmade leprechaun beard photo prop is perfect for your St. Patrick’s Day celebrations. St. Patricks Day crafts like this one are so much fun and so easy for kids to make. I’m sharing the full instructions over at Divine Lifestyle.
Pot of gold rainbow piñata
These mini pull-string pot of gold over the rainbow piñatas are the perfect addition to any St. Patrick’s Day party. These adorable piñatas are so easy to make. You could make both shamrock and rainbow piñatas for your St. Patrick’s Day celebration. I’m sharing the full tutorial to make these ones over at 5 Minutes for Mom.
Paper roll Leprechaun treat container
If you are looking for something crafty to do with the kids, make these fun leprechaun paper roll treat containers and fill them with treats or coins. My full tutorial to make these fun St. Patricks Day crafts is over at The Centsible Life. What would you put inside?
Four leaf clover shirts
Are you feeling lucky? If you are looking for fun St. Patricks Day crafts for the kids then they will love these two. We show you how to make four-leaf clover stamps and then use them to make these lucky four-leaf clover shirts for kids (and adults) to wear this St. Patrick’s Day. You’ll find my full tutorial over at Multiples and More.
St. Patrick’s Day pot of gold printable
Head over to Jo-Lynne Shane’s blog and grab my free pot of gold printable cards. These are perfect for your St. Patrick’s Day party or to attach them to treat bags for the classroom.
Are you looking for more fun St. Patrick’s Day ideas? Check out these fun food and activity ideas too:
- St. Patrick’s Day leprechaun lunch
- Fun ways to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with kids
- 10 ways to reuse decorations from Christmas for St. Patrick’s Day
- Leprechaun cupcakes
- St. Patrick’s Day rainbow shamrock fairy bread
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