Free Kids St. Patrick’s Day Crafts

Free Kids St. Patrick’s Day Crafts

St. Patrick’s Day is slowly approaching and what a better way to spend is to do crafts with your little ones! We will be posting a few posts on St. Patrick’s Day food’s to celebrate or just fun little activities you can do with your kids.

free kids st. patrick's day crafts

We decided to compile a list of fun and interesting free St. Patrick’s Day crafts

The Blarney Stone: Select a rock, wash it and dry it well. Once completely dry, paint the rock green and decorate it. Make sure to give it a face. Now you have your own blarney stone to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day.

Shamrock Templates:  To color, to use in making crafts. These templates give you multiple sizes to use in any crafts, or use them to let your children design shamrock people.

Leprechaun Hat’s:  Check out this adorable tutorial on how to make Leprechaun Hats over at Mom on timeout. Most of these items you will already have in your house.

Crystallized Rainbow: I absolutely love crafts that also becoming a teaching lesson. Your kids will love this craft and it only requires some simple products you can find at any store.

Leprechaun Hand Print Craft: This is absolutely adorable, a great way to keep a track of your child’s growing hand yearly too. I always loved these types of crafts when my children where smaller.

Shamrock Pipe Cleaners:  How cute are these, do a few together and make a pin or just use to embellish other crafts. You can even let them stand a long for a bowl full of luck.

Shamrock Hat: How simple, a pair of scissors and a paper plate, some crayons and you got yourself some adorable celebrating hats.

St. Patty’s Day homemade play dough: Green koolaid and some simple kitchen ingredients and you can make your own play dough for St. Patty’s day!  

St. Patrick’s Day Coloring Pages:  A nice list of different sites that offer free coloring pages for St. Patrick’s Day.

Marshmallow Shamrock:  I am not one for wasting food, but this could be a cute craft for small children. You could use a bit of food coloring in a plastic bag and toss the marshmallows to make them green!

Pot O’Gold: This is an adorable craft, some Popsicle sticks, construction paper and glitter and each of your kids can make their own pot of gold.

St. Patrick’s Day Necklace: Remember back to pasta made necklaces, try this slightly different twist with ribbon and green colored pasta. These are sure to be a hit with the little girls.

St. Patrick’s Day Cootie Catcher:  I actually laughed out loud on this one; I remember these from back when I went to elementary school. Now is your turn to make one with your own kids!

Rainbow Friendship Bracelets: How easy are these, with just the use of yarn in the colors of the rainbow. You could even do a loop and bead closure to make them look a bit more finished.

Simple Window Transparency Shamrock:  This is so cute, and would be easy for small hands to do. Hand there art in the window and let the sun shine through. 

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