10 Easy St. Patrick’s Day Crafts for Kids

Are you dreading even more holiday crafts for your to figure out for your kids? Don’t fear. I don’t believe in difficult activities! There are easy St. Patrick’s Day crafts you can do this weekend that will keep your kids engaged and you happy. Maybe you’ll even get even get in on the fun!

After you’ve washed away all of the paint and glue off of their hands, be sure to cuddle up with some wonderful St. Patrick’s Day picture books to read with your kiddos.

Be sure to check out these other family fun ideas for St. Patricks Day

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Someone wrote me this week that St. Patrick’s Day is like the red-headed step-child of holidays.

Let’s bunk that idea, participate in these easy St. Patrick’s Day crafts and pull out some great fun for the whole family!

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    Rainbow sponge painting is super cool!

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    St. Patricks Day Handprint Four Leaf Lucky Clovers. Click for 10 More Easy St. Patrick's Day Craft

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    Four-Leaf Clover St. Patrick's Day Kid Craft. Click for 10 More Easy St. Patrick's Day Craft

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    1. Oh I love the buttons in the shape of a 4 leaf clover! Clearly I need to start saving/buying buttons!

    2. I love the handprint four leaf clover! Such a great idea for little ones! I might even try this with my little 6-month old. Hehehe 🙂

    3. These are great ideas! I love each one. I have a almost 2 year old and these activities would be awesome! Thanks for sharing!

      1. You’re so welcome. Let me know which one(s) you try and what you thought. I’m always looking for feedback so I can pick the best ones for my readers 🙂

    4. At end of each month I like to adventure out and visit new and different blogs…It sure don’t look like spring or let lone Saint Patrick.
      We always pick up some corn beef but last year I made Reuben sandwich and they were a hit.

      Hope you fine the time stop on in and have some coffee.

      1. Thanks for visiting. I’m brand new to your blog, too 🙂 Glad to “meet” you!

    5. These are awesome! Pinning for sure! I hope we get a chance to do these!

    6. Toni Cosgrove says:

      I love all of these,especially the handprint ones as they end up being keepsakes too.The best we did before was putting lucky charms cereal on cupcakes.

    7. Such cute ideas! I may just let my little one make a couple of them. I knew I kept all of those extra buttons for a reason 😉
      Dropping by from the Bloggers Brags Pinterest Party & following you on social media

      1. Right? We all have that huge box of buttons stowed away somewhere!

    8. This is a great collection of St. Patty’s crafts!

      Thank you for stopping by the Thoughtful Spot Weekly Blog Hop this week. We hope to see you drop by our neck of the woods next week!

    9. What great ideas! I might have to try that handprint craft with my little guy this year. Thanks for sharing on the weekend re-Treat link party!

      Britni @ play. Party. Pin.

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