St. Patrick’s Day is less than a month away. It’s March 17th to be exact. Here are 16 St. Patrick’s Day crafts to ensure you don’t get pinched! Oh and don’t miss 13 more St. Patricks day snack ideas perfect for a classroom party!
St. Patrick’s Day crafts for kids
From leprechaun handprints to DIY yarn beards, kids or all ages will have these St. Patrick’s Day crafts.
Turn spent tp tubes into tiny leprechauns with paint, construction paper, and scissors. My son loved cutting the beards!
2. DIY Clover Stamps
Turn green foam hearts and a bottle cap or cork to make a few 4 leaf clover stamps to use again and again. Find the complete stamp tutorial at Silly Eagle Books.
3. Lucky dirt cups
Let the kids play with their food and turn green peppers into 4 leaf clovers! Also, consider using a bell pepper as a stamp to make 4 leaf clover prints on paper!
5. Leprechaun hat and beards
Turn the kids into little leprechauns with this simple hat and yarn beard tutorial from French Knots.
6. Handprint leprechaun
Handprint crafts are always a winner, and this little leprechaun handprint does not disappoint. Oringially created by Jill Dubien.
7. Pots of gold
Pass out DIY pots of gold to neighbors filled with golden Rolo candies to family and friends. Find the complete tutorial at Craft-o-maniac.
Rainbow nails are the perfect addition to your green outfit on St. Patrick’s Day. Add one solid green nail to complete the St. Patrick’s Day look!
DIY St. Patrick’s Day Decorations
Show your Irish pride at home with these 5 St. Patrick’s day crafts. Spruce up your front door with a rag wreath or adorn your wall with my favorite quote about luck!
9. Shamrock Door Hanger
Check out Chapman Place for the complete shamrock wreath tutorial. It’s made out of corrugated metal roofing! Who would have thought?!
10. Rag wreath
The detailed St. Patrick’s Day wreath is at The Magic of Ordinary Things. Can you believe she used a wire hanger as the wreath form?
This is my favorite quote about luck! Thank you, Thomas Jefferson.
Print out the thankful flags and use St. Patrick’s Day as a teachable moment on what we are thankful for in our everyday life.
13. Clover specimen art
Bev used green fabric scraps to make this adorable clover specimen art. Each clover is made up of 3 tony hearts. Find the complete tutorial at Flamingo Toes.
St. Patrick’s Day traditions
14. Leprechaun Traditions
Marsha shares this adorable St. Patrick’s Day tradition of trying to catch little leprechauns that mess up her house and classroom. They even turn the toiled water green. Read more about it at Differentiated Kindergarten.
15. Pinch proof t-shirts
Ensure you don’t get pinched with a cute vinyl St. Patrick’s Day t-shirt. Check out the tutorial at Eighteen 25.