Your children will love making any one of these 13 St. Patrick’s Day crafts for kids! This is a fun collection of holiday inspiration.
My favorite color is blue – but a close second favorite is the color green. I also love kids’ crafts, and so St. Patrick’s Day kids’ crafts naturally tickle my fancy.
St. Patrick’s Day is one of those holidays that slips under the radar sometimes, so I think we should all give it a little more attention this year, especially with crafts. These St. Patrick’s Day crafts for kids are so cute I can barely stand it (well, like all kids’ crafts).
If you are looking for some great ideas, I’ve found the best of the internet. You’ll love making these projects with your children – scroll down to see them!
St. Patrick’s Day Crafts for Kids
You can buy your own confetti or make it with a paper punch for this fun craft.
Four Leaf Clovers
All you need to make these fun clovers are paper, scissors and a stapler.
This fun craft uses confetti, construction paper and glue – your kids will have a blast!
Do you have pipe cleaners on hand? You can make these shamrocks in a variety of colors.
Sparkly Play Dough
Heidi gives you the recipe to make this sparkly play dough – just grab pipe cleaners to make your own happy rainbow.
Find out how at Heidi’s Recipes
Save those old toilet paper rolls to make this cute four leaf clover stamp.
Kids love sticking their fingers in anything! They’ll enjoy making these with paint and their thumbprints.
Pots of Gold
Pauline has the cutest tutorial for making small St. Patrick’s Day pot and leprechaun hats – perfect for classroom treats.
Can you believe that the base of this delightful hat is a glitter can cozy?
Grab some paper plates out of the cabinet and the construction paper to make these fun and happy Irishmen.
You’ll use a pencil eraser as your brush for this easy bookmark that can be used again and again.
Lila provides a template to make these happy little shamrock men with googly eyes.
There are many ways to build a leprechaun trap! How will your child catch one?