Bring your house alive with these St. Patrick’s Day Crafts. From fun and colorful decorations to cute games for the kids, we have every type of craft for kids, toddlers, even preschoolers can join the fun.
Spending time as a family and building memories is always important. And one of the ways to build those memories is by doing fun activities together, especially during the holidays.
Shamrocks and rainbows are fun ways to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. Whether you are doing a fun St. Patrick’s Day craft, whipping up a batch of St. Patrick’s Day Cupcakes, setting a Leprechaun Trap and hunting for him, or even hosting a party – any of these include the whole family.
St. Patrick’s Day Crafts
These easy St. Patrick’s Day Crafts are not only fun to make, but will decorate your home. From St. Patrick’s Day Party Printables to Rainbow Outdoor Mats, to a Mantel filled with Tissue Paper Flowers – they are fun and easy.
There’s a wee bit of Irish in all of us on St. Patrick’s Day! Create this fun St. Patrick’s Day Party for kids of all ages! Complete with free printables including a Lucky Banner, Cupcake Toppers, Drinks Flags and Treat Bag Toppers!
This fun project that is not only perfect for St. Patrick’s Day but the colors can be changed or switched around for a special birthday party decoration too!
This cool painted outdoor mat is fun to create anytime of year, and it adds a big splash of color to your door way!
With just a few simple supplies and about an hour of your time, you can have a fun St. Patrick’s Day Decoration.
Learn how to make Tissue Paper Flowers in fun rainbow colors, and grab the FREE Lucky Banner to add to your St. Patrick’s Day Mantel!
After you have your 3D Paper Shamrocks made, there are a variety of ways to use them – tie them on a gift, decorate the table with them or even use them in a St. Patrick’s Day Garland.
St. Patrick’s Day Crafts for Preschoolers
Grab the paper, glue and scissors – it’s time to create some fun St. Patrick’s Day Crafts for Preschoolers.
Fill a bucket with fun treats for your kids, or let them pick out some items at the store to give to friends.
Simple and easy Treats Bags with St. Patrick’s Day Printables filled with a notebook, crayons and gold chocolate coins.
Let the kids color their own Leprechaun and turn it into a cute puppet. Red Ted Art shares the free coloring page and instructions.
This fun craft for preschoolers takes just a few supplies. Inner Child Fun shares how to make them.
The kids will have hours of fun with this cootie catcher. There is a free printable offered from Crafts by Amanda.
This easy Rainbow Paper Craft takes just a few supplies and will be lots of fun for your kiddos. Easy Peasy and Fun shows you how to make them.
St. Patrick’s Day Crafts for Kids
Lucky the Leprechaun is pretty sneaky, we need to hunt him and create a Leprechaun Trap to catch him. The kids will have loads of fun with these St. Patrick’s Day Crafts.
The kids will have such a fun time making these Leprechaun Trap ideas, but the next morning is when the real fun starts! Lucky the Leprechaun has been making messes and causing lots of trouble throughout the house all night long, in his hunt for a few gold coins.
Each of the Leprechaun Traps Ideas use very simple supplies, some you may already have on hand. And they can be put together in minutes.
Learn how to make these adorable Paper Shamrocks. They are a fun St. Patrick’s Day Craft that the kids can help with too. Just a few simple supplies is all you need.
These Treat Bags are filled with goodies – of course green goodies – like apples, fruit snacks, juice, gum and more. Plus they have a free printable tag on them for you!
Lucky the Leprechaun is frantically searching for his gold. He makes his way around the house, of course making a mess along the way! According to legend, the night before St. Patrick’s Day, the Leprechaun comes out and causes all kinds of mischief. The kids will have so much fun in the morning going around the house seeing what trouble Lucky has caused.
Grab the scrapbook paper! It’s time to make a St. Patrick’s Candy Wrapper, fill the bags and tie the treat with a printable St. Patrick’s Day tag.
St. Patrick’s Day is such a fun holiday! Whether you are Irish or pretend for the day (like us), you can give these free printable St. Patrick’s Day cards to friends, neighbors, or use them as gift tags.
St. Patrick’s Day Crafts for Toddlers
Your toddlers can also have fun with these St. Patrick’s Day Craft ideas – make a batch of Playdough in green or maybe rainbow colors, create Rainbow Ice Cream, let them create a Leprechaun from their hand print and more.
Make this Playdough Recipe with just few ingredients in any colors you want, and you probably have the ingredients on hand! It’s soft, non-toxic and has no food coloring that will stain hands or clothes!
This Homemade Paint is super easy to make with just 3 ingredients plus water, can be made in any color you like and is perfect for Kid’s Crafts!
All you need are two ingredients to make this fun Rainbow Ice Cream. Let the kids help make it, and then serve it with whip cream and green sprinkles.
Not only will the kids love getting paint on their hands, you will have a keepsake of how big their hand print is. Messy Little Monster shares how to make them.
Kids love to learn, especially when it’s fun. Download the free printables for this math activity and let the kids spend hours counting. Sheryl at Teaching 2 and 3 year olds shows you how.
Create these cool binoculars to spy on the Leprechauns. Dawn from Glue Dots shows you how to make them.