Our Favorite St. Patrick’s Day Crafts
We know St. Patrick’s Day is still a week away, but that doesn’t mean the fun can’t start now. We’ve rounded up our favorite St. Patty’s Day crafts that are sure to take your little one over the rainbow with joy. Filled with a bit of Irish luck and a lot of homemade fun, we know you’ll love these easy-to-do arts and crafts ideas.
End of the rainbow paper plate twirler by Crafty Morning
This colorful yet straightforward craft only requires a few items but creates quite the rainbow swirl of fun for your little one. All you will need is paint (a few rainbow colors), a paper plate, scissors, black and yellow paper, and glue.
St. Patrick’s Day Leprechaun Paper Plate Mask by ABC Creative Learning
This activity is another fun St. Patrick’s Day crafts using paper plates that you can try. Your preschooler will love this adorable and creative craft. To help your little one create their leprechaun mask, you’ll need several items. ‘ABC Creative Learning’ will walk you through the easy steps.
Shamrock Twirler St. Patrick’s Day Craft by I Heart Crafty Things
There are too many adorable paper crafts for us not to include at least a few. This shamrock twirler is simple to make and only requires a paper plate, green paint, a green straw, and a metal brad. We suggest guiding your preschooler through cutting out their shamrock shape from their paper plate for the perfect clover shape.
St. Patrick’s Day slime recipe by Little Bins for Little Hands
We love this gooey craft. Making a DIY St. Patrick’s day slime is not only hours of green fun but also doubles as a great sensory craft. This activity is another one of the St. Patrick’s Day Crafts that only requires a few ingredients. We’ll let ‘Little Bins for Little Hands’ describe the exact how-to in the link above.
Streamer rainbow by My Kid Craft
Is there anything more fun than a rainbow craft? This streamer rainbow is adorable enough to stay up in your home year-round, and your little one will have so much fun making it. All you’ll need is a white card, colored streamers, and tape. Once you’ve cut the white card into the shape of a cloud, you can leave it to your little one on how they want their rainbow to be.
Cereal box leprechaun hats by Kix Cereal
Kix Cereal has more than a few St. Patrick’s Day Crafts, but their leprechaun hats have to be our favorite. This particular craft will undoubtedly be a group project between you and your preschooler, but the fun in doing it is 100% worth it. For this craft and more for Kix, click the link above.
St. Patrick’s Day Rainbow Handprint Craft by B-Inspired Mama
No craft list would be complete without handprint art. This St. Patrick’s Day rainbow craft is the perfect holiday keepsake that you’ll treasure for years to come. You’ll need black and white construction paper, rainbow-colored washable paint, glue, and foil from gold chocolate coins for this activity. The final product is an adorable pot of gold, with the prize being a perfect rainbow handprint from your little one.