St. Patrick's Day Crafts

My kiddos love holidays—every holiday! They don’t discriminate. So, even if we aren’t technically Irish, we still make a big deal of St. Patrick’s Day. We wear green, we chase Leprechauns, we hunt for that veritable pot of gold, and we eat ALL the corned beef and cabbage. (It’s actually my fave meal of the entire year—no, seriously.)

Of course, it goes without saying that we also do fun crafts and eat sweet treats. If it’s green it counts as a traditional St. Paddy’s Day food in my extremely unofficial book. (Ha!)

This weekend, we are going to have a blast as a family getting our Irish on! Making leprechaun traps, baking green THINGS, and drinking Guinness (well I will, at least!)

I’ve rounded up a few super-fun ways to celebrate together with cool, creative, and crafty projects and green goodies. Have a great time celebrating the Irish spirit—and don’t forget my invite for your big corned beef and cabbage supper.

Easy St. Patrick's Day Craft Ideas


1. Leprechaun Loot Treat via Mom and Munchkins. We know leprechauns love sweets, theses fun treats are perfect for a class party.


2. St. Patrick's Day Clover Necklace via The Chirping Moms. With a little help from mom, this macaroni classic is turned into a St. Patrick's treat.


3. Leprechaun Trap Hat via Momtrends. You know how quick leprechauns are, how mischievous they can be and how hard they are to trap. We've figured out a way to trip them! 


4. Pot of Gold Necklace via Momtrends. Capture a leprechaun's gold in a little bottle and display it around your neck with pride. Your kiddo will love to wear this and show off how they got the best of the little Irish fellow.


5. St. Patrick's Day Sensory Activity via Etsy.  This work is fantastic for refining fine motor skills and allowing creative exploration. Great for a Montessori Classroom or Home Daycare environment.


  1. Corn Beef and Cabbage Recipes
  2. Craft: Leprechaun Trap for Kids
  3. Recipe: Irish Soda Bread Muffins


Use Pinterest to save your favorite crafts, menus and parties for St. Patrick's Day here on the Momtrends St. Patrick's Day Board.

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