Happy St Patty’s Day! If you’re scrambling to come up with some fun and easy activities to celebrate, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve come up with a few decorations, recipes, and activities to make this St. Patrick’s Day special. All of the materials can most likely be found around your house, you may only need a quick trip to the grocery store for one or two items.
St. Patrick’s Day Shamrock Streamers – Studio DIY
Find some green streamers, and you’ll have a fun shamrock decoration in no time. This garland makes for a great party decoration or just as a quick way to spruce up your home without spending a bunch of time crafting decorations.
Thumb Printed Shamrocks – Inner Child Fun
Grab your green ink pad and cardstock, and teach your children to make shamrocks using their thumbs. This great St. Patrick’s Day craft can be repeated every year to watch your children grow. You could even hang on to the same paper every year, and display it as your child grows!
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Rainbow Water – Parenting Magazine
Grab some food coloring and make some rainbow ice. Stack it into the glass before filling in rainbow order, and add your favorite clear beverage. You could also add the rainbow ice to a punch bowl for your St. Patty’s Day party.
Shamrock Prints – Think Crafts
An empty toilet paper tube and some paint make for a fun shamrock stamping activity. Teach your children how to create their own shamrocks, or make your own. You can make gift wrap, decorate a tablecloth, or throw together a few prints to add some green to your home décor.
Clover Cookies – Little Family Fun
You can easily throw together a batch of clover shaped cookies without a shamrock cookie cutter! The construction of these cookies is very easy, so the kids can help make their own. Teach them about the science of baking while you work!
Gather up your green craft supplies and get to work making St. Patrick’s Day the best it can be!