I’ve come across some fun ideas and crafts celebrating St. Patrick’s Day this year. The usual extent of my celebrations is to squeeze a couple drops of green food coloring to some pancake batter. However, these bloggers have me almost convinced to step dance to the next level!
Julie, who insists she is not a cook or baker, made these zany cupcakes.
I don't know, Julie, they look kind of awesome to be a first timer's effort! That sparkle top is almost over the top.
Love this low commitment, easy, and fast to make leprechaun trap using Popsicle sticks and a little glue.
Charming to do with little ones.
Looking for a simple craft you can make with things you already have on hand? I like these shamrock apple prints from The Chocolate Muffin Tree.
Seriously, what a snap! An apple or two, cut in half, some green paint, and paper. Bam. Done.
Leprechaun Trap Cake
I saw Megan over at Not Martha post her crazy Leprechaun Cake I freaked out a little. It’s a cacophony of really fun ideas.
Rachael was traveling in Chicago this week when she snapped pictures of the Chicago River dyed green.
It’s just food coloring, but what a blast!
Chocolate Stout Cake
Something a little more sophisticated? Smitten Kitchen’s Chocolate Stout Cake--made with Guiness--is a modern classic
Whether you celebrate with a green-dyed India Pale Ale, a pint of creamy Guinness, or some kelly-green milk, here's to enjoying your St. Patrick's Day!