St. Patricks Day Crafts and Games

St. Patrick’s Day is only a couple of weeks away.
Author:
Publish date:
Updated on
Image placeholder title

Celebrate the green holiday with these St. Patrick’s Day Crafts and Games! Maybe all the green will ward off those pinches.

This St. Patrick’s Day Leprechaun Trap Craft from Artists Helping Children has everything you can think of when it comes to St. Patrick’s Day…rainbow, gold, and a leprechaun hat!

Image placeholder title

How about a little St. Patrick’s Bingo action? This game from Prepared Not Scared! is perfect for kids of all ages.

—————————————

Image placeholder title

Make a card featuring a Rainbow Heart Shamrock Bouquet. This idea from Childmade would also look great as a framed art piece!

—————————————

Image placeholder title

My kids absolutely love treasure hunts so I know they would LOVE this St. Patrick’s Day Treasure Hunt from Momtastic. I love that she has clues you can print off. Those can be hard to come up with!

—————————————

Image placeholder title

Not only is this Rainbow Xylophone from Meet The Dubiens just beautiful but it makes music! What a great way to provide St. Patrick’s Day fun!

—————————————

Image placeholder title

Also from Meet The Dubiens, A Handprint Leprechaun. Wouldn’t little toddler hands make this St. Patrick’s Day craft oh so cute?

—————————————

Image placeholder title

This Rainbow Pot, created by Marie LeBaron for Craftzine, is a double bonus. It holds the pot of gold of chocolate and when that’s finished, provides a home for a little green!

—————————————

Image placeholder title

I love this craft, I Am Lucky Because… from Lisa Storms. It really helps kids to count their blessings. I am always a fan of that.

—————————————

Image placeholder title

How cute is this Pot of Gold Trap from The Crafting Chicks? Great way to keep your treasure safe!

—————————————

Image placeholder title

Create a fun centerpiece with this St. Patrick’s Day House Plant from Holiday Crafts and Creations. You can never have too much green.

—————————————

Image placeholder title

So maybe this doesn’t fall into the St. Patrick’s Day Crafts and Games category, but isn’t this Rainbow Pudding created by Katie Goodman for Craftzine just spectacular? It’s almost too pretty to eat!

Do you celebrate St. Patrick’s Day? What’s your favorite way to celebrate?

For more posts written by me, visit my personal blog, I Believe In Love. For more St. Patrick’s Day posts, visit…

St. Patrick’s Day Crafting

St. Patrick’s Day Food

Easy St. Patrick’s Day Activities and Crafts for Kids

Related