St Patricks Day Craft Ideas To Enjoy!
St. Patricks Day is right around the corner, and we have the best craft ideas for you! Children of any age can try these crafts, and they might even be fun for the whole family.
Shamrock Sun Catcher
This DIY craft can be any shape or St. Patrick’s Day symbol your child likes. Some supplies you’ll need are colored tissue paper, clear contact paper, construction paper, and Mod Podge.
Cut an outline of the shape you want in the construction paper and stick it to the contact paper. Rip the tissue paper and stick little pieces to the sticky contact paper. Finally, seal all the paper with a nice Mod Podge coat.
You’re ready to showcase the craft by sticking it to the window with some clear tape! This easy and fun St. Patrick’s Day craft idea for kids will make any room bloom with color!
Don’t throw away your paper towel holders because this project requires them! Cut open two paper towel holders and tape them together to make a big, long cylinder. Then, throw on some festive paint.
For this to be a windcatcher, you’ll have to add streamers. The perfect material for this is ribbon! Choosing the right ribbon can be fun, as your child can add some personality to their craft through the process. Attach some string to the top of the cylinder and hang it outside.
Pot of Gold
This easy and fun St. Patrick’s Day craft idea for kids might call for some extra crafting supplies. Head out and grab some small plant pots, glitter, school glue, paintbrushes, and festive candy!
We outline this glitter pot rainbow craft perfectly on our website. Follow our step-by-step process or make the pot unique to your child.
What kid doesn’t love slime? It can be addicting to sink your fingers in this gooey craft, even as an adult. You can follow any slime recipe and add the appropriate colors or follow ours.
You probably already have these household items, making this project the most cost-effective one. The supplies you’ll need include shampoo, cornstarch, food coloring, and water.
Mix shampoo and cornstarch in a bowl. Then put in the food coloring and slowly add in 5 tablespoons of water. From there, continue to stir. Knead the slime until it forms the right consistency. Store it in an airtight container. Your kid can bring it back out to play in any season of the year!
If you or your kids want fun craft ideas, this article should help. Feel free to come back and visit this article to change these projects to fit whatever season or holiday you may be in beyond St. Patrick’s Day, too!