I have searched around the web and gathered up some of my favorite “St. Patricks Day Crafts For Kids” to share with all of you.
If you missed my post on not quite feeling like and A+ mom – maybe you should head over there first. Whether you do one or none of these – you are still awesome! The real joy and contentment of motherhood comes from knowing that we alone are enough to our kids – no crafting required!
Still feeling crafty? Here are some of my St.Patricks Day Kids Crafts in no particular order;
Don’t feel like getting that messy? How about just a “Thumb Print”?
I simply love this little gem of a leprechaun from crafty morning …I think my kids are going to have a blast making this guy.
After teaching a mosaic arts class last semester – I have some big plans for these St. Patricks Day Mosaic Shamrocks from Happiness is Homemade… I’m thinking they will make the perfect bunting decor for our homeschool window.
If your feeling especially crafty this week here are some fun crafts to keep you and the kids busy during these remaining unpredictable days of winter. My personal favorite was the hand print rainbow. I have them all hanging on our front door and those precious little hands at the end of a long day just make me smile.
If the project involves paint it is pretty much guaranteed to be a home run in our house. I promise our lent crafts will not include so much mess. Just remember they are only little once and use washable paint.
This project has been a long standing favorite of my kids.
Supplies List; Green Paint A Pepper with the top cut off length wise and de-seeded. Large (I recommend heavier stock) paper A bowl
Simply squirt a desired amount of paint in the bowl. Give each child a pepper and paper and go to town. Even my 18mo old got in on all the action this year. He got a bit messy but it was all worth the smiles and giggles.