March 17th is fast approaching so there is no better time to get started with some of these best St Patricks Day crafts for kids.
My kids love to celebrate all the seasons and living in Ireland we adore doing Saint Patricks crafts to honour this day.
There are so many different Irish craft ideas featuring Leprechauns, pots of gold, hair pieces, slime and lots more! There are just so many ways you can celebrate this Irish holiday.
Of course we love crafting to celebrate but you know what else we do here in Ireland to celebrate? We love eating something called Irish Stew or Potato bread. I highly recommend both of these if you ever get the chance to visit. You can eat these at anytime of the year, not just St Patrick’s Day.
Whether you celebrate on March 17th or not you are sure to love doing these kids crafts over and over again.
Lucky for me that my good craft buddies have given me lots of fun ideas for you all to try! Of course I have some of my own ideas and I plan to add them too!
Most of these come with free templates and printable instructions to make them easy to follow.
Do you send St Patrick's Day cards to your friends? These can be hard to find in shops so why not make your own with a friendly paper Leprechaun on front and a pop up pot of gold in the inside!
Everyone wants to catch their very own leprechaun on Saint Patrick's Day, so why not make this easy leprechaun trap to help you!
How about this beautiful Shamrock clock to help kids tell the time! Fun to make and educational at the same time!
Perfect for 4 and 5 year olds as this is the age my children started to learn o'clock times
Be on the lookout for pots of gold at the end of rainbows with this St Patrick's Day toilet paper roll binocular craft for kids!
It comes complete with decorated shamrocks and will hopefully bring whoever uses it some luck!
You can decorate these however you wish, even with rainbows if you want or how about one with some gold coins.
This flame haired bearded guy will bring you some good luck on March 17th. He is so easy to make with popsicle sticks and some paint!
Fun paper craft for St Patrick's Day which lets kids make an adorable wreath with everything you would expect on March 17th!
If you cannot get the luck of the Irish by kissing the real Blarney stone why not make your own!
This craft involves rocks, paint and glitter. I know both my 3 and 4 year old would love this! It is so simple and good if you want a fun craft that requires a few materials!
How about making one of these friendly leprechauns from toilet paper rolls?! You never know he might bring you some Irish luck.
How about having your own little piece of luck at the end of your pencil. Now you can with this simple leprechaun hat pencil topper craft!
Kids will really enjoy putting this one together and giving these out to their friends.
Decorate your window with all sorts of decorations with this particular craft!
Rainbows, pots of gold and shamrocks. These are great if you are planning on having a party to celebrate this special occasion.
This rainbow headband is the perfect craft and hair accessory for St Patricks Day.
Of course you could wear this at anytime of the year and for fancy dress.
My 5 year old daughter will be all over this craft when she sees it as she loves making hair pieces for herself (with Mom's help of course).
Who wants a fun St Patrick's Day craft for kids that involves making jewelry using cereal!?
With the help of some Lucky Charms, Mom and some wire you are well on your way to making a charm bracelet which is partially edible!
I am a major fan of hanging mobiles and this Shamrock one is perfect for March 17th!! You can even customize it with your own personal message.
Keep it plain or make it sparkly with some glitter!
Who wants to wear one of these funky shamrock headbands on St Patrick's Day!
This shamrock craft helps you make your own hairpiece.
You only need a few craft supplies to recreate this masterpiece, (chances are you already have these in your house).
Share this cup craft with friends and it is sure to bring you lots of luck.
This St Patricks day craft for kids is super easy to do and will suit preschool kids as well as older children.
Who wants to be a King or Queen for the day with this rainbow inspired Crown?!
I know my four year old daughter would love this St Patrick's Day craft.
She could even keep it and wear at Halloween for fancy dress.
What will you put in your pot of gold?! This Saint Patrick craft lets you add a shamrock to the front of the pot. Keep your gold coins and treasure here and remember to guard it well!
You could also let your paper roll leprechaun take charge and keep it safe for you.
This simple piece of Art is the perfect St Patrick's Day craft for preschool kids!
All you need is some paper and some rainbow markers.
If you have the luck of the Irish you might find a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow in this kids craft idea!
You can find this little pot with chocolate coins or even gummy sweets (wrapped) for a treat or gift for kids.
This is another rainbow themed craft using toilet paper rolls! I have lots of these around my house for future crafts so this one is going on my to do list! It is slightly similar to the one shown above.
Kids absolutely love this glittery green slime which is super duper easy to make!
I could not let my St Patrick's day crafts for kids go without mentioning some leprechaun crafts!
I love paper bag crafts for kids, and this one lets you make a lovely Irish themed puppet.
Your kids will have so much fun making him and then listening to you telling stories with him!
This 3D craft lets you make a shamrock, which you can do just for fun or for a card.
This is a beautiful craft which the kids will certainly need help with.
You could easily use this as home decor if you were having a St Patrick's Day party.
How about making a leprechaun from hand. Handprint crafts are perfect St Patricks Day crafts for kids aged 6 and under! Even toddlers can do these with help from Mum or Dad.
This is another terracotta pot craft for March 17th! You get to make a fabulous Leprechaun hat.
I will be sure to include all my latest and greatest St Patricks Day crafts to this post so that you do not miss out on any! Honestly I have to confess seeing all these has given me lots of inspiration and ideas for other kids crafts!
If you want some fun why not find out your leprechaun name! My name generator features female leprechaun names as well as male ones.
There stacks of other Spring crafts for kids if you want other ideas for this season. How about my Spring chick craft or my Pipe cleaner Magnets!
Will You Be Trying Any of These St Patricks Day Crafts for Kids?