St. Patrick’s Day is just a week off, so it’s time to get serious. Let’s cover everything we own in shamrocks together! Grab your kids, raid your crafty stash, and let’s make some lucky clovers, y’all.
1. Painted Flower Pots – You can make these pots with gold leaf, like Frog Prince Paperie, or use regular ol’ gold paint if you don’t want to spend quite as much.
3. Lucky Bracelet – This kid-made bracelet from Mom Endeavors is the perfect way to make sure your kid has something green to wear on the 17th!
4. Shamrock Hair Clip – If your kid doesn’t care for bracelets, make Molly and Mama’s hair clip instead. Or make both!
5. Shamrock Pinwheel – If you’re expecting a blustery St. Patrick’s Day, this would be a fun outdoor activity. Make the pinwheel with The Mother Huddle’s instructions, then take it outside and watch it spin in the wind.
6. Toilet Paper Tube Shamrocks – Use plain rolls, like Bonnie at Crafting a Green World did, or let your kids color them green with markers or crayons before you start crafting.
7. Veggie Stamps – Got a green pepper in your fridge that’s seen better days? Before you toss it, let your kid use it for some shamrock stamping.
8. Coffee Filter Shamrocks – Rinse and save your coffee filters for this cute project from We Know Stuff.
9. Window Transparency – I like that instead of the usual green, Rhythmic Silence used a rainbow of colors for this St. Patrick’s Day window decoration.
10. Shamrock Clothespins – Grab some washi tape and cut out some shamrock shapes to make these cute little decorated clothespins.