This year, I wanted to find St. Patrick’s Day crafts, that are not on Pinterest, for kids to keep my little ones busy while I finished my project list for the holiday. Whether you’re a teacher or a parent, these top five websites offer great ideas for your children to create their own decorations to celebrate on March 17th.
This site offers 10 St. Patrick’s Day kid crafts, including shamrocks, the Blarney Stone and rainbows. Create a leprechaun hat, marionette or rainbow cup to celebrate the holiday in style.
This is one of my personal favorite websites for Patrick’s Day projects for kids, as well as crafts for anytime of the year. The page is separated into seven sections, including leprechauns, rainbows, pot of gold crafts and more.
This site offers over 20 St. Patrick’s Day crafts for kids, including coloring pages and Jello recipes to get messy and have some fun with. If your little ones are not covered in green by the end of some of these activities, you aren’t doing them right.
The St. Patrick’s Day kid projects on this site are for kiddos of different ages. Make handmade jewelry to give as gifts, create craft kits to take along to any gathering and print out coloring pages to keep the littlest ones involved in the crafting fun.
Free Kid Crafts
This site offers two pages of St. Patrick Day kid crafts, with over 20 projects to choose from. Create a handprint leprechaun to display on the fridge or make a Celtic journal for the budding writer in your group.
Hopefully, these St. Patrick’s crafts for kids, that are not on Pinterest, have put you in the mood to make your own pot of gold to celebrate the holiday. Check out the ″Further Reading″ section for other ideas, including crafts you can work on to decorate your home with or hand out as gifts.
5 Non-Pinterest Websites for St. Patrick’s Day Crafts
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