Friday, March 8, 2013

10 St Patricks Day DIY Kids Crafts Elegant Fun & Easy Art Projects to Make Together


Celebrations



In the last roundup I presented the 10 Best Eco Friendly Valentines Day Crafts. Now it's time to think about that next holiday on the calendar. As you'll discover in this new post you don't have to spend a lot of green to make some really beautiful and fun holiday crafts with kids at home or at school for St Pat's Day. I'm betting even adults who like easy to make creative art projects with fabulous results are going to have a blast with Mommy Blog Expert's picks for this year's ten best St. Patrick's Day arts and crafts on the Internet -- including some edible treats, a few green eco friendly ideas, and free downloadable printables.


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Two things are synonymous with St. Patty's Day: beer and the color scheme. Here is a Green Beer Bottle Candle Holder that not only combines both things, it's beautiful and functional too. From Practically Functional, Directions
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These Sweet Shamrock Pretzels may be edible but they definitely qualify as an easy and fun to make craft, too. From Spoonful, Directions

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What could be easier than choosing and sending free St. Patrick's Day E-Cards to friends and family? With so many options you may want to send several cards to everyone you know. From Better Homes and Gardens, Get Cards Here

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These dainty and sweet green clover hair pins will fancy up your little girls hair for that St. Pat's party she's attending. Maybe some of you big girls will want to add these to your do before that big celebration you're attending, too. From Martha Stewart, Directions

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Decorate a door either outside or indoors with an assortment of monochromatic print and solid color scraps fabric in every imaginable shade of green with a little white or beige mixed in for contrast. From The Magic of Ordinary Things, Directions

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What would St. Patrick's Day be without a Leprechaun Hat? Make this green paper one and decorate it to wear or prop it up and use as a table centerpiece. From Crayola, Directions

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Here's a real cute shamrock paper lei that you can make from cut outs of colored and print paper. It involves just a few craft supplies and would be perfect to make with kids at home or at school. From Simple As That, Directions

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Can't get to Ireland in time for St. Paddie's Day this year? No problem. If you can't move the mountain, bring the mountain to you. Make your own kissable sparkling Blarney Stone with a found rock, some paint, glitter and a little creativity. From Kaboose, Directions

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If you have a Disney fan in the house, download this free template and print out this adorable Minnie Mouse St. Patrick's Day Printable Candy Box. They'll love this. From Disney Family, Directions

Don't forget that that this an educational opportunity for kids and adults alike,too. There's so much fascinating stuff to learn about Ireland and the origin of St. Patrick's Day along with a collection of other activities, games, and free downloadable coloring pages and more printables that little kids will enjoy. From DLTK Kids, Access Here


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And to top it all off, how about these darling easy-to-make Leprechaun Hat Cookies that use large marshmallows for the rise of the hat? From Betty Crocker, Directions

Have a wonderful St. Patricks Day holiday and enjoy making these fun crafts while carving out some time to spend with your loved ones. 

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1 comment:

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