15 Fun and Easy Saint Patrick’s Day Ideas for Kids!

Sunday, March 16, 2014
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Saint Patrick’s Day is just around the corner and I am so excited to celebrate with my small children by doing some fun (and easy please) crafts, and treats with them. Knowing my children, they will have a blast with any of these.  Now, to just decide which ones to do this year!

Crafts:

 

This is a fun yet simple Paper Heart Shamrock at Hands On As We Grow that you could hang with thread from the ceiling for an easy Decoration.  

This Fruit Loop Rainbow at One Artsy Mama would look great hanging on the wall or fridge!

I love this Shamrock Rainbow Necklace at Mamas Like Me. Its fun to make and it can be your bit of green you wear to protect you from crazy pinchers. 

The Hand print Rainbow at The Logans makes a perfect gift for grandparents, 

You can have lots of fun making these Bell Pepper Shamrock at Family Fresh Meals

I love finger print art and this Finger Print Rainbow at Sassy Dealz is super cute. 

You kids can be styling with this easy to make Paper Shamrock Hat at Alpha Mom.  

Treats:

This tasty Rainbow Jelly Dessert at Mess for Less is sure to please any Jello fan!

Making these Lucky Charms Krispy Treats at Sugar n’ Spice Gals is a great way to customize this great classic treat!

How can you drink a rainbow? Easy, just make some of the Happy Hooligans' Rainbow Ice Cubes. 

These Twizzler Rainbow Treats at Our Best Bites make a great gift that everyone can enjoy!  

Need a little extra Luck, making these Shamrock Pretzel Bites at That’s What Che Said

We all need a little color i our diet and this Muffin Tin Rainbow of Food at Another Lunch is just what the Dr. Ordered. 

Dont these Green Deviled Eggs at Food Jimoto just look delish?

Ok, these Rainbow Waffles at I Am Baker are so cool that they may just become a family favorite. 

I hope these easy and fun crafts and treats have inspired you like they have me. Happy St. Patrick's Day Every!

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