Simple St. Patrick’s Day Crafts & Recipes
St. Patrick's Day is one of my favorite holidays to get my boys involved in crafting and baking. Just like last year, I asked my favorite bloggers to share their St. Patrick's Day creativity with me. Here is what they are cooking and crafting up this St. Patrick's Day.
I adore these St. Patrick's Day Leprechaun cookies from Homemade Interest. Best of all, they don't even require the oven. Be sure to check out the full post for all the details.
Your kids will love decorating the windows with Shelly's Shamrock Suncatchers. Using just wax paper, green crayons, a crayon sharpener, and an old cookie sheet, your windows will be full of luck in less than an hour.
Are you a sucker for gooey Rice Krispie Treat bars? If so, you will love making Shamrock Krispie Treat Bars. This is an easy recipe to involve your kids in. Just try not to eat them all in one evening!
I love crafts that bring me back to my own childhood. Sara's Lucky Bracelets certainly do just that. Materials required to make these cute bracelets include black and green beads, plastic lacing thread, and alphabet beads. Don't miss the full instructions at Mom Endeavors.
Spark your child's imagination by helping them make a leprechaun wand using just a pencil, ribbon, and a paper or foam shamrock. The full instructions for this fun craft can be found at Formula Mom.
My kids love to help decorate the house for each holiday. I am excited to make Mama Dweeb's Frugal St. Patrick's Day DIY Dollar Store Candle Holder. Everything you need for this craft can be found at your local dollar store.Read More