The Ultimate Collection of St.Patrick's Day Ideas

We aren't Irish, but my boys and I always like to celebrate St.Patrick's Day with easy and inexpensive crafts, activities and treats. We don't go "all out", but today I am sharing some simple ways we celebrate on March 17th.

5 AWESOME, easy and inexpensive St.Patrick's Day DIY decor pieces - These 5 DIYs are simple and cheap to make... but they look fantastic. Find step by step written instructions and a video tutorial here.

FREE St.Patrick's Day Printable Sign - This sign is adorable, and FREE to download. Pop it in a dollar store frame, and you are good to go. Get the free download here.

"Make a Rainbow" Kit - How cute is this adorable St. Patrick's Day treat? Just follow the directions on the free printable tags that you can download here

Serve up some simple St.Patrick's Day food - From a green buffet to edible rainbows... you'll find everything you need here.

DIY St. Patricks Day hot chocolate bar - Click here for the fun details... including how to make the most adorable pot of gold from a mason jar.

St. Patrick's Day Yarn Crafts - These adorable yarn crafts are perfect for kids and adults. I love the little pom pom leprechaun gnome, don't you? Find the step by step tutorials here.

Lucky Penny {to share with friends} - Click here for free "lucky penny" printable postcards.  This is a really fun St. Patrick's Day treat to share with friends.

Gratitude Door - This St. Patrick's Day door is a wonderful way to decorate for the holiday, and it is a great way to teach kids about being grateful. Find the details here.

Dollar Store Frame - This St. Patrick's Day frame is a great way to get low cost St. Patrick's Day decor. Click here for a full tutorial and free printable.

St. Patrick's Day Penny Banner - This charming banner is easy to make using things you likely already have lying around the house. Click here for a full step by step tutorial.

Treasure to Share - Click here for a free printable bag topper. Your little leprechauns will love sharing a St. Patrick's Day treasure with their friends.

FREE printable "lucky" coin cards - Download this card for free here. Then, cut a slit and insert a loonie or gold coin. Such an adorable way to share a little "luck" on St. Patrick's Day.

Leprechaun Trap - Click here to find out how easy and fun it is to try to catch a leprechaun. They are tough to trap, but it sure is fun to try.

Shamrock Hat - This easy craft is simple and lots of fun for kids. Click here for the step by step tutorial.

Shamrock Pancakes and Green Milk - A few drops of green food coloring, some pancake batter, and a shamrock cookie cutter are all you need to make these adorable pancakes.  Don't forget to add a few drops to some milk too.

Rainbow Seeds make a fun breakfast too! And add some Froot Loops to a draw for some extra fun. (Get the FREE downloadable "rainbow seeds" tags here.)

Rainbow Necklaces - String some Froot Loops onto some braiding cord, yarn, or shoestring liquorice to create these edible rainbow necklaces.  Your little leprechaun will love making and wearing this festive piece of jewellery.

St.Patrick's Day Treats - Little ones will love decorating St. Patrick's Day cookies or cupcakes. Make sure you have plenty of green icing, sprinkles and colourful candies on hand.

Leprechaun Bait - This a great way to share St. Patrick's Day fun with classmates, and it's a fun St. Patrick's Day party favor too. Click here for a free printable Leprechaun Bait bag topper, or here for free printable Leprechaun Bait tags.

Rainbow Seed Treats - This is a perfect treat to share with friends. You can download the "punny" tags here.

Leprechaun Paper Dolls - This little craft is as fun to play with as it is to make. Click here for a free printable leprechaun puppet.

What do you do to celebrate St. Patrick's Day? Will you try one of the easy St. Patrick's Day ideas?


Gina Bell (aka East Coast Mommy)

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