Shamrocks and St. Patrick’s Day go hand in hand. So why not make some fun shamrock crafts with your kids to celebrate this fun-filled, lucky holiday? We’ve rounded up some of the best and simplest ideas – from making art like shamrock mosaics and sun catchers – to creating beautiful four leaf clover crystals, wands and garlands to decorate your home with some St. Patty’s Day fun!
What are your favorite St. Patrick’s Day activities?
Clover Sun Catcher (via Pink Stripey Socks)
Go on a nature walk to catch “clover” leaves and leave them out to sparkle and catch the sun’s rays!
Shamrock Wand (via Crafty Morning)
Craft up this easy paper wand in no time to wish little ones good luck and lots of imaginary pretend play!
Shamrock Notes (via The Pink Doormat)
These clover notes are such a simple idea and make a fun and cheerful surprise for the kids on St. Patty’s Day.
Shamrock Pins (via Wild Olive)
With a tiny bit of sewing, you can make your kids this adorable green shamrock pin to ward off any pinches.
Printable Shamrock Pins (via Mom.me)
For a simple pin option, print these cute notes out and pin them securely to your kids’ backpacks, belts, or shirts for instant visibility.
Shamrock Garland (via Design Improvised)
Here’s a sweet garland kids can help make by making yarn pom poms and cutting out green shimmery shamrocks.
Shamrock Crystals (via Housing a Forest)
These easy shamrock crystals are quick to make and require a little patience waiting, which will soon be rewarded with beautiful green crystal ornaments!
Shamrock Mosaics (via Happiness Is Homemade)
Looking for a simple St. Patrick’s Day art project? Look no further than these easy clover mosaics that will keep the kids happily occupied for a while.
Shamrock Marble Painting (via Plain Vanilla Mom)
Little ones will love shaking and rolling marbles to create these beautiful splattered shamrock paintings.
Beaded Shamrocks (via Fun-a-Day)
Get those fine motor skills going by making these cute and colorful beaded shamrocks.
Shamrock Foam Dough (via Crayon Box Chronicles)
Dig and discover some hidden treasures in this fun exploratory shamrock sensory dough activity.
Clover T-Shirt (via Cutesy Crafts)
Make a fun clover shirt and get the kids’ help stamping dots out of a pencil top! The free printable clover pattern included makes it easy to create your own.
Shamrock Twirler (via I Heart Crafty Things)
Kids love pinwheels. Make them this easy paper plate one shaped like a shamrock for some twirly St. Patrick’s Day fun.
Tissue Paper Shamrock (via Fireflies + Mud Pies)
An easy paper craft even the littlest ones can help make by doing one of their favorite things – scrunching paper!
Take a look at more creative St. Patrick’s projects for kids here!