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Get in the St. Patrick’s Day spirit by making these 3 easy and cute Shamrock Art Projects for Kids. These beautiful shamrocks make lucky cards or St. Patty’s Day decorations!
Today is your lucky day because if you’re reading this, we have some really fun Shamrock Art Project for Kids just in time for upcoming St. Patrick’s Day! We got inspired t make these since you loved our easy Valentine Day art projects.
This is basically the same concept except on shamrocks instead of hearts!
We use the same art technique here: 1) Straw blow painting; 2) Sponge painting; and 3) Scrape painting
What do you need to create these Shamrock Art Project for Kids?
GET THE FREE SHAMROCK PRINTABLE DOWN BELOW
What can I do with my pretty shamrock art once it’s done?
There are a couple of options. They make cute cards you can even tape with some gold coins for a cute St. Patrick’s Day Favor.
Or you can frame and hang them up as art you can bring back out each St. Patrick’s Day!
Or maybe these can be notes for the leprechaun who will be visiting!
SHAMROCK ART PROJECTS FOR KIDS – MATERIALS:
Shamrock template (download below, link in our DIY how-to card scroll down)
Acrylic paint in green, white, yellow
Piece of cardboard to use as a scraper
Liquid Watercolor paint (yellow and green)
3 small sponges
Parchment paper or newspaper to cover your workspace
Painters Tape (makes it easy to keep your shamrock template in place on your table surface)
- Shamrock template
- Acrylic paint in green, white, yellow
- Piece of cardboard to use as a scraper
- Liquid Watercolor paint (yellow and green)
- 3 small sponges
- watercolor paper
- Parchment paper or newspaper to cover your workspace
- Painters Tape (makes it easy to keep your shamrock template in place on your table surface)
Print out shamrock template and cut the shamrock.
Use that as your template to trace over 3 pieces of watercolor paper and then cut so you have 3 watercolor shamrocks.
Scrape painting: Add dabs of yellow, green and white paint all over your shamrock cut out and scrape with a piece of cardboard.
Sponge paining. Dab your shamrock with yellow, green and white paint using 3 small separate sponges.
Blow painting. Drop green and yellow watercolor paint over your shamrock and use a straw to blow paint out in various directions.
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