If you are a scrapbooker or card maker, then you have tons of paper crafting supplies. We buy all of those pig paper packs, sheets of chipboard and sticker letters, and only use 2 or 3 of them.
Dig out all of the green and white supplies you have and make some St. Patrick’s Day Paper Crafts.
St. Patrick’s Day Decorations to Make From Paper
Even if you’re not having a St. Patrick’s Day party, a few decorations around the house will be a welcome sight after all of the cold winter weather.
Make a Festive Green Wreath to hang on your front door. The supplies are inexpensive and most of them can be found at your local dollar store.
Here are some beautiful party and home decor crafts from Uncommon Designs.
A pretty DIY green print garland made from craft tape will welcome St. Patrick’s Day and spring.
There are so many fun Shamrock crafts and so little time! Here are more decorations and decor ideas.
These Rainbow Skittles Trees are the perfect accent to your decor for St. Patrick’s Day. This craft project could be fattening!
St. Patrick’s Day Gifts and Treats to Give
Give someone a Rainbow Candy Jar to celebrate the day. Here’s a printable tag that you can attach to it.
Lucky Charms Treat Bags are a fun treat to give for St. Patrick’s Party favors. Since the sayings are printable, you can whip up a batch of these in no time.
Forget about green beer, give me candy! A candy bouquet will surely brighten someone’s day.
Attach a Rolo Candy to this Printable Rainbow Tag and you have an instant gift for a group of scouts, classroom, or co workers.
If you like to send cards, Handmade St. Patrick’s Day Cards is a fun way to keep in touch with those you love.
These Rainbow Treat Toppers are a fun way to give colorful candy or trail mix to your friends or co workers.
This Pot Of Gold Gift Tag can be attached to any treat or little gift, but they are super cute on water color paint sets.
Here’s another Rainbow Treat Bag Printable. I love how Thrifty Jinxy used the Rollos as Pots of gold and the marshmallows as clouds.
St. Patrick’s Day Paper Crafts for Kids
Here’s a Paper Plate Rainbow Kids craft that uses supplies that you probably have around the house.
These easy Shamrock Craft Project can be made by even the smallest crafters. They can practice using paint, tracing, and cutting with scissors.
A four leaf clover stained glass craft for kids will be a fun way to spend the afternoon. Kids love crafting no matter what holiday it is.
Now here’s a cute activity for kids. Get the kids to make a leprechaun trap. All you need are some green craft supplies, a box, and a little imagination.
Kids LOVE to finger paint, but most moms hate the mess. This Pot Of Gold Finger Paint Project shows the kiddo exactly where to put their fingers, cutting down on the mess.
St. Patrick’s Day Printable Activities for Kids
My niece absolutely loves a scavenger hunt with clues. My brother always makes one for her to find her Easter Basket, and it’s the highlight of her Easter. Here are printable clues for a Pot Of Gold Scavenger Hunt.
Here’s a free Activity Book that will be fun for celebrating the month of March.
This game called Shamrock Shenanigans is a free printable from Thrifty Jinxy.
Here’s a Printable Greater Than, Less Than activity for the classroom or homeschooling.
This Holy Trinity Coloring Page is great for St. Patrick’s Day, but it can be used all year long.
I love I Spy books when my kids were younger. I think I bought them for myself more so than for the kids. What is it about searching for odd things in a sea of other colorful pictures? Here’s a Printable I Spy for you to enjoy.
Here’s an 18 Page Printable Pack perfect for celebrating Saint Patrick.
Here is a 25 page St. Patrick’s Day booklet of Hands-On activities for learning. Everything has a St. Patrick’s Day theme, making it a fun activity for the classroom or homeschooling.
A St. Patrick’s Day word search is a fun learning activity for kids and a great activity for adults.
Shamrock Vocabulary Cards sure are a lot more fun than plain white index cards!
This Printable Coloring Sheet will help little ones practice their fine motor skills.
Jinxy Kids has a Word Search Puzzle to share. I see that the last word on the list is snakes…YIKES!
Practicing your cutting skills is fun when the sheets have green clovers and spunky leprechauns.
So many great ideas!
Angie | Real Life at Home
Thanks for including some of my resources here! This is a great list, and I’ll be pinning it! 🙂