How to Create a Rainbow Stained Glass Window
This amazing stained glass window was made using pieces of paper that were colored and then painted. The secret ingredient? Vegetable oil!

Jean, from the Artful Parent, had her kids doodle designs on the paper using oil pastels (but …

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Two Simple Shamrock Games
While Allison, from No Time for Flashcards, created these games for her kindergartener, they can be easily modified for younger and older children. She used craft foam supplies she found at the dollar store to make both of these …

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Heart Shamrock Decorations
This is a fast and easy St. Patrick’s Day decoration. These dimensional shamrocks are made using three heart shapes — hearts are much easiest to cut our than a shamrock shape. You can use the to decorate windows, doors, or …

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St. Patrick’s Day Rainbow Craft
Discover how easy it is to make this wonderful rainbow mobile using little more than paper, cotton balls, and string. The rainbow is made by cutting paper strips, each piece should be about one inch short than the one above …

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Paint Chip Shamrocks
Please don’t think I am weird, but anytime I walk by the paint section at a store I am drawn to the paint chips. I just want to take one of each paint chip card they have. Am I alone …

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Leprechaun Headband Craft
Such a creative way to use a styrofoam cone… By just looking at the picture, I would have never guessed that is what this miniature hat was made out of!

Why not gather together everyone you know for some St. …

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Ombre Clover Pinch Proof Shirt
If you have ever found yourself digging through your closet on St. Patricks’ Day searching for something green to where but have come up empty handed, you just may want to make one of these fashionable shirts. Angie, from The

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Leprechaun Paper Plate Craft
With St. Patrick’s Day coming soon, I figured I would start searching around for related projects. While there are many things associated with this Irish holday, leprechauns have to be at the top of the list.

Of all the leprechaun …

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Sticky Wall Rainbow
This activity, shared by Jen (from Mama.Papa.Bubba) is a great way to decorate a wall for St. Patrick’s Day or spring. Start out by drawing a rainbow and clouds on a piece of clear contact paper and hanging it …

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hat1How cute is this hat? My kids would go gaga over the green glitter!! Can’t wait to make these so they can wear them to our town parade!! Rush over to the tutorial at Kid Friendly Things to Do!

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RainbowCraft1Here’s a classic craft that your kids will love to eat make. Just head to your local grocery store and you are good to go! You can find the tutorial at 7 On a Shoestring.

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rainbow1Here’s a fun hands on project to teach your children about water density. You can also teach them about the colors of the rainbow and what order they are in. This is the perfect science project for St. Patrick’s Day!  …

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popcorn-shamrock1Here is a simple St. Patrick’s Day craft that you can do fairly quickly and the whole family can have fun doing! You can find the tutorial over at The Mother Huddle.

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rainbow1Here’s a great craft that will get your house feeling a ‘wee bit Irish’ for the upcoming holiday. You can find the tutorial for this adorable little rainbow craft over at Mom on Time Out.

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handprintclover1Here’s a truly simple St. Patty’s Day Craft that is a definite memory maker. You can do this with almost any age, even a baby!!  You can get the full scoop over at Fun Home Things.

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