pog1Valentine’s Day is over, and we here at Craft Gossip are on to the next holiday. Here is the first craft I have found for St. Patrick’s Day. You can find the tutorial for this adorable Pot of Gold at …

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This quick and easy paper rainbow is exactly the type of craft my girls would love to put on their dresser as a decoration in their room for St. Patrick’s Day. You can download and find out more info over …

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This is a quick and easy to assemble game that your children will definitely want to play! The goal is to get the candy in the cup so they can eat it! Visit B. Inspired, Mama for the tutorial!…

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Are you looking for an activity for those little active hands in your family? Perhaps one to do that would line right up with St. Patrick’s Day? This is a great hands on activity to teach children to match up …

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B. Inspired, Mama has a great free printable chart so you can ‘trick’ your kids into trying all different foods….most of all GREEN ones! This is the perfect little activity to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, and do something Green! What …

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These lids are fabulous. Although they are intended as a St. Patty’s Day craft, you can pretty much transform this craft into anything you want it to be. Any holiday or fun picture could be used! You can find the …
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These beards are so simple and easy, that your kids can become Leprechauns faster than you can wish on a rainbow! Head on over to We Made That for the tutorial.…
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This craft is so neat because your children can learn their color mixing, as well as the different colors of the rainbow! This project will definitely get you feeling a lit’l Irish! Head on over to Mama’s Little Muse for …

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I have seen this around the internet a ton, but thought this post had beautiful instructional pictures so I thought I’d share it with you. This is also a great project to do as a Pot of Gold at the …

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Want to inspire your child to read? Have them make a bookmark…and why not a leprechaun bookmark at that? Sweet and Lovely Crafts has an awesome project just in time for March 15th that is sure to get you in …

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Isn’t it amazing how googly eyes can so easily bring things to life? I love these little shamrock men made from toilet paper rolls. Head on over to Sweet and Lovely Crafts...what a great blog!…

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I just had to share this wreath I found over at Mom Vantage. I love the incorporation of the entire family’s pictures. What a great wreath idea!…

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No Time For Flashcards has compiled some of her favorite St. Patrick’s Day crafts. This site is one of the best for homeschooling ideas for young children, as well as getting some great printables. ┬áHead on over to get some …

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The Tiny Prints blog has a few great ways to incorporate green into your St. Patty’s Day attire, as well as perfect crafts for tweens, teens, girl scout group etc. Head on over for the easy tutorials.…

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St. Patrick's Day Craft: Rainbow Prints

St. Patrick’s Day is the perfect time to teach your children about the color spectrum and how colors are separated. Why not use this rainbow craft found on Alpha Mom…by Skip to My Lou ( one of my favorite …

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