st patricks day

It’s the Luck ‘o’ the Irish this week as we celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. Here are some fun crafts for your *lucky* weekend! Make a Rainbow Connection by Make and Takes (pictured above) Green Mashed Potatoes by Red Head Recipes Kid’s Embroidery Rainbow by Filth Wizardry Leprechaun Walk Book by Let’s Explore St. Patty Party […]

I love rainbows! There, I said it. I can’t help it. They were probably one of my favorite things to draw as a kid. So with St. Patty’s Day just around the corner, I was excited to make rainbow cupcakes for the first time. As much as St. Patrick’s Day is all about the green, we […]

Those sneaky little leprechauns have hidden our gold and we’re on a hunt to find it! We made this simple black fabric sack full of “gold” and are looking for where it went. We’re hoping to find it before St. Patrick’s Day! Supplies for Sack of Gold: black fabric – 8 inch square. No need […]

We’re making more rainbows today. This is a great activity to do with the kids, helping them to see that when colors are mixed, they make something new. Supplies for Milky Rainbows: Milk or water – If you don’t feel comfortable drinking milk with food coloring, you can use milk that’s past it’s date OR […]

Make Your Own Pot of Gold

by Marie on March 7, 2009

As that lucky Pot of Gold at the end of the rainbow can be tricky to find, we decided to make our own. With just a few supplies, you’ll have a fun centerpiece filled with gold. Supplies for Pot of Gold: pot – terracotta pot, or a black pot you may already have black paint […]

Lucky Leprechaun Feet

by Marie on March 5, 2009

We’re finding little sneaky little leprechaun feet have made their way into our house, trying to find our gold! We spotted a few footprints! With a little paint and some cute little hands, you can stamp onto paper to make these fun feet! For the full tutorial, come on over to Alpha Mom’s – Once Upon […]

For this St. Patrick’s Day, we are turning GREEN. We started our morning with a delicious Green breakfast. A big glass of Green milk and yummy helping of Green Eggs, followed by some Painted Green Toast. All are made with a few drops of green food coloring. My kids ate it all up, they wanted […]

Little Leprechauns

by Marie on March 5, 2008

These fun paper ears transform your little ones into Little Leprechauns. Although, I told my son he is only allowed to be as mischievous as a leprechaun when he wears these ears! To make these ears, draw the same shape onto green paper and cut them out. Here’s a printable download for you to trace […]

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