I’m having fun looking through all the St Patricks Day crafts that you’ve all linked up at the St. Patrick’s Day Linkup! I still can’t believe that I haven’t ever made anything for St. Patrick’s Day before this year. I was seriously missing out! I want to know—who decorates for St. Patrick’s Day? Do you not decorate but make St. Patrick’s day treats? Tell me some of your St. Patrick’s Day traditions.
Here are some of my favorites from the linkup for this week:
I did something similar in an apothecary jar but it didn’t turn out nearly as cute! These are just adorable. Via Uncommon Designs
This tulle wreath is so well done. Full and fluffy and green, totally screams St. Patrick’s Day! Via A Night Owl
I know lots of you don’t really go all out for St. Patrick’s Day (this is the first year I’ve even decorated at all and I love it!) so these shamrock rainbow magnets are a great quick decoration that you can change out with each holiday! Via The Ever Budding Bear
I love mint. I wanna eat mint right now. I don’t drink coffee, but if I did, I would totally be adding this peppermint coffee creamer! Via One Krieger Chick
Yarn wreaths are so fun to make and this rainbow one is just so perfect for a Rainbow holiday! Via Crafts n Coffee
Do you have a St. Patrick’s Day party to provide treats for? Everyone will be so impressed if you add these cute little printables on top! Via Creations by Kara
Another fun paper craft were these easy shamrocks turned into a banner–make one with your kids! Via Bless This Mess
This is a great craft that anyone can do for any holiday–make canvas art! Via The Turquoise Piano
I have yet to make cake pops (gasp!) but if I were to make some, I’d wanna try these. Rainbow! Via Crafting in the Rain
Are you feeling inspired to go make something for St. Patrick’s Day? Do you wanna try something new? What are you going to do for St. Patrick’s Day?
I finally made something for St. Patricks’. Kids will have fun making this Split-Pea Shamrock, don’t you think?Pin It