Shamrock crafts are a staple for St. Patrick’s Day and we have plenty to choose from today.
We have a little something for every age group, from the little crafters, to the older kids.
So get out your glue sticks and construction paper, and get crafting!
17 Shamrock Crafts for Kids
Did you know you could make a clover stamp from a green pepper? It’s so easy! via Kids Activities Blog
Cut and staple strips of green construction paper to form this four leaf clover craft. via Meaningful Mama
This glitter shamrock craft is a great activity for younger kids. Glue, glitter, and a shamrock outline is all you need! via Housing a Forest
Make your own spin art shamrocks using a salad spinner. via Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas
These gorgeous suncatchers are made from contact paper and tissue paper and look so pretty hung on a window! via ABC Creative Learning
Press your baby’s feet into a little washable green paint and then press onto green construction paper hearts before assembling them into a clover pattern. via Fun Handprint and Footprint Art
Make jeweled heart shamrocks with this fun craft! via Housing a Forest
Help your kids make a shamrock applique shirt to wear. No one wants to get pinched on St. Patty’s day! via Buggy and Buddy
Just glue three regular heart cookie cutters together and you have a clover stamp! via Blog Me Mom
Create cute little shamrock notes to put in your child’s lunch box. via The Pink Doormat
Make these pretend leprechaun footprints with the sides of your hands dipped in a little green paint. via B-Inspired Mama
Use contact paper and any green items that will stick to it to make a shamrock collage. Try string, paper, buttons, etc. via Play Dr. Mom
Perfect for learning about colors, use blue and yellow paint to mix together and make green paint for a shamrock. via Momma Doo
Print these blank shamrocks to paint green for this activity that goes along with the book If Only I Had A Green Nose. via Kids Activities Blog
The easiest tool for crafting is your hands! Just dip them in green paint, press onto paper four times to make a four leaf clover. via Fun Home Things
Make a shamrock collage using anything green! Try pom poms, felt and tissue paper. via No Time For Flash Cards
Taping together three leftover wine corks makes the perfect shamrock stamp! via Crafty Morning
More St. Patrick’s Day Activities/Food
Put a festive twist on classic cinnamon rolls with this fun recipe! Get creative and print out this FREE paper St. Patrick’s doll to decorate. Try something healthy with this Shamrock Eggs recipe! Or see how you can brighten up your child’s day with these 25 Rainbow Foods for Kids.
Leave a comment: How is your family planning on spending St. Patrick’s Day this year?