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Green crafts for St. Patty's Day
Go for the green this St. Patrick's Day with these lucky eco-crafts.
Thu, Mar 04, 2010 at 02:00 PM
This adorable handprint rainbow is as fun to make as it is to give and it's perfect for kids of all ages.
What better way to celebrate St. Patrick's then with this eco-savvy leprechaun? Just gather up your recyclables and bring this little guy to life.
Clay pot leprechaun:
Speaking of leprechauns, this cute little guy with floppy legs and bright orange beard will look great hanging out on your table or shelf.
Want to chase some rainbows? Try your luck with these rainbow mobiles that are so fun to make, you may end up making more than just one!
Paper bag leprechaun:
Here's another leprechaun for those who just can't get enough. This paper bag version is perfect for puppet shows.
Older kids (and their parents) will appreciate this sophisticated craft. Celebrate St. Patrick's Day by making a Brigid's cross
, a craft honoring one of Ireland's patron saints.
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