Looking for some St. Patrick's Day fun? I found lots of great crafts this year to celebrate the occasion. From a leprechaun disguise to a pot-of-gold treasure hunt, there is something for all of your favorite leprechauns!


Little leprechaun. This little printable beard is a ridiculously cute addition to your child's St. Patty's Day dress-up gear. Just print it out, add a little color and tie it on with a string.  Voilà, instant leprechaun!





Kissed Blarney stone. If your kids are like mine, they probably don't necessarily need the gift of gab that comes with the kissing of the Blarney Stone. On the contrary, my girls are never at a loss for words. But at least making this cute kissable stone will give them a fun tradition to talk about.


St. Patty's Day treasure hunt. Let your kids find their own pot of gold with this St. Patrick's Day treasure hunt. The link offers a few clue ideas, or you can create your own and send your kids far and wide in their search for treasure.


Wee leprechaun. Recycle an empty toilet paper tube into this cute little St. Patrick's Day craft. Add a little paint, pipe cleaners, and a decorative button and your wee one's wee leprechaun will easily take shape.

Rainbow mobiles. My girls love to decorate and these rainbow mobiles certainly make for a festive St. Patrick's Day atmosphere. Even better — they're super easy to make, so we'll have more time to spend making (and eating) Irish Soda Bread and other St. Patty's Day goodies.

Want more ideas? I've got another great list of St. Patrick's Day crafts here as well as a fun list of books to mark the occasion. 


What is your favorite St. Patrick's Day tradition?


5 fun crafts for St. Patrick's Day
From leprechaun disguises to treasure hunts, there's something for all of your favorite leprechauns to do this St. Patrick's Day.