Happy St. Paddy's Day! Looking for some quick and easy crafts to share with your kids today? The Internet has plenty of ideas to share.

When I was a kid (way back when...) all we did was cut out shamrock shapes or maybe color a rainbow. But these days this fun Irish holiday gets way more creative.

Here are some of my favorite craft ideas from around the Web. Have fun!

leprechaun trap

Lego Leprechaun trap from East Coast Mommy uses building blocks, creativity and some tempting bait to try to lure leprechauns into this homemade container. Maybe your kids will be lucky and catch a leprechaun! Doubtful, but they'll certainly have fun coming up with a plan.


Rainbow telescope from Smart School House uses a few simple items for an amazing colorful telescope that will help your kids look for the rainbow, the pot of gold, and the leprechauns!

urban leprechaun dolls

Leprechaun peg dolls from MollyMoo uses wooden spools, wooden beads and some felt to create all sorts of cute little leprechauns.

rainbow wind catcher

St. Patrick's Day wind catcher (from a paper towel tube!) from Sassy Dealz lets you fly your holiday colors!

Clover barrettes from Martha Stewart let your little one spice up your hair with a little wearin' of the green.

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