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Kick your St. Patrick’s Day Celebrations up a notch with these fun St Patrick’s Day Crafts, Food and Party Ideas!

25 Favorite St Patricks Day Crafts and Food

Why do we celebrate St. Patrick’s Day?

1,600 years ago, St. Patrick dedicated his life to proclaiming the gospel, resulting in a supposed 135,000 conversions to faith in Christ. While St. Patrick was never canonized by the Catholic Church, his efforts are definitely worth celebrating! St. Patrick’s Day is a national holiday in Ireland – schools and businesses are closed for worship and people gather with friends and family. What started as a religious holiday has become a celebration of all things Irish. Each year on March 17th, people around the world celebrate St. Patrick’s Day by having fun and wearing green – a symbol of Irish culture!

My birthday is the day after St. Patrick’s Day, and I always looked forward to this fun GREEN holiday. Because the sooner St. Patrick’s Day was over, it was time to celebrate ME! 🙂

Here are 25 fun ways to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day –


*Links to the ideas mentioned in the video above are listed below

St Patrick’s Day Crafts

25 Favorite St Patricks Day Crafts and Food

1 || I can’t even stand how adorable these St. Patrick’s Day Treat Bag Toppers are.

2 || These St. Patrick’s Day Tic Tac Labels are so darling! What a simple way to celebrate the holiday!

25 Favorite St Patricks Day Crafts and Food

3 || Split Pea SHAMROCKS. They’re the perfect Green decor! From Dana at Made.

4 || Clover Leaf Lei – mess-free paper craft to help get the kids excited about St. Patrick’s Day! From Simple As That.

25 Favorite St Patricks Day Crafts and Food

5 || Printable Pinch Proof Bracelets, from 30 Handmade Days.

6 || FREE St Patricks Day Printable Worksheets and printable decor.

25 Favorite St Patricks Day Crafts and Food

7 || Fruit Loop Rainbow, from One Artsy Mama.

8 || The Blarney Stone is a fun St. Patricks Day craft for kids that everyone is sure to LOVE!

25 Favorite St Patricks Day Crafts and Food

9 || St. Patrick’s Day Bracelet, from My 3 Monsters.

10 || Green Shamrock Slime, from Happiness is Homemade.

 

St Patrick’s Day Food

25 Favorite St Patricks Day Crafts and Food

11 || Here is a super simple St. Patrick’s Day drink that your kids are going to LOVE- Shamrock Floats!!!

12 || These rainbow treat bags are the cutest gifts for St. Patricks Day!

25 Favorite St Patricks Day Crafts and Food

13 || A beautiful, 7-layer rainbow smoothie! From The First Year.

14 || Rainbow Cookies, from Pint Sized Baker.

25 Favorite St Patricks Day Crafts and Food

15 || Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with Lucky Charm Popcorn, a treat the whole family will love! From Giggles Galore.

16 || Lucky Charms Treats, from Sweet C’s Designs.

25 Favorite St Patricks Day Crafts and Food

17 || Here is a fun St. Patrick’s Day Parfait Recipe your kids will surely LOVE!

18 || Shamrock Lime Sherbet Punch, from A Crafted Sparrow.

25 Favorite St Patricks Day Crafts and Food

19 || Lucky Leprechaun Bento Lunch, from Kitchen Fun with My Three Sons.

20 || White Chocolate Rainbow Bars from Trix cereal, from The 36th Avenue.

St Patrick’s Day Party Ideas

25 Favorite St Patricks Day Crafts and Food

21 || Lucky Charm Bubblegum Necklace, from Bloom Designs.

22 || St. Patrick’s Day Party + Printables, from I Heart Naptime.

23 || St. Patrick’s Day Garland, a fun family night activity!

25 Favorite St Patricks Day Crafts and Food

24 || This Roll A Leprechaun Dice Activity can’t get any easier to prepare and play!

25 || Roll A Rainbow, from Over the Big Moon.

Happy St. Patrick’s Day Everyone!

Here are a few more St. Patrick’s Day Ideas we think you’ll enjoy – 

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Kick your St. Patrick's Day Celebrations up a notch with these fun St Patrick's Day Crafts, Food and Party Ideas!
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