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7 St. Patricks Day Crafts (+Linky To Get Featured)

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Spring is on its way! We know it doesn’t feel like it for many of you who are still buried in snow, but it really is coming. We promise! With spring comes St. Patrick’s Day. We are so ready for the warm weather, we are already looking for the perfect green shirt and dreaming of rainbows (and the pot of gold sitting at the end of them).

It seems we aren’t alone – there were a lot of great St. Patrick’s Day crafts in last week’s linky that we loved. Here are a few of our favorites.

7 St. Patrick's Day crafts to add a bit of luck to your world. From bracelets and shirts to edible gifts and kid crafts, find your four leaf clover and rainbow craft inspiration here.

7 St. Patrick’s Day Crafts

  1. Palmettos & Pigtails: DIY St. Patrick’s Day T-Shirt
  2. Kid Things: Pot O’ Gold at the End of the Rainbow Craft
  3. A Grande Life: How To Catch A Leprechaun
  4. Glitter ‘N’ Spice: Rainbow In A Jar With Free Printables
  5. One Mama’s Daily Drama: Rainbow Friendship Bracelets
  6. Made With Happy: Edible Rainbow Crayons
  7. Dear Creatives: Mixed Media St.Patrick’s Day Spring Painting Project

7 easy to make St Patricks Day crafts to wear, eat,  create with your kids, or use in your holiday home decor.

THE SITS GIRLS DIY CRAFT AND RECIPE LINK UP

Do you have a fun craft, recipe, or another Pin-teresting post that you want to share? Use the below Linky to get featured! We’ll be sharing our favorite posts in the coming week across our social media channels, on the blog, and in our newsletter.


About Tracie Nall

Tracie lives in Arizona with her husband, teen daughter, and more books than her shelves will hold. She spends her days writing and editing. Many of her words end up on her blog, From Tracie. Find Tracie on Twitter @FromTracie and on Instagram where she takes pictures of things that are yellow.

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