Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with these St. Patrick’s Day Crafts and Recipes!
March has arrived and that means spring is right around the corner, right? Even if it’s still freezing in Texas, I’m starting to feel lucky knowing that St. Patrick’s Day is coming. While I do have some Irish ancestors (that passed along some freckles and a bit of red in my hair), I’m pretty sure that everyone is Irish on St. Patrick’s Day.
I love low-key holidays that are all about having fun. Celebrate the luck of the Irish with these St. Patrick’s Day crafts and recipes!
I’m not a painter, but this Shamrock painting is easy enough for anyone to make! The green and gold make it perfect for St. Patrick’s Day.
Don’t be sad Girl Scout Cookie season is over! Get Lucky this St. Patrick’s Day with a homemade Mint Chocolate Shamrock Shake.
Keep your ears warm with this free knit Braided Cable Headband pattern!
Don’t worry about finding a leprechaun! You can create your own Pot of Gold at the end of the Rainbow with pool noodles and balloons.
Crocheting clovers has become my longest running St. Patrick’s Day tradition. I make clovers for family and friends as a pinch-proof present. I also string them up to make Shamrock Garlands! Make your own with this FREE Crochet Clover Pattern.
Find a penny pick it up and all day long you’ll have good luck! Get lucky this St. Patrick’s Day with Lucky Penny printables, crafts, and a lucky wreath.
Want the perfect dessert for St. Patrick’s Day? Try this Whiskey Cake topped with toffee sauce, chocolate sauce, spiced walnuts, and fresh whipped cream – YUM!
Wish everyone luck who stops by your house! Create a cozy St. Patrick’s Day wreath with finger knitting and crochet clovers.
Go large scale with your St. Patrick’s Day crocheting with this Large Crochet Clover FREE Pattern! Makes a fun hot pad or place a vase of flowers on it.
Food doesn’t have to be green to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day! See how easy it is to make scones into an edible clover for St. Patrick’s Day.
Want even more St. Patrick’s Day crafts and recipes? Check out my St. Patrick’s Day board on Pinterest!