Celebrating St. Patty’s

Looking for a way to add a little Irish in your life?  Anxious to avoid the pinching, but not really interested in turning your milk and toilet water green? It’s your lucky day.  Here are 4 simple, family-friendly ways to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day.

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Meaningful Mama shows us how to make these adorable shamrocks with only paper and a staples.  I’d string mine together to create a perfectly lucky garland for the fireplace mantle.

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Take the mustache craze one step further with a full-fledged leprechaun beard, as shown on No Time For Flash Cards.  There is a little man in this household chomping at the bit for that orange hairy goodness.

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Also at No Time For Flash Cards you’ll find this perfectly delectable Marshmallow Rainbow.  This is definitely a one-on-the-paper, one-in-the-mouth, type of project.  My favorite kind.

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And while we’re combining crafting with eating, head on over to Saving Said Simply, to make this festive leprechaun hat that doubles as a popcorn holder.  Genius.  Movie night just got St. Patri-fied.

Happy crafting.  And kissing….we’re all a little Irish on March 17th, aren’t we?!?

 

**How will you be spending your St. Patrick’s Day?**

 

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