St. Patrick’s Day is right around the corner! I tend to skip it because it’s right after the Valentine’s Day excitement and right before the anticipation of decorating for Easter. But this year I want to do a few easy things to make it special for my children. So after some Internet searching I found my favorite and oh-so simple St. Patrick’s Day ideas.
The Lucky Clover Craft is something sweet to do with your kids. It’s a great way to remind them of all of the things they have to be thankful and feel lucky for. Instructions can be found on the Lisa Storms blog.
Here is a fun and easy breakfast for your little ones. Who doesn’t love Lucky Charms? Read more about a lucky breakfast at Thoughtfully Simple.
Don’t these rainbow fruit skewers look delicious? Every child will want to eat one. You could also use strawberries or green grapes and maybe put a marshmallow on the end to represent a cloud. Go to Quick Dish to see these fruit skewers and some adorable rainbow pancakes.
How cute are these rainbow pots? Just put colored licorice and rolos in a mason jar. Love them. See the tutorial over at JCasa Handmade.
Easy and healthy snack from the fabulous Martha Stewart. I think any kid would give these a try with a favorite dip.
A perfect and simple garland decoration. Just buy plain green construction paper and some cute green scrapbook prints and off you go. Remember making these in elementary school? You can see more from this “Green Day” party at Hostess Blog.
Enjoy your St. Patrick’s Day and leave a comment with your favorite finds.