St.Patrick’s Day is this weekend! Yay!
Irish pride will sweep across the globe on March 17th commemorating their patron Saint. Patrick.
To celebrate, Everyone dresses up in green and have lots of fun drinking beer. Well, that is ONE way to enjoy this special day. How about the food and crafts that are St. Patrick’s day special? Trademarked color green and all festive when set up? Yeah, that’s what I am talking about!
While I did not create anything new this year, I have rounded up the best St. Patrick’s day crafts and food from years past from the blog to serve you, in this post. Still popular and very much read, have a look below and see what catches your interest!
St.Patrick’s Day Crafts and Desserts Round Up
Green St.Patrick Day Desserts- Lucky Leprechaun Cereal Balls
What makes this Lucky Leprechauns special is that you can make them with just a few ingredients and in less than 30 minutes. They are great for school parties, St. Patrick’s Day gatherings, or even just an after school snack.
St.Patrick’s Day Candy Dish Craft
Here is a great craft that could also pass as an easy and inexpensive St. Patrick’s Day decoration as well at your house. This St. Patrick’s Day candy dish is made from a few dollar store supplies and it will look great in your space, on your work desk, or can even be a gift to your Preschooler’s teacher! Buying such a piece in a local gift shop could cost you big bucks you don’t want to spend. Instead, save your green and make your own craft!
Chocolate Mint Dessert Brownies Sundae
What could be a better way to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day than to enjoy some chocolate mint dessert brownies which can also pose as awesome sundaes? Making your own chocolate mint dessert brownies sundae is easy, and is even a fun recipe for kids to help you with.
Make Leprechaun Craft-St. Patrick’s Day Special!
Turn yourself into a leprechaun in just minutes when you make leprechaun craft shaped like a mustache! You can make your own leprechaun mustaches with just a few common supplies and for just pennies a piece. These would be perfect to make at children’s St. Patrick’s Day parties or classroom parties even.
So here we are. Hopefully, you can use some or all of these ideas for St.Patrick’s day crafts and desserts prep. Give that ‘green’ pop to those parties you’ve been missing! 🙂
Remember the Irish word for cheers: Sláinte!