Spring brings warmer weather, more time outdoors, and plenty of colorful spring crafts.
With St. Patrick’s Day in March, it is the perfect time for all things green and rainbow. Think: 4-leaf clovers, shamrocks, and rainbows with pots of gold.
When it comes to kids crafts, these shamrock suncatchers for St. Patrick’s Day look pretty in the window.
You may also want to check out these colorful rainbow crafts.
These fun sun catchers would be fun to make with your child this March.
You’re child will also like building a Leprechaun trap. It’s the perfect STEM activity this time of year.
Rainbow Shamrock — If your child can use a marker, then they can create these beautiful suncatchers. Getting to spray water while crafting makes it even more fun!
St. Patrick’s Day Window Decoration — Shredded paper, glitter, and giggles…Clear contact paper makes this a super simple craft for toddlers and preschoolers.
Suncatcher with Real Clovers — This fun St. Patrick’s Day craft uses real clovers and sequins to make a unique decoration.
Paper Plate Suncatcher — Paper plates are perfect when crafting with little ones. This simple sun catcher would be perfect for crafting with several little ones.
Stained Glass Shamrock — The black paper used in this craft makes the color pop and gives it the feeling of stained glass.
Crayon & Wax Paper Clovers — Use those broken crayons to create these pretty clover sun catchers. You could even string them together to make a mobile.
Tissue Paper Shamrock Sun Catcher — The patchwork look of ripped up tissue paper gives this craft a fun look.
Coffee Filter Shamrock — These are simple to make and look pretty in the window.
Rainbow Colored Tissue Paper Shamrock — This St. Patrick’s Day suncatcher turns out so beautiful! And I love that it’s simple enough for toddlers and preschoolers to do alongside older siblings.
These colorful shamrock suncatchers are perfect to make with kids this March.
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