Luck of the Irish! 7 things your family can do to celebrate St Patrick’s Day

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If you’re at a bit of a loss as to how to whoop it up at your place on St Patrick’s Day then fear not, because we have answers!

We’ve gathered together a bunch of the simplest, cutest and very best St Patrick’s Day recipes and craft activities for families. These are cute to look at, fun to make and some of them are delicious to eat as well. The trickiest thing is deciding which one to try first with your gang!

7 ace things your family can do to celebrate St Patrick’s Day

1. Make a Shamrock Man

This fellow is not only delightful, he’s very easy to make. Just a few simple craft supplies plus a bit of crafty know-how and you’ve got a very cute toy or artwork for the fridge door. Find this project at The Resourceful Mama.

2. St Pancakes Day

Make a delightful stack of lucky green pancakes with this excellently celebratory recipe from Crafty Morning.

3. St Patrick’s Day Unicorn

This gorgeous unicorn is lots of fun to make and has just enough St Patrick’s Day factored in to make it of the season! Find the how-to at Non Toy Gifts.

4. Make leprechaun hats!

These cheeky hats keep cardboard rolls out of the recycling bin, thanks to a nifty coat of paint and some clever accessorising. Find the how-to at The Resourceful Mama.

5. DIY a bunch of lucky four leaf clovers

These are sure to brighten up the breakfast table or fancy up your St Patrick’s Day party. The how-to is over at DIY Inspired.

6. St Patrick’s Day cupcakes

How cute are these simple shamrock cupcakes?! Grab the recipe over at Creations by Kara.

7. Whip up some shamrock pretzels

St Patricks Day family activities

Of course you want to snack on delicious-looking green shamrock pretzels. Grab this festive recipe over at Fred Meyer.


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