Celebrate St. Patty’s Day For Kids

March 11th, 2014

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How do you celebrate St. Patty’s Day? Green jello? Green hair? Why not start some new traditions this year? If you need a little inspiration, look no further! Here a few of my favorites to bring out the Irish in all of us. ~Jenny

Lime-Sherbet-Floats

These Lime Sherbet Floats by Home Cooking Memories are super simple to make with only two ingredients. Mason jars and pretty straws make them fun to drink!

green milk

Thoughtfully Simple shows you how to jazz up breakfast by adding green milk to their cereal.  

Irish soda bread

Try this traditional Irish specialty…Check out Abuchon’s irish soda bread, slathered in butter, with a little marmalade and Irish Cheddar. Delicious!

pot of gold

Help your little leprechaun find their own pot of gold. Find the super easy tutorial at Serving Pink Lemonade.

clover crown

Make your little one the queen or king of green by making them their own special crown of clover. Small Friendly shows you how. 

t shirt headbank

If you’re looking for something with a little more staying power, this adorable diy headband can be made with an old t-shirt. 

St. Patty's shirtsThese no sew t-shirts by Do Small Things With Love are simple to make and oh-so-cute!  

TheChic_st-pattys-huntHave a leprechaun leave a trail of footprints around the house leading to a pot of gold!  Rachel did this fun activity with her son, Jackson, last year.  Have a look hereshamrock shaped pizza

Your kids will love these Shamrock shaped pizzas by Once Upon A Cutting Board.

What are some of your favorite things to do to make St. Patrick’s Day special? Be sure to let us know!

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