Are you in search of easy St. Patrick’s Day crafts? You’re in luck! This post is all about kids St. Patrick’s day crafts!
Are you looking for kids St. Patrick’s day crafts to make with your kids this St. Patrick’s Day? I’ve got you! I really enjoy making crafts with my kids! So I am always looking for an opportunity to make crafts together. And Holidays crafts are always so fun and when I see an opportunity, I take it haha! So I put together these pinch-proof accessories that we can make together as a family but also can be worn to school or wherever to avoid getting pinched. (you can also check out these St. Patrick’s day treat bags we made)
So if you are interested in a craft you can do with your kids but also double as accessories they can wear to school to be pinch-proof, make sure to download the free printable below. I have also included instructions on how we put them together.
These pinch-proof St. Patrick’s Day accessories are perfect St. Patrick Day crafts for preschoolers or any child, or adult of any age!
This post is all about kids St. Patrick’s day crafts.
kids St. Patrick’s day Crafts | pinch-proof accessories
List of Supplies
You can find all the supplies at the dollar store.
- Pinch-Proof Labels
- Green or gold bead necklace/s (or key chain)
- Cardboard (you can use a cereal box or any cardboard you have lying around or any other thick paper such as card stock)
- 1-hole puncher
Start by printing 2 sets of labels on 8×15 paper. Then cut a cardboard size 8×15. Once this is ready, start to glue one of the labels sheets directly onto the cardboard you just cut. Once glued, cut out each label. (or you can print labels on sticker paper and instead of using glue)
Then cut the second sheet of labels without gluing it onto the cardboard. Once cut, glue each individual label to the other side of the labels you glued to the cardboard earlier. So you should end up with two separate images glued to either side of the cardboard, making it double-sided.
Last, hole punch one hole through the top of the labels/cardboard. Then put the beads through the hole. And that’s it!
Tip: If you want to make the key chain instead, follow the same steps above except put the key chain through the hole instead of the beaded necklace. You can also print the labels directly on sticker paper and just use them as stickers.
kids St. Patrick’s day crafts | free printable
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