St. Patricks's Day Crafts!!


Lucky Footprint 4 Leaf Clover

Have you seen the Handprint 4 Leaf Clover we made? We decided to make a footprint four leaf clover craft too! It’s a fun St Patrick’s Day craft that also make a cute keepsake. Preschool and kindergarten aged children might enjoy learning about lucky charms and what they mean.



  • green cardstock or construction paper

  • green paint

  • paintbrush

  • scissors

  • tape or glue


How to make a Footprint 4 leaf Clover:


Using my baby’s tiny feet, I made 4 green footprints on a lighter green scrapbook paper. I cut heart shapes around each footprint and taped the pointed ends to a stem (short strip of the green paper).

Paper Plate Leprechaun Craft For Kids


If you have any extra paper plates, consider making a leprechaun paper plate craft with one! It is very easy to make and the kids love to play with him afterwards.



  • white paper plate

  • orange paint

  • a black sharpie

  • scissors

  • glue

  • green/black/yellow construction paper.


Start by turning a white paper plate upside-down. Paint the outside of the plate orange. After it dries, take a scissors and cut slits all around the orange part. This is going to be the Leprechaun’s beard!


Make a hat out of green, black, and yellow construction paper and glue it to the top of the paper plate. Add eyes, a nose, and a smile with black sharpie. There you have a cute little leprechaun for St. Patrick’s Day!