Catholic Saint Patrick’s Day Crafts For Kids

This St. Patrick’s day, don’t get completely caught up in pots of gold and leprechauns- try some of these St. Patrick’s day crafts that celebrate Saint Patrick himself! 🙂 This is a great way to get Catholic kids involved with living the liturgical year, and a great opportunity to teach them about the Trinity! So let’s look at these Catholic St. Patrick’s day crafts for kids.

I have a printable St. Patrick and St. Brigid craft

that is super fun and easy for Catholic kids!

This easy shamrock rosary craft is perfect for celebrating!

Kids will love this St. Patrick paper bag puppet craft!

I love this St. Patrick breastplate craft and the whole celebration at Sweet Little Ones!

 

For older kids, try making duct tape shamrocks! So fun!

Love these spoon saints from Cottage Blessings!
click here to see directions for making spoon saints 🙂
 
This printable Trinity shamrock craft is perfect for St. Patrick’s day!
 
Check out this St. Patrick miter craft from Sara J Creations
 
You can also check out this free how to draw the Trinity video AND coloring page!
 
Love this simple craft from Go East They Said using a picture
of St. Patrick! You could print one or use a holy card.
 
And here’s a slightly more involved shamrock Trinity craft.
 
This Trinity lacing craft is perfect for preschoolers this St. Patrick’s day.
 
These super easy pipe cleaner shamrocks are also a fun craft!

You can find all of my posts about St. Patrick’s day for Catholic kids here!

Also, you don’t want to miss my picture book about the Trinity for kids.

Comments

  1. Amazing_Grace says

    Oh, I love these ideas for St. Patrick's Day! 🙂

  2. Love it! Very cute ideas.

  3. Thank you! I thought the cookies turned out cute too. 🙂

    The green vestments we used for the St. Patrick "costume" are from Our Father's House. We have a couple sets of their vestments and my boys have gotten so much use out of them!

  4. WOW! Now I have to decide which one(s) we'll try! Thanks for getting all this info in one place!

  5. Love all your St.Patrick's Day crafts. I can't wait to work on some of them this week!

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