Free St. Patrick’s Day Printables and Ideas

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Published Date: 03/11/2022
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St. Patrick’s Day is right around the corner. Our family is not Irish at all (except for my first cousin who recently found out she’s 4% Irish). Even so, we absolutely love everything about St. Patrick’s Day and have always celebrated it with our daughters in a variety of ways. Whether it’s fun recipes or craft ideas, it’s become one of our favorite days over the last 16 years. 

Even though our new web design breaks everything down by holiday (shout out to Marc Hyde Creative), I wanted to put all of our St. Patrick’s Day printables and ideas into one post, for your convenience. Don’t forget to save it, bookmark it, and pin it so you know where to go next year!

Let’s talk about St. Patrick’s Day. According to Wikipedia, The day commemorates Saint Patrick and the arrival of Christianity in Ireland, and celebrates the heritage and culture of the Irish in general. Celebrations generally involve public parades and festivals, céilís, and the wearing of green attire or shamrocks.

St. Patrick’s Day Printables and Ideas

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St. Patrick’s Day Leprechaun Bait Printable

We have an adorable St. Patrick’s Day gift idea for your kids! You only need 5 supplies (3-4 of which you probably already have in your home) and I’m even sharing a FREE PRINTABLE for you, so it’s even less work (see below)! Hurray for convenience! This idea is so simple and your kids will love to help you put them together. Printable and full tutorial here.

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Pot of Gold at the End of the Rainbow Printable

When we think of St. Patrick’s Day, we think of leprechauns and the giant pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. The girls love to create little treats for their friends at school and this year we thought it would be fun to focus on those things and create the cutest little St. Patrick’s Day gift. They can be given out to classmates, co-workers, or even teachers! Free printable and tutorial here.

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Leprechaun Paper Bag Printable Template

Since our superhero paper bag craft was so popular (I seriously can’t believe it was downloaded hundreds of times this year), I thought it would be fun to create one for St. Patricks Day. Of course, my schedule got super hectic (as it tends to do) and I didn’t have time. I asked my 16-year-old daughter to do it for me. I have to say, she did a phenomenal job on this leprechaun paper bag craft and I know you guys are going to LOVE it! Printable and full tutorial here.

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Leprechaun Trap Printable

Ready for another St. Patrick’s Day craft?! I recently had a number of people asking us to create a leprechaun trap. While there are so many intricate options that could take hours to put together, I wanted to provide a quick and easy alternative for us Moms that don’t always have lots of time to devote to crafts. If this sounds like you, this leprechaun trap is perfect! Free printable and full tutorial here.

What do you think of our St. Patrick’s Day printables? What do you want to see for next St. Paddy’s Day? Tell us below! We are always looking for new, easy and fun ideas for our readers. We’d love to hear from you.

Don’t forget to check out our St. Patrick’s Day recipes as well. 

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  1. The little gold coins with rainbow M&Ms is such a cute treat idea. I’m definitely making those this year!

  2. You seem so prepared for the holidays! Thank you so much for these printables – they are so fun to do with the kids.

  3. I say they look so cool! At quick glance, you might even say they look like DVD movie packs!

  4. My family loves to make St. Patrick’s Day Crafts, so thank you so much for the printable. We also enjoy watching Irish Stepdancers

  5. My family is not Irish either but we love to make crafts for St. Patrick’s day. It’s always fun with the kids

  6. So many cute and creative ideas! Thanks for all the printables. I’m sure my kids would love these.

  7. These are so great! It’s always fun to celebrate St. Patty’s Day…such a cute way to spread the cheer 🙂

  8. Your St. Patrick’s Day printables are so cute! I’m looking forward to when my granddaughter is old enough to enjoy things like this.

  9. Thank you for the cute printable ideas. I will do some art with my nieces for St. Patrick’s Day. I am sure that my nieces will love this.

  10. So cute, love all of these fun ideas for St Patrick’s Day! A great way to get the kids excited for it.

  11. You have such fun printable ideas. I have enjoyed seeing your St. Patricks Day printable ideas.

  12. These are all super cute ideas. I’ve always loved doing extra special things for and with the kids on holidays.

  13. These are so cool!!! I love these printables, they’re awesome! I love the Leprechaun Paper Bag, super awesome…

  14. These are really fun ideas! We dont celebrate St Patricks here but I’m sure a lot of people will really like these!

  15. I love the DIY stuff here. I hope people will find your tips useful in celebrating St. Patrick’s Day.

  16. I wish we could celebrate St. Patrck’s Day in the Philippines. That would mean no work and it’s gonna be eating as a way to celebrate.

  17. Celebrating St. Patrick’s Day must be exciting and fun. Some families are preparing for this big event weeks ahead of the celebration.

  18. We don’t usually celebrate St. Patrick’s day, but at my grandson’s school, they do. So I am saving these printables and make some treats that my grandson can share with his classmates! 🙂