With a treasure waiting at the end!
But first, we started with a couple of cute St. Patrick's art projects. The first one was a handprint rainbow. We got all of the colors of the rainbow and painted the kids hands each color.
Then we arced their handprints across the paper.
Then we added pots of gold for the end. They turned out super cute!
The next craft was making a leprechaun's face. I had all of the pieces cut out, they just had to assemble them.
The kids raced around the house and out in the backyard to find the next clue!
Love the handprint rainbows! So fun!ReplyDelete
This is such a fun idea to have a St. Patrick's Day Party!! Your crafts turned out soooo cute!!ReplyDelete
Hi there! I'm the editor of AllFreeKidsCrafts.com. I'd love the chance to link to this adorable craft project on my site! I would feature one photo and a link back to the tutorial on your blog. Please let me know if that would be alright with you!ReplyDelete
Emily, that would be fine. Thanks for stopping by and checking out my blog!Delete
Would you mind posting what you wrote on the treasure hunt cards?ReplyDelete
I don't remember exactly what I wrote on all of the cards. (Sorry!) they all rhymed and took the kids to different places in our house though.Delete
Can I share the link for this blog on a blog post I'm creating with a St. Patty's day roundup. We did both the handprint rainbow and the leprechaun craft from your site last year. Please let me know and I will share the link when I post if you approve.ReplyDelete
Feel free to share! Thanks!Delete
I posted my roundup today at http://www.craftymama-in-me.com/st-patricks-day-roundup/Delete