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Just thought I'd get a jump on here to get everyone started with sharing St. Patrick's Day crafts & ideas. The photo's below are ideas I've found online - personally, I'm still working on getting all my valentine stuff down & pulling out the St. Patrick's stash and working on new crafts as I go, so I may have more to add later. Enjoy!!!
by bjarrettMarch 14, 2009 at 1:51 PM
We are going to color epsom salt green with food coloring and pass it out.
by MLM247January 31, 2010 at 9:07 PM
My husband comes from an Irish heritage. One great idea is a nightshirt that says (in green of course), "Kiss me, I'm Irish". You could make it yourself of decorate a humungous Tshirt with fabric paint. I would never give anyone food coloured with green food colouring, so how about an Irish stew made with guiness or stout and some Irish soda bread. Irish pubs usually make something along these lines and it is really easy. The alcohol evaporates as it cooks so it is suitable for children. This would make a fine picnic at sunset. Green picnic cloth and so forth. Then you could have some other birthday cake at home afterwards or little cupcakes with candles. Take lots of photos and straight away email his parents or post the photos on facebook. Abracadabra, you're a hero.
by combsterMarch 11, 2010 at 4:22 PM
Love the rainbow with tissue paper super cute