Today I found a very cute website called http://www.meetthedubiens.com. On their blog, they had a wonderful list of fun activities for St. Patrick’s Day for the kids. Here are a few of my favorites
Green Eggs and Ham:
What you’ll need:
orange paint, peach paint, paint brush, paper, green and black craft foam, scissors, glue, yellow button, sharpie
1. paint your child’s fingers (excluding the thumb) orange and paint their palm peach. Stamp on the paper. Paint just the top of their palm orange for some hair. Allow to dry. 2. cut a hat out of the green craft foam and a stripe for the hat out of the black foam. 3. have your kids glue the hat and stripe on their little leprechaun. Glue a yellow button on the hat. 4. using a sharpie, draw on his adorable little face.
Lucky Handprint Four Leaf Clover:
What you’ll need:
green paint, paper, paint brush, (optional – glitter and glue)
1. paint your child’s palm green and have them stamp their hand, fingers pointing in and together, 4 times to resemble a shamrock. 2. paint on a green stem and allow to dry. 3. optinally, paint on some glue and sprinkle on some glitter for a really cool look.
-Lephrechaun sandwich – chicken sandwich cut into circle – green apple cut into hat shape with a yellow sprinkle – icing eyes and food marker smile - matchstick carrot beard and hair
-Vanilla yogurt with a rainbow belt, rainbow covered sunflower seeds and a pot o’ gold (banana coins).
I am so glad I stumbled across the Dubiens’ website today! These foods and crafts for St. Patrick’s day will help add some excitement to the special day! PINK Newborn Services would be absolutely THRILLED if you would post pictures of any of these crafts or foods you decide to make with your little ones on St. Patrick’s Day! We will also share them with the Dubiens’ and thank them for their inspiration! Enjoy!