Arts and Crafts for Kids- St. Patrick’s Day
So I hate going out and spending money on holiday decorations when they are only up for a month, if not shorter. I went on a mission to find a craft idea I could do, and that was easy to do. I am not a patient crafter. The four leaf clover button wreath was born!
Craft Items Needed
- 2 sheets of green glitter foam sheets
- hot glue
- variety of buttons
Make a heart template from a piece of scrap paper. Trace the heart on the foam and cut out. Make them big enough to get 2 hearts per foam sheet. Glue all the tips of heats together making the tips the middle of the wreath. Place a really big button in the middle covering the tips. Then hot glue buttons all around the edges of the hearts. Becarfeful of the hot glue, I managed to burn myself in the making of this project.
Cut a hole in the wreath to thread the ribbon through. Tie together and hang. This really was a quick and easy craft project. Cooper really didn't help much other than to hand me the button but he did make a version of his own that is haning loud and proud in my living room.
If you take on this St. Patricks day craft please leave me a comment on how it went or if you changed it up a bit. Would love to hear about it.
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2 thoughts on “Arts and Crafts for Kids- St. Patrick’s Day”
This is so cute. We are doing something similar though I'll have to admit that through a combination of laziness, and cheapness on my part I have got pre-cut shamrock shapes from the 99 cents store and glitter with some large glitter shapes as well. So, not quite as tasteful as the buttons. I have decided that hot glue is just going to have to wait until everyone is older so maybe this project sould wait too. That thing is just too dangerous.
Wow this looks so cute and simple too! Thanks for sharing 🙂
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