These ideas will double as decor come March 17.
If you're looking for some festive St. Patrick’s Day crafts to make this march, then you're in luck! The internet is filled with cute, green, easy crafts, and Woman’s Day has collected the best of the best for you to try with your kids. Whether you want something with unconventional materials, something ultra creative (and maybe a bit messy!) or something that’s quick to prepare and easy to clean up, we have a craft that will perfectly suit your St. Patrick’s Day mood.
Prepare yourself for every shade of green, an array of rainbows made of every material imaginable, and the cutest little leprechauns. Maybe it's the luck of the Irish, or maybe we've just found the most adorable projects out there — but either way, you've just struck gold. Your kids (and you!) will have a great time trying out these new St. Patrick’s Day crafting projects, and we’re sure the end results will be deserving of the biggest pot of gold.
Cristina: While a lot will criticize this as a "socialist" type thing, keep in mind that this is an unprecedented time where a very massive amount of the country's population is unable to work due to the corona virus and social distancing being required all over. Even a week without work can cripple a lot of people... and some people are looking at multiple weeks without being unable to work now. For me, it's been announced my place of work will be closed for three weeks. I have other means of income but I can only imagine what other people are going through. I hate hardline socialism in general but this is definitely more in line with just helping people get through an extraordinarily rough time. The 1000$ may seem like change for some people- but for those who live paycheck to paycheck it can be a true life saver right now.