St. Patty’s Day Art

By | February 18, 2013
St. Patty’s Day Art


I have really been trying to think of some fun crafts that both my girls could enjoy, instead of just ones for my oldest or just ones for my youngest.  So for St. Patty’s Day I thought they would both like to make a great St. Patty’s Day Art picture so I designed this template for us.

This was really just a fun project for my oldest, but for my little one we got to work on her colors.  She helped sort all the fruit loops in to colors to make her rainbow.  My oldest and I both had to help her a little but it was good practice for her.

Since the hardest thing for my little was was sorting the colors we started with that, while my oldest started coloring first.  You don’t really need to follow my directions below for this one, you can make this picture in any order you want.  Really if you want you cold just print it out and use it as a coloring page too.  I thought it would be more fun with all the different textures but it does not need them.

Supplies

St.Patty’s Day Art Template
Fruit Loops
Black Marker
Gold Glitter Glue
Cotton Balls

Directions

  Sort your fruit loops in to colors then glue them on to make your rainbow
Color your pot black
Glue on your cotton balls to make your cloud.
 Use your Gold Glitter Glue for the Gold in your Pot
Now you have a great piece of art for St. Patty’s Day to hang on the wall!

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27 thoughts on “St. Patty’s Day Art

  1. Jessica @ A Humble Creation

    How cute! We may give this one a try, although I don’t know if the fruit loops will actually make it to the paper, since that’s a treat my kids don’t usually get to eat!

    Thanks for sharing at A New Creation!

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  2. RedTedArt

    LOve the last photo and how happy your little one is. Rainbows are just great crafts for kids.

    Thank you for sharing on Kids Get Crafty!

    Maggy

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  3. tumbleweed-contessa

    This is the cutest idea. And the cutest little girls too. Thanks for sharing your idea on Tumbleweed Contessa’s What’d You Do This Weekend party. Hope you will come back next Monday.

    Linda

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  4. mail4rosey

    We just did a Fruit Loops craft too. I hadn’t thought to do a rainbow (we did necklaces for 100 days of school). This is neat. :)

    I’m visitnig today from Thursday’s Favorite Things.

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  5. Carrie

    Oh, how fun! I love using the template for it. Thank you for sharing at Sharing Saturday!

    Reply
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