St. Patrick’s Day art prints are a great way to make your home or office more festive during the month of March.
I don’t usually go all out for holidays other than Halloween and Christmas, but since we’re still stuck at home due to the pandemic, I have been trying to find ways to make smaller holidays special for my family. Putting a garland on the mantle or hanging a festive picture has helped put us in a festive spirit. I’ve discovered that art prints can really help with that.
As a bonus, adding a touch of lesser-celebrated holidays helps remind us of the calendar! Because let’s face it, being stuck at home makes the days, weeks, and months, all run together. (I seriously can’t believe I’ve been living like this for nearly a year.)
Etsy is becoming my go-to for fun, unique finds. I love that I can help out a small business owner, and the site allows you to search for businesses based on locality.
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I’ve put together a list of some of the St. Patrick’s Day art prints I favorited on Etsy this week. Most of them are instant downloads, making them a great last-minute St. Patrick’s Day decor idea! After purchasing, they’ll be emailed to you in a zip file, and sometimes will include 2-3 different sizes. You can print them out ASAP on your home printer or order them through a printing service.
Whether you’re looking for a quiet-time activity or a new party game, this St. Patrick’s Day I Spy Game is a fun, no-prep activity for school or home. Play alone or with a friend or two!
I’m continuing my I Spy series with one for St. Patrick’s Day! Four-leaf clovers, rainbows, pots of gold, and Leprechauns are just a few of the things you’ll be searching for in this fun, no-prep St. Patrick’s Day I Spy game, which I’m offering as a free download. This game also includes a few lucky symbols which you may or may not be familiar with, such as the duck and bamboo shoot.
If you’re feeling extra creative, you can color in the objects as you find them. You can also re-use this game by laminating it after you print it out and use dry erase markers to cross out or circle each object you find.
Have fun and good luck!
Grab your very own copy of the St. Patrick’s Day I Spy game HERE.
A thing about my printables:
This St. Patrick’s Day I Spy game is 8.5×11 inches. If you’d like to use this for yourself, feel free to download it and print a few out. But please….
This printable is for PERSONAL USE ONLY
You MAY NOT re-sell, redistribute, or claim the original as your own
If you post this on the internet, please give credit to Muddy Boots and Diamonds and link back to this specific post so others can obtain the resource.
I might have been in first or second grade when we learned how to catch a leprechaun of our very own. I can’t remember exactly how we built our traps, but I do remember we made them outside. They involved something shiny (I might have used a quarter), sticks we found on the ground, and weeds to make them look pretty. My classmates and I set them up at school but I immediately went into the backyard to make another one when I got home that day.
Leprechaun Traps seem to have come a ways since then, though I’m sure the reason to catch a Leprechaun has remained the same: the chance to find out where they keep their gold!
Whether you’re making a trap out of what you find in your back yard or a shoebox, the best part is that you can use materials you have lying around the house to make one. Today I have rounded up some Leprechaun trap ideas from other mom bloggers to help inspire your own!
Entice leprechauns with rainbows and gold coins.
How adorable is that ladder? I love how this trap by Buggy and Buddy uses reverse psychology to lure Leprechauns in!
Bait the little fellas with food. Lucky Charms seem to be a favorite!
Even if you don’t catch a Leprechaun with this sweet trap from Primary Playground, you’ll still have a yummy snack! Check out her post to learn how to make this a literary experience with a book and free St. Patrick’s Day printable!)
I’m loving the rainbow LEGO stairs on this Leprechaun trap from East Coast Mommy. I might have to try and convince my boys to make a trap using their LEGOs this year!
Try to convince a Leprechaun to move into a new home.
Crafty Moms Share made a trap disguised as an inn! The deep box might prove to be helpful in keeping the Leprechaun contained.
Did you try to catch Leprechauns when you were a kid? What kind of Leprechaun traps did you make?
I am just a couple of weeks in, but I’m already obsessed with finding new stickers and graphics for my Happy Planner. Someone pointed me in the direction of Etsy and I spent an entire night combing through stickers made by very talented people. Unfortunately, I’m not sure how much money I want to put into this planner. I’m still debating whether or not I like it — so I started combing through Pinterest for some free printables.
I noticed a lot of seasonal stickers, but one holiday was missing: St. Patrick’s Day.
I might not be huge into holidays, but I think it would be fun to dress up the pages with holiday-appropriate stickers and embellishments, so I turned my attention to finding posts about making your own planner stickers, sat down one nap time, and made my own.
They’re nothing fancy, but it will add something green and Irish-ish to my planner.
I ran out of white card stock, so these were printed out on regular copy paper. I cut them out and used a glue stick to stick them in my planner. AC Moore had a sale on decorative tape and they had a fun clover one I snatched up. Two squares were from a polka dot printable from CuteDaisy. I’ve printed out several sticker sheets from her – they’re so bright and fun! She’s created a bunch of sticker printables for both The Happy Planner and Erin Condren planners.
I’m still getting a feel for how I want to decorate my planner pages. I joined a Facebook Group and am getting some new inspiration there (I keep coming across the same pins on Pinterest, so I think I’ve tapped that out). I’m really not even used to jazzing up my planners other than random doodles as I wait while on hold whenever I have to make a phone call, so this is new to me. But I think I’m happy with how St. Patrick’s Day week turned out.
Are you a Happy Planner fanatic and looking for some St. Patrick’s Day stickers? I’m offering the set I made as a free printable!
NOTE: These were made using measurements from the Create365 Happy Planner. This printable is for personal use only. If you know someone who would enjoy this set, I would appreciate it if you would please share the LINK to this post. Thank you!