Project Pinterest – St Patrick’s Day

It’s time for a roundup of some of my favorite Pinterest finds over this past week. With St Patrick’s Day approaching this weekend, I’ve been seeing so many pins for yummy eats, fun crafts & more for St Patty’s Day, so I thought I’d share some of the highlights that I found! I’d love to hear the fun ideas that you’ve found on Pinterest for St Patrick’s Day or if you have any cute ideas!

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Free St Patrick’s Day printables for parties & more – from Living Locurto

If you’ve never checked out the Living Locurto website, you definitely need to head over there as it’s one of my favorite sites for super cute printables & party ideas! They have some adorable, colorful St Patty’s Day printables for cupcake toppers, signs, party favor bags (these could be fun to bring to your child’s class) & more!

Shamrock Ice Cream Jello – from Creative Food

This is a pretty simple but fun idea to do with your kids on St Patrick’s Day! Wish I had shamrock cookie cutters – it turned out so cute!

Irish Cream Trifle (or Irish Cream Push Pops) – from Hoosier Homemade

Doesn’t this just look amazing – I’ve been drooling over this picture while I work tonight! I love anything mint, so I’m all over all these St Patty’s Day mint desserts! Even though this dessert looks so fancy, it actually looks pretty easy to make – brownies, pudding, cool whip & some special minty ingredients!

Homemade Shamrock Shake - from Saving Cents with Sense

4 simple ingredients to make this favorite McD’s March treat right at home. This is one I’m hoping to make this week with my girls as we all love the mint-flavored milkshakes!

Cinnamon Shamrock - from Rhodes Bake ‘N Serve Rolls

You may have quite a few Rhodes cinnamon rolls if you’re a couponer as we can often find these on a great sale & we stock up! This is a fun, easy breakfast on St Patty’s Day for your family!

Handprint Leprechaun - from Meet the Dubiens

I’m a sucker for handprint crafts, so I love this St Patty’s Day handprint craft. Do these each year to see how their leprechauns grow! :)

You’re my Pot of Gold at the end of the Rainbow – by It Is What it Is

These would make fun little gifts for your kiddos or for them to give to their friends! You can also use rainbow twizzlers, too.

What are your favorite St Patrick’s Day ideas – recipes, crafts, decor & more? 


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  1. Johanna says

    This looks delicious. Thanks a bunch for sharing this with all of us you really know what you’re talking about! Bookmarked.

  2. Cindy says

    I must admit I wasn’t fair about pintrest – I haven’t checked it yet!

    But with all those people bringing this cool stuff I think I will do it!