It’s time to celebrate leprechauns, rainbows, Irish heritage, the color green, and all the other fun stuff that comes along with St. Patrick’s Day.
Not sure where to start? Try some of these adorable St. Patrick’s Day printables! They’re all free, easy to use, and lots of fun for you and the kids.
You’ll find treat toppers, games for the family, home decor and more in our quick list.
Cute St. Patrick’s Day Printables – Cards, Games, Decor & More!
1. Lucky Penny Cards
Make someone feel extra lucky with one of these lucky penny cards. It’s sure to brighten their day.
Hand them out on the street, at the grocery store, at school, etc. It’ll be fun seeing all those smiles!
From See Vanessa Craft
2. Kindness Clovers
Random acts of kindness always make us smile.
Send your St. Patrick’s Day handing out these kindness clovers to everyone you see.
From Artsy Momma
3. Leprechaun Masks
Let your kids have some fun dressing up as leprechauns! These printable leprechaun masks make it so easy.
From Crafting Chicks
St. Patrick’s Day Printables – Treat Toppers
4. Rainbow Skittles Treat Toppers
Layer Rolos, Skittles, and marshmallows to make these gorgeous and colorful Rainbow Skittles Treat Bags.
What a great idea for a party or classroom treat!
From Cincy Shopper
5. One Lucky Kid Printable Treat Toppers
Fill a baggie with Lucky Charms cereal (or just the marshmallows), and add these adorable One Lucky Kid printable treat toppers.
Your kids will love finding these special treats in their lunchboxes. They’d make a fun class treat, too.
From Simply Being Mommy
6. St. Pattie’s Day Treat Toppers
Do you love Peppermint Patties? If you’re a raving fan, you’ll adore these “St. Pattie’s Day” treat toppers.
It’s a cute little play on words and very fitting for the holiday.
7. Shamrock Coloring Page
Who doesn’t love a good coloring sheet? This is a unique twist on the shamrock coloring page, with cute little designs inside the shamrock that’ll allow you to make it much more colorful.
This is a fun one for teens and adults, too!
From Finding Zest
8. Shamrock Printable Decor
Bring luck into your home or office with this printable shamrock decor.
In fact, you should keep a frame or two on hand specifically for printables like these that you can change out every holiday and season.
They don’t have to be expensive frames. You can find inexpensive and stylish ones at Target, Dollar Tree, T. J. Maxx, etc.
From Not Quite Susie
9. Irish Blessing Subway Art
Here’s another cute printable decor piece to add to your frames: Irish Blessing Subway Art.
From The Girl Creative
10. Lucky Banner
It’ll look great hanging on the front of your food and beverage table!
But if you’re not planning on a party, it’ll look just as nice draped across your mantle, doorway, or window.
From Passion for Savings
St. Patrick’s Day Printables – Games
11. I Spy St. Patrick’s Day Activity
I spy with my little eye… a really cute activity for the kiddos on St. Paddy’s Day!
This I Spy activity will be lots of fun at home, in the car, or at school.
From Live Laugh Rowe
12. Tic Tac Toe Activity
Tic Tac Toe is another fun activity for the car during the month of March.
Put it on a clipboard along with a pen or pencil on a string, and the kids can pass it back and forth to each other.
From Simply Being Mommy
13. Snakes and Ladders
Print and laminate this St. Patrick’s Day version of Snakes and Ladders to play on the 17th.
By laminating it, you’ll be able to enjoy it for years to come.
From Itsy Bitsy Fun
14. Roll a Rainbow
Want a kid-friendly activity that helps with color identification, counting, and fine motor skills?
Print this Roll a Rainbow game! It does all that and more.
Plus, it’s so fun that the kids won’t even know they’re learning.
From Over the Big Moon
15. Lucky Friendship Bracelets
Let your kids make these rainbow friendship bracelets for their friends on St. Paddy’s Day.
Add the “I’m lucky to have you as a friend” printable tags, and you’re all set.
From Simple Everyday Mom
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