Exhibition Hall – St. Patrick’s Day

Here are our completed St. Patrick’s Day crafts!
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Shamrock Doggy. The pompom nose is MIA…

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Stain-glass shamrock!

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Lots of drawings, stickering, gluing, painting!

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Various foam shamrocks decorated throughout the month. There were a few more but those were the nicest 🙂

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Leprechaun man – legs and arms are attached with green Parisian clips so they are mobile, and I added an orange Popsicle stick to make a puppet 🙂

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Celtic Cross craft
Check out this post to learn about what they represent!

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Mini Books to colour. Both are slightly monochromatic… 🙂
Left is the Leprechaun Story mini book, and right is the Potato Counting book.
On of our library book had a girl counting backwards in Gaelic to summon a Leprechaun. Miss A learned how to count from 1 to 8 in Gaelic – and when we did the Potato Book, she automatically started counting in Gaelic! Love it 🙂

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We hosted the neighbourhood St. Patrick’s Day playdate, and decorated some cupcakes!

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Top: Bingo Dauber/Do-a-Dot Rainbow
Bottom: Punched-Out Shamrocks Rainbow

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Freestyle shamrock gluing

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Hands & feet shamrocks – although they kind of look more like trees than shamrocks… 🙂
We decorated them with a knot work design stamp.
On the left is Miss A (2.5 yrs) and on the right is Miss C (6 mo)

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Our marble painting shamrocks! Those were a blast to make 🙂

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Shamrock Tree Craft
We decorated the tree in brown, and the shamrocks using green and orange markers, crayons and glitter glue sticks, and then I cut them out for A. I could have let her glue them with a glue stick, but I needed to nurse C and she still needs help with that, so I ran the lot into my laminator with the adhesive cartridge and just made her stickers 😉
She LOVED that craft and keeps asking me to do it again! Thankfully, the website has tree crafts for almost every theme, so I’ll print the Spring and Easter ones 😉

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That was fun!! Now on to Spring and Easter… 🙂

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