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St. Patricks Day Cone For Kids

By: Suzie Button

Hi, I’m Suzie Button. I love to create crafts to celebrate Holidays. I came up with this kid’s cone as a way to share the excitement of St. Patrick’s Day with your children. I hope they’ll love it! It includes chocolate, so it’s sure to be a winner!

St. Patrick's Day Cone 1  St. Patrick's Day Cone


  • Scrapbook papers of various greens
  • party cone hats
  • metal/wire flowers
  • crepe paper trims
  • paper flowers
  • images for the cone.


  1. Gather up your supplies: For the images, I used a greeting card in one and window cling pictures on another.

  2. Open up the party hat and trace it onto your desired scrapbook paper and cut out.

    Tracing Hat onto Paper
  3. Using double stick permanent tape, tape your paper over top of the cone and close into shape.

    Taping Over Paper
  4. Cut a piece of floral foam to securely fit inside cone to hold flower.
  5. Take a pipe cleaner and hot glue it to the inside of cone.

    Taping into Cone and Pipecleaner
  6. Take your desired image and attach to flower stem. I used a cute dog greeting card and hot glued it on the back to the wire stem and a window cling picture and attached it to green scrapbook paper with double stick tape and cut out and attached to flower stem for another version.

    Image for ConeSt. Patrick Dog Image
  7. Add desired trim to cone. I cut out a clover out of scrapbook paper and embellished with paper flowers and I used crepe paper trim on the top edge. I then filled with paper filler.

    Adding Trim
  8. Attach your flower with image into the floral foam. Add chocolate gold coins. You might touch them with a bit of hot glue on the back to ensure they stay put.

    Chocolate Coins
  9. Hang your finished good luck cone on your child’s bed come St. Patrick’s day so they have the luck of the Irish to begin their day!


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Great article! I am very excited to incorporate this fun craft into our lesson tomorrow. I think I'll have the students make the cones themselves (with supervision), and then I'll give them some stuffers like pencils and gold coins. Thanks for the guide!


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