Hungry, Hungry Holiday: Recipes for Halloween

The autumn holidays will be here before you know it which is why AllFreeHolidayCrafts.com is bringing you these recipes for Halloween. While every holiday looks festive, with costumes and decorations and all the cheer on TV, there’s nothing more important than the food. Make sure that this year’s Halloween is the most delicious yet. From savory, to sweet, to something to sip on, we’ve got a recipe that will have you smackin’ your lips.

 

Halloween Drink Recipes

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If you have a thirst like that of a vampire these Halloween drink recipes are perfect for you. Not only are they delicious and refreshing, they celebrate the blood-sucking scariness of the holiday.

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Bloody Screwdriver Punch

Crimson Gash Cocktail

 

Savory Halloween Snacks

Simple, Slurpable Pumpkin SoupSpooky Brain Chicken SaladSwamp Soup with Mud Balls

Sink your teeth into something spooky with these savory Halloween snacks. Don’t be afraid to try these recipes. They taste good and they add an extra element to your Halloween decor.

Simple Slurpable Pumpkin Soup

Spooky Brain Chicken Salad

Swamp Soup with Mud Balls

 

Halloween Dessert Recipes

Carved Scary ApplesChocolate Covered Strawberry GhostsFrankenstein Marshmallow Pops

Halloween doesn’t always have to be scary. It can also be sweet! While you probably already have bags and bags of store-bought candy ready for the trick or treaters, these Halloween dessert recipes are a little more gourmet. With fruit and frosting and sprinkles, this Halloween may be the sweetest yet.

Carved Scary Apples

Chocolate Covered Strawberry Ghosts

Frankenstein Marshmallow Pops

 

 

BONUS!

Artful HalloweenEnter to win a copy of Artful Halloween from AllFreeHolidayCrafts.com. This book is chock full of DIY Halloween projects that are perfect for your next Halloween party or just to add a touch of Halloween home decor for the season. You’ll find instructions and examples for 31 handmade Halloween crafts in this book that save money and give your festivities a personal touch. You have until September 24, 2013 to enter. Enter to win today and you will have plenty of time to add some Halloween handmade items to your home!

 

 Which holiday recipe will you make a tradition?

13 Stylin’ Lunch Box Ideas and More to Spice Up Your School Day

friendly-froggy-paper-bagSure, heart-shaped sandwiches are great, but if you want the coolest lunch in school, you have to check out these food crafts for kids and DIY lunch box ideas.

AllFreeKidsCrafts has found a few fun ways to pack a little creativity along with your school lunch. Whether you want to keep it simple with a Friendly Froggy Paper Bag or really dig in, these back-to-school crafts for kids are tons of fun. Don’t forget to pack a Tie Dye School Lunch Napkin to make your sweet school lunch even cooler!


Lunch Box Ideas

simple-solution-lunch-boxNo matter what’s on your menu, your lunch box should stand out from the rest. Sure, you can write your initials on any store-bought lunch box, but why settle for a boring lunch box when you can have one that’s completely customized for you? The best way to get a one-of-a-kind lunch box that fits your style is to make one at home. If you’re looking for a quick craft, the eco-chic Simple Solutions Lunch Box is perfect for you. It’s an easy lunch box idea that you can decorate any way you want, and since it’s made of a recycled plastic milk jug, your sandwich won’t get squished on the way to school. Here are a few more fun ideas:

Kids’ Food Crafts

angry-birds-bitesThese easy, kid-friendly meals are good for you, and they’re good for having fun! Get creative in the kitchen, and see what fun foods you can create for a healthy school lunch. Add some vegetables to your lunch with Angry Birds Bites. Then create your own level and play away. Even though you’ve been told not to play with your food, here are more school lunch ideas that are too much fun to resist:

 

Best Dessert Recipes

edible-puzzleSave the best for last! These back-to-school desserts are way better than a boring old pudding cup. Your friends will be begging you to trade dessert when they see these sweet treats. After you show off your Sudoku skills with an awesome Edible Puzzle, your friends will be dying to know how they can make their own sweet treat game. Here are some other brag-worthy food crafts for kids:

 

 

What’s the most entertaining food craft you’ve ever made?

Camping Crafts for Kids: Have an Indoor Camping Expedition

Campfire CupcakesI’ve been camping in every corner of this country and have such great memories because of it. My family has always taken the road less traveled, opting to spend a week in the woods rather than at a resort. Sometimes if it’s raining, the wrong season, or campgrounds are too far away, it’s just not practical to go camping, but have no fear! You can still have an amazing camping experience in your own home with camping crafts for kids, edible crafts for kids, and even bug crafts for kids to make the experience authentic.

Turn your living room into a tent, your kitchen into a river, egg cartons into ladybugs, and don’t forget about the essential campfire!  Here are some great camping crafts for kids from AllFreeKidsCrafts to do indoors on your own camping expedition.

If you have an entire weekend to spare, try this awesome Indoor Camping Expedition craft. It has food, crafts, and even a skit to perform so that you can get the whole camping experience.

 

Campfire Craft Projects for Kids Glowing Campfire Craft

The first thing you need is a toasty campfire! No campsite is complete without one, and you will want something to warm your feet while you are stargazing. Try this great Glowing Campfire Craft to create the effect of a real fire that kids will love. If you’re getting hungry, then the sweet treats in the Edible Crafts Campfire is a camping craft for kids that will fill your tummy. It even looks like real red and yellow flames, but I promise that they won’t burn you when you take a big bite.

Other Campfire Crafts for Kids:
Starlight Tin Can Lanterns
Twirling 3D Star
Rockin’ Tic Tac Toe Homemade Game
Dreamy Dreamcatcher
Campfire Hats
Painted Walking Stick

 

Edible Crafts for KidsCutest Cookie Campers

Next you’ll need something to munch on. S’mores are a classic camping treat, but if you’re in the mood for something different, then I have just the snacks for you. Try the Cutest Cookie Campers snack to create a realistic camping scene with a tent, little campers and a campfire all made out of yummy food. Sweet treats always go over well with kids, so make Campfire Cupcakes as a camping craft for kids with a sweet tooth.

 

Bug Crafts for Kids

When you go camping you are staying in nature, and that’s where lots of little critters live. Spiders may seem creepy crawly when you see them on the ground, but once you make them yourself, you will realize that they aren’t so bad. Try making the Creepy Bottle Cap Spiders project and you will see that spiders aren’t so much creepy as they are cute.  Cute Carton Ladybug Crawlers are another great way to introduce kids to the outdoors through camping for kids.Cute Carton Ladybugs

Other Animal Crafts for Kids:
The Very Cuddly Caterpillar
Carefree Coffee Filter Butterflies
Spidey Cents
Investigating Insect Habitats
Egg Carton Caterpillars
Flower Petal Butterflies
Beaded Butterfly Beauty

 

What is your favorite part about camping?

 

Despicable Me 2: Easy Crafts for Kids of All Ages

Despicable Me Twinkie Minion Cupcakes Despicable Me 2 is such a great kids’ movie that I could watch it over and over, and I’m not even a kid anymore. My sisters and I used to pretend to be minions and constantly reenact scenes from the movie, much to my parents dislike. Randomly shouting ‘bananas!’, as the minions do, was a favorite of ours. Whether you are a first-time viewer or a veteran, you’ll love making crafts based on Despicable Me 2. They provide hours of entertainment, and if you love Gru, Margo, Edith, and Agnes as much as I do, then you will have a blast with these easy crafts for kids. Turn a cardboard box into an astronaut helmet, Twinkies into minion cupcakes, or even a fairy tutu into a ballerina costume. Below you will find 19 amazing crafts for kids of all ages. Whether you’re a teenager like Margo or in Preschool like Agnes, this collection of really easy crafts for kids is sure to have the perfect project for you.

 

Movie Crafts for Kids

Despicable Me Minion BowlingMinions are oh-so-adorable little creatures that make everyone squeal with delight. Any easy craft for kids that looks like a minion is sure to be a hit, whether you are having a movie day or a Despicable Me birthday party. Try playing the Despicable Me Minion Bowling game, which is so much fun and won’t burst your budget. This movie craft for kids is great because you can use materials you already have around the house to create a new game. All you need is an empty two-liter bottle to turn a boring day into a minion day!

Other Movie Crafts for Kids:

 

Margo: Crafts for Teenagers

Bead Wrapped Leather BraceletIf your favorite character is Margo, the oldest sibling of Gru’s adoptive daughters, then you will love these crafts for teenagers. Margo has a mind of her own, so it’s only fitting that these movie crafts, like the Bead Wrapped Leather Bracelets, will let you express yourself in any way you want. When you’re in a crafty mood, make sure you have a craft for kids that is cool to entertain yourself. These easy crafts for kids are great as movie-themed activities to do after you watch Despicable Me 2.

Other Crafts for Teenagers:

 

 

Edith: Elementary School Crafts

No Sew Easy Fairy TutuIf you like Edith and her rebellious and spunky nature, then you will love these fun and easy crafts for kids. These projects, like the No Sew Easy Fairy Tutu, are perfect for an elementary school kid who wants to make a statement. Movie crafts are great to do by yourself or with a friend, so settle down, watch Despicable Me 2, and have a blast dancing around in a ballet tutu that you created.

Other Elementary School Crafts:

 

 

Agnes: Preschool Crafts for Kids

Unique Unicorn HornThere is no doubt that Agnes is the cutest kid in the movie. Her fondness for unicorns and Gru is simply adorable, and you can’t help but love her. That’s why the Unique Unicorn Horn craft is perfect as a preschool craft for kids. It’s easy to make, and if Agnes could spend a day with a darling unicorn horn, she definitely would. These movie crafts are perfect for a tiny tot’s hands and are sure to keep them entertained for hours.

Other Preschool Crafts for Kids:

 

 

 What is your favorite part of Despicable Me 2?

 

 

Monsters University Movie: 14 Monster Crafts for Kids

Printable Paper Monster ToyWhen I was growing up, Monsters, Inc. was one of my favorite movies of all time. Who can resist the hilarious Mike, lovable Sully, and oh-so-adorable Boo? Nobody, that’s for sure! My sisters and I bonded together, a rare feat I assure you, over our mutual hatred of Randall and his unjust ways. That movie will always define a part of my childhood, and it made monsters a lot less scary than I thought they were. Monsters don’t have to be scary; they can be big, friendly, and fun. In honor of the release of the new movie, Monsters University, try making some monster crafts for kids. If you love monsters as much as I do, then you will have a blast, whether you are making a recycled craft or something good to eat.

Turn an apple into a delicious monster treat, construct your own monster glove, or even make a monster from something as simple as an egg carton. Here are some great monster crafts for kids from AllFreeKidsCrafts.com for your movie-viewing pleasure.

 

Monster Munch BrowniesEdible Crafts for Kids

The first thing you need while watching the movie is something to munch on. You don’t want your tummy to be rumbling so loud that you can’t hear anything Sully and Mike are saying. If you’re in the mood for a sweet treat, then these Monster Munch Brownies are the perfect edible craft for you. Using icing, cereal, and chocolate chips, decorate some delicious brownies to look just like your favorite monster. Frankenstein can come alive, or you can create a fun, new friend with these monster crafts for kids.

Other Edible Crafts for Kids:
Apple Candy Monsters
Monster Snot
Sesame Street Marshmallow Pops

 

Menacing Monster Gloves

Creative Crafts for Kids

Little minds get awfully creative, so provide them with an outlet for their crafting hands. Try out these creative crafts for kids and you can make tons of  monster decorations or maybe a new monster friend. Don’t scare your family and friends too much with these Menacing Monster Gloves because they will think a monster got into the house. This monster craft for kids is sure to be a hit. If you’re out of crafting ideas, then try this fun monster craft idea to instantly transform yourself into the Yeti for a fun-filled day.

Other Creative Crafts for Kids:
Goofy Little Monster
Macaroni Monster Mates
One-Eyed Egg Monster
Three-Dimensional Monster Hands
Yarn Monster Friend
Printable Paper Monster Toy
Where the Wild Things Are Lesson
Handprint Monsters
Monsters University Cootie Catcher

 

Egg Carton Monster ManRecycled Craft Projects for Kids

You will have a blast making these recycled craft projects for kids, and you will be saving the environment. Monster craft projects for kids are great ideas to make at any time during the year when you feel like you need a scare. This fun Egg Carton Monster Man craft is a colorful recycled art project to make. These monster crafts transform everyday objects that you would otherwise throw away, like paper and lids, into monster toys that you can play with around the house. The great thing about this craft is that it won’t bust your budget, and you can paint it any color to instantly turn your new friend into any Monsters, Inc. character.

Other Recycled Craft Projects for Kids:
Sippity Doo Dah Monsters
Monstrous Lids
Milk Jug Monsters
Tissue Box Monster

 

 

Who is your favorite monster from Monsters, Inc.?

 

 

Mini Decorative Dessert Banner: National Craft Month Project & Giveaway

We’ve reached the twenty-third day of our National Craft Month celebration of giveaways and craft tutorials! Visit our blog every day to enter to win a different prize of the day. Find the contest rules and enter below.

Hopefully you are ready for yet another exclusive project to celebrate National Craft Month with, because our friends at Spoonful of Sugar are sharing a Mini Decorative Dessert Banner tutorial today. Have an even happier holiday and decorate your festive desserts with this Mini Decorative Dessert Banner. There’s nothing more important than presentation when it comes to holiday desserts and this darling dessert banner will give the perfect final touch to any sweet dish.

Mini Decorative Dessert Banner

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Dress up your holiday desserts this season with the help of this adorable Mini Decorative Dessert Banner! If you’re looking for a baby bunting for your holiday desserts, you’ll find perfection with this free tutorial from our friends Spoonful of Sugar, and we have the full tutorial available for you.

The Ultimate Craft Guide: 25 Free Craft Projects for Every Crafter Free eBook

 

 

You can find over 20 different patterns from our National Craft Month celebration in, The Ultimate Craft Guide: 25 Free Craft Projects for Every Crafter eBook. Celebrate National Craft Month with us by crafting the great projects in this free downloadable eBook written just for you!


 
ENTER TO WIN TODAY’S PRIZE

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Today’s prize is a Xyron sticker maker kit, Cosmo Cricket paper pack, stickers, and canvas brads, Westcott Extreme Edge scissors, and a selection of Spellbinders dies. In order to win today’s prize, all you need to do is:

* Like the AllFreeChristmasCrafts Facebook page here, AND

 

*Leave a comment on this blog post below telling us:

What’s your favorite way to decorate your desserts?

 


OFFICIAL RULES FOR DAILY CONTEST
  • There is a maximum of one entry per person. The entry will be based upon a comment left on this blog post. Duplicate comments will be deleted and are not tallied.
  • You must “like” the AllFreeChristmasCrafts Facebook page to be eligible.
  • Winner will be selected at random from the comments on this blog post below.
  • Winner will be announced here on the blog tomorrow as well as contacted by the email address provided.
  • You have until tonight, March 23th, 2013 at 11:59p EST to leave your comment on this post. Comments posted after that will not be counted.
  • Contest open to anyone 18+ in US and/or Canada.

SUPER BONUS – WIN $1000 Gift Card!

Win Michaels $1000 Gift Card

Don’t miss your chance to stock up your craft stash and win a $1000 Michael’s gift card. You can enter each day to win this amazing $1000 Shopping Spree at Michaels. You have 8 more days to enjoy National Craft Month, so take some time out of your day to come to the FaveCrafts blog each day to hear about the latest prize.

 

Good Luck!

Easter Basket Cupcakes: National Craft Month Project & Giveaway

We’ve reached day 21 of our month long National Craft Month celebration of giveaways and craft tutorials! Visit our blog every day to enter to win a different prize of the day. Find the contest rules and enter below.

We are happy to share yet another exclusive project in honor of National Craft Month! Today our friends at Michaels are sharing an Easter Basket Cupcakes tutorial. Holiday-themed cupcakes as simple as these Easter Basket Cupcakes are hard to come by. This festive cupcake design from Michaels will not fail to spread some cheer to all of your guests on Easter Sunday!

Easter Basket Cupcakes

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Say goodbye to boring holiday desserts this Easter and make these exciting Easter Basket Cupcakes. If you’re in need of an edible craft that’s festive enough for a family dinner, you can’t go wrong with this free tutorial from Michaels, and we have the full tutorial available for you.

The Ultimate Craft Guide: 25 Free Craft Projects for Every Crafter Free eBook

 

This pattern is included in our free eBook, The Ultimate Craft Guide: 25 Free Craft Projects for Every Crafter. Celebrate National Craft Month with us by crafting the great projects in this free downloadable eBook written just for you!


 
ENTER TO WIN TODAY’S PRIZE

Michaels Gift Card

Today’s prize is a $100 Gift Card from Michaels. In order to win today’s prize, all you need to do is:

* Like the AllFreeHolidayCrafts Facebook page here, AND

* Like the Michaels Faceboook page here, AND

*Leave a comment on this blog post below telling us:

Do you ever knit your own wearables?

 


OFFICIAL RULES FOR DAILY CONTEST
  • There is a maximum of one entry per person. The entry will be based upon a comment left on this blog post. Duplicate comments will be deleted and are not tallied.
  • You must “like” both the AllFreeHolidayCrafts Facebook page and the Michaels Faceboook page to be eligible.
  • Winner will be selected at random from the comments on this blog post below.
  • Winner will be announced here on the blog tomorrow as well as contacted by the email address provided.
  • You have until tonight, March 22th, 2013 at 11:59p EST to leave your comment on this post. Comments posted after that will not be counted.
  • Contest open to anyone 18+ in US and/or Canada.

SUPER BONUS – WIN $1000 Gift Card!

Win Michaels $1000 Gift Card

Don’t miss your chance to stock up your craft stash and win a $1000 Michael’s gift card. You can enter each day to win this amazing $1000 Shopping Spree at Michaels. You have 9 more days to enjoy National Craft Month, so take some time out of your day to come to the FaveCrafts blog each day to hear about the latest prize.

 

Good Luck!

Lucky Day for Crafting with Kids: Easter Crafts

Polka Dot Easter EggsTop o’ the mornin’ to ya! Happy St. Patrick’s Day to all those who celebrate and to all those who craft (it’s definitely a great crafting holiday). If you’re looking for some excellently lucky crafts to make today, hop on over here.

For those of you who decorated for the day of green ahead of time (yay for not proCRAFTinating) or if you have all the luck you need (I envy you), I gathered some of the cutest Easter crafts, since believe it or not, that holiday is right around the corner. There’s something about Easter (or perhaps it’s the fact that the long-forgotten sun starts shining again) that makes me smile. The chickies, bunnies, pastel, eggs, and ahhh the craftiness. Next to Christmas, I’m not sure there’s a craftier holiday than good ol’ Easter.

Grab the markers, pom poms, dye, and feathers and let’s get to crafting some of the must-make kids’ Easter crafts this season.

 

How to Dye Easter Eggs

(the cool way)Tie-Dye Easter Eggs

This Easter, your eggs are going to be awe-inspiring. Is that possible? Once you crack open these links to Easter glory it is. It was a tough decision, but I’m going to go ahead and award these Tie-Dye Easter Eggs first place. I love tie-dye, so there’s a bit of bias there, but they’re cool regardless. Kids will absolutely love dyeing Easter eggs in an original and fun way this year, so experiment with these awesome ways to dye Easter eggs.

Dotted Easter EggsRubber Band Easter Egg Coloring
Marbleized Easter Eggs
Mustache Easter Eggs
Polka Dot Easter Eggs
Ombre Easter Eggs

 

What to Make for Easter That’s Yummy

Easter Cookies

As much as holidays celebrate something special, they also celebrate our love of eating. It seems that parties are usually centered around food, and our stomachs wouldn’t have it any other way. Let’s make Easter no different, except for this special Sunday, let’s make the food adorable. Almost too adorable to eat. Almost.

Spring Critter Pretzels
Fluffy Easter Tree
Easter Nest Sugar Cookies
Easter Popcorn
Egg Brownies

 

Polka Dot Bunny CraftEaster Arts and Crafts for Kids

Line your mantel with bunnies and chickies, and when the joyful day finally arrives, make sure that you have enough Easter decorations to deck out your backyard. Easter arts and crafts for kids are inherently cute, so it’s difficult picking a favorite. That doesn’t mean that I can’t, though. I just absolutely love these polka dot toilet tube bunnies.

 

 

Cutest Li’l Chickadee
Easter Button Egg
Easter Wreath
11 Easter Crafts for Kids
19 Easy Easter Crafts for Kids

Do you decorate for Easter or do you focus more on the meaning of the holiday?

March Madness: Sports Crafts for Kids

Basketball Bite-Sized TreatsMarch is mad with basketball, and kids should get in on the fun. However, since children are so particular, we figured we’d gather more than just basketball crafts to make sure every kid is satisfied. Here are some great crafts from AllFreeKidsCrafts for the kids to do while you watch some quality March Madness.

Keep those active kiddos occupied with crafts for kids that double as games, and wow their eyes and their tummies with delicious, crafty, sports-themed treats.

Since professional sports teams like to take their sweet time playing, kids tend to get antsy come second period. Encourage them to sit still and keep on cheering by giving them a sports craft to make while your  favorite team racks up points.

 

Sporty Edible Crafts for Kids Sports Ball Cupcakes

As the clock nears zero, kids are sure to have some grumbly tummies. Keep them happy during the entirety of the game by placing sports-themed finger foods in reach. Fuller bellies means less whining and more of a possibility of hearing the announcer’s brilliant input. My pick for the perfect game-time snacks are the Basketball Bite-Sized Treats. These delicious sandwiches are not messy, they easily fit in three different, important food groups, and they’re cute as can be. Cheering on your team is much more pleasant when the peanut gallery’s bellies are satisfied.

Other Sporty Edible Crafts for Kids:

Sports Ball Cupcakes
Sports Ball Cake

Basketball Krispie Treats
Football Rice Krispie Treats

Ping Pong Basketball


Sports Games Crafts for Kids

Kids can’t always sit still during games because it looks like the players are having so much fun, and they want in on that. Give them their own games to play with these awesome sports game crafts that they can make and then play. For a game that doesn’t require much space or money, encourage the mini sports stars to make Thumb War Wrestlers. Nothing is more fun than giving your thumb a personality and a will to win.

Other Sports Games Crafts for Kids:

Carpet Putt Putt
PVC Soccer Goals
Plastic Bottle Bowling
Slam Dunk Wastebasket
Ping Pong Basketball

Go Team Foam FingerSporty Decorative Crafts for Kids

For the munchkins who aren’t hungry and just don’t like to play sports, there are adorable, sporty, decorative crafts that will get any house ready for sports viewing. I think that the Go Team Foam Finger is a hilarious, fun, and useful craft for kids to make. They can cheer on your team, whether they know anything about sports or not, in the cutest way when they make their cheering hand enormous. Watching the game as a family will be much more pleasant and enjoyable when everybody is in on the action.

Other Sporty Decorative Crafts for Kids:

Football Player Toilet Roll Man
Sports Hanging Decor
Football Centerpiece
Home Run Bookends
Baseball Party Centerpieces

 

Do you enlist your kids in sports activities or do you wait for them to ask?

Fun Craft Ideas for Kids: Saint Patrick’s Day Crafts

Lucky Leprechaun TreatsWhether your heritage calls for it or not, St. Patrick’s Day is a great holiday to celebrate. And at AllFreeKidsCrafts, we’ll take any chance to deliver you amazingly fun crafts for kids. During this special celebration, rainbows appear without the inevitable storm, luck comes to all who wear green, and leprechauns run about freely distributing gold. That definitely doesn’t sound like something you’d want to miss. Get in the green spirit by crafting rainbows, baking lucky treats, and making shamrock projects galore.

Another way to celebrate the day of green? Green crafting! Make crafts that are environmentally friendly to tip your hat to the Irish.  Even better? Shamrocks that are made from recycled materials or rainbows that reuse items. Here’s to a lucky day full of green and gold!

Rainbow WindcatcherRainbow Crafts for Kids

On St. Patrick’s Day every rainbow leads to a pot of gold. Instead of searching the ends of the earth, bring the rainbow and the gold to you. Craft these colorful pick-me-ups and you’ll be rolling in the gold. I really like the Rainbow Windcatcher as an easy but bright decoration. This beauty is sure to bring in the luck o’ the Irish.

Other Rainbow Crafts for Kids:

Drip Painted Rainbow Pots
Lucky Li’l Rainbow Magnet
Rainbow Brite Pencil Holder
Butterfly Suncatchers

 

Edible Crafts for KidsLucky Chocolate Hats

When you’re baking for St. Patrick’s Day, every edible craft comes out perfectly thanks to leprechaun sous chefs. There are endless designs for adorable kids’ crafts made from food for St. Patrick’s Day. As a perfect craft to hand out to the whole class, make Lucky Chocolate Hats and your tummy will definitely feel lucky. This treat is almost as good as a pot of gold with a sugar cookie and chocolate in one adorable arrangement. In a close second is the Candy Rainbow and Pot o’ Gold, which is more something you’d make as a centerpiece or to devour yourself. With white chocolate covered marshmallows, sour strips, M&Ms, and gold coins, you won’t back away unsatisfied.

Other Lucky Edible Crafts for Kids:

Shamrock Pretzel Snacks
Leprechaun Hat with Chocolate Coins Craft
Lucky Leprechaun Treats

 

Shamrock WandShamrockin’ Easy Crafts for Kids

Nothing’s better than an easy breezy craft that the kids can make themselves. Well, aren’t you lucky! You’ll get time to yourself as the kiddos craft the adorable Shamrock Wand. Your little leprechauns will have a blast crafting green and shamrock and rollin’. Arrange a Walnut Shell Treasure Hunt to start a fun family tradition each year for St. Patrick’s Day.

Other Shamrockin’ Easy Crafts for Kids:


Lucky Lass Accessory

Walnut Shell Treasure Hunt

BONUS: Check out AllFreeKidsCrafts’ special collection of 13 Lucky Saint Patrick’s Day Crafts for Kids for more luck!

What is your family’s special tradition for Saint Patrick’s Day?