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What can you do with very little time, bright colors, a craft punch, a glue stick (not pictured) and a few kids who want shamrocks?
You can make four leaf clover greeting cards in dazzling colors.
What if you add a few alphabet stamps and use strips of paper?
You get bookmarks for all the young people in your life.
And then, you can do it all in reverse! Add colorful envelopes for your cards and bundle your bookmarks in rainbow order and you've got St. Patrick's Day covered.
I hope this gives you ideas for any last minute St. Patrick's Day crafting needs you (or your kids) may have!
Posted at 07:47 PM in Celebrations, Crafts for kids, Paper | Permalink
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