St.Patrick’s Day Crafts and Gifts
When the winter wind knocks on your door, keeping your children busy can be a challenge. The holiday season is a busy time with shopping, decorating, baking, and preparing for entertainment. It may not always be time to enjoy the season, but by using your creativity, you and your children can create valuable holiday memories that will last a lifetime.
Craft accessories are the perfect opportunity to do all kinds of activities during the holidays. When you do crafts with your children during the holidays, you can have a good time together and at the same time eliminate some important holiday tasks from your to-do list. More importantly, by making homemade cards, gift tags, and decorations, you can save money for more important things.
Holiday greeting cards are a staple of every major holiday. Sending sincere wishes to the important people in your life is a nice thought, but cards, stamps, address labels, and finding time to fill them out can be tedious. However, if you make your greeting cards a holiday craft project, you can involve your children and make the process much more enjoyable.
Holiday Gift Tags
When you give your presents for Valentine’s Day, Christmas or Hanukkah, homemade gift tags can make your gifts a little more special. With a few craft materials, you can make decorative labels that are perfect for any party. Use photos of your children or have them draw holiday pictures to personalize your gifts.
When you think of Christmas decorations, you probably think of a Christmas tree. However, you can use ornaments to decorate your house at every party. Use green clovers for St. Patrick’s Day or fireworks for the 4th of July. Use all the craft materials you have in your home to make inexpensive, personalized decorations for each holiday.
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If you’re looking for more holiday craft ideas, visit your local craft store and let the aisles inspire you!
It doesn’t take the luck of the Irish to plan a festive St.Patrick’s Day Party. Craft and gift expert Gina Tepper shows us some ideas for St.Patrick’s Day