Looking for a fun Spring craft? Need a kid-friendly way to celebrate St. Patrick's Day? Make a fun Rainbow on a Stick. This fun treat is not only fun to make but delicious to eat.
We love St. Patrick's Day. Besides being Irish, it is just fun. We love the leprechaun and everything that goes with it. We dress in green, with a splash of orange, because my grandfather did and we like that little tradition. So this year for St. Patrick's Day we are making this St. Patrick's Day craft.
St. Patrick's Day Craft
Each year we try to find a new St. Patrick's Day craft to make, like the year we made Leprechaun Puppets or when we made a shamrock stamp with pepper. Most years I forget to share them with you. Sorry about that. This year I not only remembered to share what we are making, we even did a video. This year's St. Patrick's Day craft is perfect as a St. Patrick's Day treats too.
St. Patrick's Day Treat
For most things St. Patrick's Day, it is something green and we call it good. This is the second St. Patrick's Day treat we have made that goes beyond just something green. The first one was when we made the Irish Flag as a treat. DOn't get me wrong, we make lots of green food as a treat like Baileys Oreo Mousse Recipe in Chocolate Cups (not for the kids) and Non-Alcoholic St. Patrick's Day Punch.
Rainbow Craft or Spring Craft
Whether you celebrate St. Patrick's Day or not, this is a fun rainbow craft. Spring crafts are filled with rainbows and this is no exception. Kids can make this rainbow craft while waiting for those spring showers to pass. It is a fun way to celebrate spring. And this craft you get to eat!
Rainbow on a Stick
This rainbow treat is great because it is salty, sweet, and crunchy all in one.
- Fruit Loops
- Pretzel Sticks
- Take a pretzel stick and start adding the rainbow colors, red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple onto the pretzel stick.
- Once the cereal is added to the stick, add a mini marshmallow on each end.
- Now you have a rainbow on a stick. Eat and enjoy!