These Rolo Leprechaun Hats are such a fun kids craft! I’；m so glad this cute girl lives near me! The last time I saw her， I twisted her arm and made her promise to send me a crafty post! These Rolo Leprechaun Hats？are adorable and perfect if you have little ones.？
Please welcome my friend Stephanie!floral pillow shams
Hi everyone， I’；m Stephfunny pillow cases， from Crafting in the Rain？and I’；m so excited to be visiting today! You’；ll generally find me working on something with paper， washi tape， or fabric， and almost always–；some glue. Which thankfully still dries here in the Pacific Northwest ？？ These little gold leprechaun hats come together so quickly because you don’；t even have to unwrap the candy. This makes them perfect for classroom treats or other St. Patrick’；s Day parties.
TaDa–；St. Pat’；s Hats! Now go make a few， or fifty， and feel free to eat a couple of Rolos on the way.
If you’；re up to a much more involved St. Patrick’；s Day treat， check out the Rainbow Cake Pops I made a couple of years ago. ？
Thanks again for having me Kim! And happy St. Patrick’；s Day everyone. If you make some of these hats too， I’；d love to see a picture ？？
More St. Patrick’；s Day CraftsDIY Gold Foil St. Patrick’；s Day PrintShamrock Crafts？St. Patrick’；s Day Free Printable Beer &； Soda Bottle labels Bio custom anniversary gifts
Today is the last day to take advantage of the Silhouette Rhinestone Promotion so we have a fun little project to share. Here in suburban land, all the tots carry their soccer ball to practice in a drawstring backpack like this. Since I’m a big-time high-roller, I gave Quinn a soccer ball of her own for her birthday yesterday and made her this fun DIY drawstring backpack to go with it. This is a GREAT boy-friendly gift despite my choices above. The best part is that it’s made from a fabric placemat so it comes together right-quick. It’s like the Easiest. Pillow. Ever. but you can wear it on your back!