Remember five years ago when doing a “St. Patrick’s Day activity” meant drinking green beer and going to a¬†parade? Thanks to Pinterest, now St. Paddy’s has just as many craft and recipe possibilities as Christmas. I mean, now that Valentine’s Day is over and all the Pinterest fanatics¬†had to retire their heart-shaped cookie cutters (which were practically cracking under the pressure), they need something new to focus on!

It’s time to break out the clover cutters obviously. Or tie a few corkscrews together for a DIY clover stamp. DUH!

Pots of gold, rainbows and leprechauns present limitless opportunities for those with craft rooms dedicated to popsicle sticks and washi tape¬†in their homes. And don’t even get me started on¬†the elaborate leprechaun traps. That’s the subject of a whole other post.

What would your St. Patrick’s Day look like if you were combing through clover-themed boards for craft ideas?

Your popsicle sticks would look like this:

Source: This Girl’s Life

Your pizza would look like this:

Source: Make The Best Of Everything

Your cupcakes would look like this:

Source: Skip To My Lou

Your eggs would look like this:

Source: Reluctant Entertainer

Your flower arrangement would look like this:

Source: WeddingOMania

Your paint swatches would look like this:

Source: Teaching My Friends

Your wine corks would be used for this:

Source: Crafting Morning

Your toilet would look like this:

Source: The Dating Divas

Your dog would look like this:

Source: Buzzfeed

Your cookies would look like this:

Source: Coco29

Your oreos would look like this:

Source: Sweet Magazine

Your cucumbers would look like this:

Source: unknown

Your baby would dress like this:

Source: Twinkle Star

Your toilet rolls would look like this:

Source: The Resourceful Mama

Your macaroni necklace would look like this:

Source: Today Parents

Your car would look like this:

Source: Absoblogginlutely

Your gingerbread house would look like this:

Source: Gingerbread Journal

Your pancakes would look like this:

Source: Crafty Morning

Your fruit loops would look like this:

Source: Jenny Irvine

Your construction paper would be used like this:

Source: Crafty Morning

Your fruit platter would look like this:

Source: Piccsy

Your bookshelf would look like this:

Source: Artsy Momma

Your backyard would look like this:

Source: Dave Lowe Design

Your American Girl Doll would look like this:

Source: Unknown

Your handprint would look like this:

Source: Coco29

Your tortilla chips would look like this:

Source: Spiced

Your kids lunch would look like this:

Source: Stuffed Suitcase

Your cake pops would look like this:

Source: Unknown

Your green peppers would be used for this:

Source: Crafty Morning

Your kids headband would be made like this:

Source: DIY Dandy

Your eye make-up would look like this:

Source: GlitterGirlC

Some of these ideas might be totally over-the-top, but others seem¬†simple enough that even if I could pull them off. That’s if I wasn’t busy celebrating Purim.

Anybody have a cookie cutter shaped like King Achashverosh?