First: Craft an assortment of felt shamrock puppets. Then: Attend puppet shows ... constantly.
Encourage her to always follow the rainbow with this pom-pom wall decor that she can leave up year-round.
The sentiment on the tag is just as sweet as the gift itself because well, chocolate coins.
Inspired by McDonald's minty milkshake, this green bath bomb will turn regular ol' bath time into a spa night of sorts.
comes with 12 shamrocks and all the eyes, mouths, and eyebrows you need to make your own favorite silly emoji face.
Your little fairy needs a wand that's just as magical as she is. That's why this glittery gold and green shamrock wand exists.
Turn her least-worn headband into a party-ready look with ribbon and sweet shamrock accent.
Transform empty clay pots into leprechaun hats that you can use to decorate your mantle, dining room table, or kid's nightstand.
Remember all that washi tape you bought for the bullet journal you never used? Here's a clever way to finally use it.
You know what rainbows lead to? Pots of gold ... and unicorns.
Mix in green food coloring and gold glitter for the ultimate St. Paddy's slime.
Your house doesn't invite over just any leprechaun. Your leprechauns are fancy, which means the only way to lure them in is with this multi-level trap.
Waking up to green soap (well, green everything!) is all the evidence your kids need to confirm that the leprechaun made a sneaky stop at your house during the night.
Fill this mason jar, complete with a shamrock silhouette, with chocolate coins or bright-green candies.
Add a wee bit of festive cheer to her hair with an oversized felt shamrock clip.
Remember wearing your shamrock-studded Old Navy shirt as a kid? This one is even more memorable because it's made by yours truly.
This colorful, kid-friendly headband is perfect for the little girl that loves to accessorize and the mom who has an overflowing craft bin.
Top these streamer-fringed caps with shamrocks for an extra dose of luck.
Because the type of gold that we really want is the kind that's full of chocolate.
Don a subtle nod to the holiday with these pins that spread well wishes to those around you.
Try this colorful version for St. Patrick's Day, then consider more monochromatic palettes (pink and cream!) for a bridal or baby shower.
Your mantel or breakfast bar deserves some décor year-round, not just at Christmas.
These pretty poppers may be little, but they pack a serious dose of confetti.
Kids will really love rolling up their sleeves and getting their hands all green to make these cute four-leaf clovers.