Free Printable: St. Patrick’s Day Coloring Page

Here’s a free St Patrick’s Day coloring page. Just click, print, and enjoy.

Most of my favorite holidays involve food and festive decorations, and St. Patrick’s Day is no exception. It doesn’t hurt that it’s right before my birthday. I like to pretend all the celebrating is for me!

Cupcakes are fun and easy to make for this day of celebrating the Irish. Bake some one of these St. Patrick’s Day cupcake recipes to make your classroom party, after-school snack, or just to make the day special for your family. My favorite is this Andes Mints chocolate cupcake recipe.

For dinner, think about having a traditional Irish dinner of corned beef and cabbage. Besides egg rolls, corned beef and cabbage is the only way my kids would eat cabbage when they were little.

St. Patrick’s Day Pot of Gold

My daughters are artistic, so I asked one of them to do a line drawing for me that would be fun to color. She spent a lot of time on this, so I hope you like it.

 

Free st patricks day printable, rainbow pot of gold

 

Click here to download and print this free coloring page. Once it’s been colored, take a picture and let me see it on the Not A Supermom Facebook page!

Please respect our design copyright for this coloring page. I am offering it for free, but please don’t upload it elsewhere for sale or distribution. If you share this design, please give credit and link to the original post. Thank you!

Need Some Markers?

I always need fresh art supplies. At least as they get bigger they take better care of their markers. For this project we recommend fine-point markers. Washable markers are always just a good idea! These markers we recommend are all currently available through Amazon Prime for free shipping and faster delivery.

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