St Patricks Day Lucky Shamrock Sprouts

Lucky Shamrock Sprouts


Isn’t this Shamrock Sprouts from Housing a Forest super cool? This is a  fun project that you can make with your kids for St. Patrick’s Day, not only will you have fun time doing this with them, you’ll also teach them how to take care of plants and cultivate their green thumbs.

For the instructions on how to make shamrock sprouts, check out Housing a Forest!

shamrock sprouts

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  1. Beth Hill says

    This is SUCH a great idea. My boys LOVE to grow things, we have 2 pie tins of herbs on the counter right now. This is something you could do for almost any holiday, I could see red hearts, pink easter eggs, etc.
    thanks for sharing.

  2. Gail Williams says

    Love the alfalfa sprout idea, never seen it done on a sponge…will try it with grandchildren!

  3. Sheila Vives says

    Growing these would be fun ! Then the whole family can look for 4-Leaf Clovers !

    Happy St. Patty’s Day !

  4. Lorna England says

    This is just the cutest idea ever! Wish my son was a little boy again… we would totally do this!

  5. Sharon Siqueiros says

    I really like this idea!! It’s fun,easy and everyone will enjoy seeing the sprouts grow….now I’m hungry, we love avocado and sprout sandwiches around here!!

  6. Jayna M says

    Very cool idea – it’s always fun to watch something grow, and alfalfa sprouts are such a quick payout 🙂

    Much less messy and more decorative to grow them in a sponge too!

  7. Katy M says

    Oh wow! This is SUCH a great idea! Whoever you hired to come up with this idea is very creative! I am definitely going to try this with my grandchildren!!!! Thank you!!

  8. sandy weinstein says

    great idea. i have a shamrock plant that i have had for many yrs. i sometimes forget to water it, so it dies down, but as soon as i water it, it perks right back up. i got it for my mother several yrs ago. you have to keep it watered.

  9. Nicole Carter Weasley says

  10. Robin Wilson says

    What a great and simple / affordable craft to do with kids that will keep their interest for days to come. My neighbor is a teach who is always on the lookout for a new idea for the classroom. I have printed this out for her! Thanks so much for passing it along.

  11. says

    I love this idea! I think maybe chia or bean would be a good idea too, then they could eat them after they grow them! My grandkids are gonna love this!!

  12. Michele P says

    very fun! Given I haven’t seen any green plant life all winter, this would be a great way to celebrate St. Patty’s day and also hopefully the start of Spring… winter is too darn long here in the Northeast

  13. Debbie Welchert says

    What a great idea. My grandchildren are going to love doing this. They help their papa garden and now they can see the actual seeds open up and grow.

  14. cassandra (rab pom) says

    This is such a wonderful Idea! I think it will be a lot of fun for everyone in the house to try this one out 🙂

  15. Rachel Ellis says

    This is a neat idea! I have never heard of such a thing but I think I am going to try it with my son! Thanks!

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