Rainbow Craft & Dessert ideas

I love color!  You can see that I do in my every day home decor… for example, my craft room is a little color crazy but I adore it.  And I love St. Patrick’s Day– we thought it’d be fun to stick to a rainbow theme this year instead of the traditional green decor so we’ve rounded up 39 rainbow craft and dessert ideas to easily bring a little St. Patty’s into your home, too! We know it’s more untraditional but that’s how we roll! ;)

Rainbow Crafts & Desserts, 39 fun rainbow themed ideas! |via lollyjane.com #rainbow

Rainbow Streamer Backdrop |Creative Juice

Rainbow Bubblegum Necklace |Bubbly Nature Creations

Rainbow Printable craft |Sweet Little Peanut

FREE Rainbow printable! Fun St. Patrick

Rainbow Pasta |Tablespoon

Rainbow pasta with Parmesan clouds

Rainbow Rice Crispy Treats |Sweetology

Rainbow Cookies |Munchkin Munchies

Rainbow Shaped Rice Crispy Treat |Bryn Ashley


Rainbow Balloon Backdrop |Studio DIY

Rainbow Macaron Cookies |Creative Juice

{MACARONS} rainbow macarons - Creative Juice | @Mindy CREATIVE JUICE | getcreativejuice.com

Rainbow Pudding Cups |Make

Rainbow Cake Pops |Chickabug

Rainbow party! Cake pops in every color of the rainbow

Rainbow Cupcakes |Leahs Thoughts

Rainbow Juice |Just Call me Martha

Rainbow Necklace Craft |Mamas Like Me

Rainbow Tassel Garland |Tied Ribbon

Roll O’ Gold |The Idea Room

St. Patricks Day Gift Idea: Roll

Rainbow Garland |Oh Happy Day

10 Cheerful Rainbow Crafts

Rainbow Accordion Party Decor |Kara’s Party Ideas

Rainbow Waffles |I Am Baker

Rainbow Waffles

Rainbow Pancakes |The Art of Doing Stuff


Waffle Ice Cream Sandwich |Love from the Oven

ice cream, Eggo Waffles

Leprechaun Trap Cake |Not Martha

leprechaun trap rainbow cake

Rainbow Fizz |Catch My Party

St Patrick’s Day gift bottles |The Idea Room


Rainbow Fabric Strip Bunting |Funky Polkadot Giraffe

Rainbow Fruit Skewers |Skinny Taste

Mini Rainbow Donuts |Just Baked

Candy Rainbows |Party City

Jello Cookies |i Heart naptime

Pot O’ Gold at the End of the Rainbow |TSJ Photography

Double Rainbow Cakes |Cosmo Cookie

Rainbow Topped Cupcakes |Boo Turtle

Rainbow Chocolate Chip Cookies |In Katrina’s Kitchen

Rainbow Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe

Rainbow Circle Garland |Holiday Snob

Rainbow Cupcake in a Jar |Off the (Meat) Hook

Rainbow Cookies |Katherine Marie

St Patrick’s Day Rainbow Cookies |Little Sprout Creations for Hostess with the Mostess

Rainbow Cookie St. Patricks Day Party Favors

Rainbow Dessert Shooter |Tablespoon

lucky charms rainbow desserts recipe

Exploding Rainbow Art |Housing a Forest

Hope this has motivated you to find something fun to decorate or craft with.  I know I’ll be using some of these with my kiddos on St. Patty’s Day for sure!!  (:  Visit all of our roundup posts for more inspiration ideas like our 11 St Patrick’s Day food ideas,

11 St Patrick

and our 18 Carrot Decor and Treats ideas!

carrot decor and treat ideas #easterdecor #springideas

Lolly Jane
Meet Kelli & Kristi, twin sisters and authors of Lolly Jane. We are two busy wives + mommas who are makers of all things pretty. From signs to home decor and holiday crafts or redoing furniture in between soccer practices, we do it all all while armed with an ice cold Diet Coke. Join us in our DIY adventures! XOXO
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  • dm - As an Irish person, I’m a little insulted by this. Saint Patrick is the patron saint of Ireland, and his saint day is celebrated as a national holiday. Many Americans of Irish descent will wear green to celebrate, but rainbows have nothing to do with it – you’re thinking of Lucky Charms, with the rather impolitically correct commercials.ReplyCancel

    • lollyjane - I am sorry, DM- we did not intend to insult you, the Irish or the patron saint of Ireland. I suppose Americans have taken St. Patrick’s Day to mean wearing green + drinking green beverages. A lot of people associate March in general with leprechauns/rainbows (spring) which is why we did a roundup of rainbow craft and dessert ideas. We apologize as this is not meant to be offensive; my husband descends from Ireland and we certainly did not mean to insult his heritage. Thanks for weighing in! (:ReplyCancel

  • Leah - Thanks for including my cupcakes in this round-up. Love all the fabulous ideas!ReplyCancel

  • Cheryl at Snaps of Ginger - I love that felt ball garland. I have a project planned using those that I can’t wait to start.


  • Mindy Cone - thank you for including my rainbow macarons and streamer backdrop!! xoxoReplyCancel

  • Bryn - Thanks for the link! And I totally tried making the Leprechaun cake by Not Martha….did not turn out as cute as hers! Cute blog! Love the collection of rainbow crafts/desserts!ReplyCancel

  • Amy Huntley - Thanks so much for including mine in this HAPPY round up! xoReplyCancel

  • Aida@TheCraftingFoodie - I absolutely love your roundup! I’m pinning so many of the rainbow ideas because my girls are nuts about rainbows – St. Patrick’s Day or not! Thanks!ReplyCancel

  • Jill @ Create.Craft.Love. - Love it, ladies!! We hardly had any overlap!! Great minds indeed!ReplyCancel

  • krisi-www.krisimiller.com - Wow! What a great post, these are all so bright and cheerful.
    P.S. I found you on http://www.tatertosandjello.com link party.ReplyCancel

  • Amy@theidearoom - “I LOVE this! Sharing it on FB with my fans.”ReplyCancel

  • Sue {munchkin munchies} - So tickled to see my rainbow cookies included in this fabulous rainbow round up! THANK YOU! :)ReplyCancel

  • healthy and fun kid snacks - […] We’ve got more ideas on our Kid Snacks pin board, plus check out all of our inspiration roundups like our rainbow crafts + desserts, […]ReplyCancel

  • Shorya - I would just say that these ideas, are colorful, creative and amazingly interesting.. Blown away. :)ReplyCancel

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