Rainbow Craft and Treat ideas

We are all about rainbows this season!  For St. Patty’s we typically play with shades of green but we adore all things colorful (obviously!-have you seen Kelli’s craft room??).  Since we shared our fun 39 Rainbow Craft and Desserts ideas last year, 7k+ of you enjoyed it so much we thought a fresh round of 2015 ideas would be fun to add on to our colorful collection!  What is it about rainbows that are just so happy?  We love Kell’s entryway on IG right now…no specific holidays, just plain fun:

Fun rainbow entryway, lots of fun colors! Look at the gumball machine, they're EOS lip balms, lol! data-lazy-srcset=>> Click through for 30+ more rainbow decor and treat ideas!” width=”601″ height=”601″>

Alright, alright, let’s get to the 30+ rainbow decor and treat ideas! So many fun kid craft ideas, decor ideas and yummy rainbow treat ideas!

Click through for 30+ rainbow craft and treat ideas! Lots of fun year round ideas or especially fun for St Patricks Day craft and St Pattys treats!

Lolly Jane

Easy rainbow playdough recipe...only 4 ingredients, just heat and knead then add coloring. Great kids craft, keep kids busy for hours!

Mom on Timeout

Fun and easy, these Rainbow Pretzel Wands take just minutes to make and are perfectly scrumptious! | MomOnTimeout.com

Say Yes

Inside BruCrew Life

St. Patrick's Day boxes, pot of gold, rainbows

Landeelu

Rainbow & Gold St. Patrick's Day Sign | landeelu.com

One Sweet Appetite

rainbow fruit cups. A healthy way to celebrate St. Patricks day

A Little Pinch of Perfect

Paper Plate Rainbow Craft to Learn the Colors of the Rainbow | A Little Pinch of Perfect

Lemon Tree Dwelling

Skittles Rainbow Fudge #recipe

The Casual Craftlete

Rainbow Pom Pom Cake Toppers

Creative Juice

Use streamers and tissue paper to create a rainbow on the wall. | 36 Clever DIY Ways To Decorate Your Classroom

Happiness is Handmade

CCRainbow-Candy-Treats-for-Saint-Patricks-Day

Eighteen25

eighteen25: St. Patrick's Day Craft & Snack Necklaces

Bloom Designs

lucky charm necklace

Hello Wonderful

The First Year Blog

Rainbow Donuts - these fun donuts are made using fruity pebbles, white chocolate and shredded coconut!

Simply Designing

Rainbow Topiaries | a perfect, fun, bright and festive craft for St. Patrick's Day | #stpatricksday #topiaries #felt #crafts

Happiness is Homemade

Rainbow Jelly Bean Treat Bags for Saint Patrick's Day

Smart Schoolhouse

Don't fall for any Leprechaun Trix! A free St. Patrick's Day goodie bag printable

Thirty Handmade Days

Rainbow Fruit Salad Parfaits - colorful, delicious and healthy treat that's perfect for St. Patrick's Day and year round!

Bubble Nature Creations

Rainbow Yogurt Parfait2

Shaken Together Life

Make a fun snack mix with assorted rainbow colored tasty treats! This easy colorful Rainbow Snack Mix is perfect for St. Patricks Day

Liz on Call

Pasta Bracelet & Necklace 4

Paint Cut Paste

The Happier Homemaker

Shaken Together Life

Rainbow Polka Dot Pancakes! Fruity rainbow cereal added to pancakes makes a delicious whimsical breakfast treat!

DIY Inspired

Our Best Bites

Crafty Morning

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Landeelu

 

A Pretty Cool Life via Lolly Jane

Club Chica

tween with rainbow bobby pins @clubchicacircle

 

 

Yummy Healthy Easy

Rainbow Jello Cups | a fun treat to make & serve for a side dish, snack or dessert! #rainbow

Club Chica

Smart Schoolhouse

Homemade Rainbow Shamrock Chips

Hello Wonderful

Need more colorful ideas?? Visit our many inspirational roundups like those 39 rainbow craft & dessert ideas,

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

and if you like PINK, you’ll love these 20+ pink home decor projects,

plus these 20+ DIY home decor ideas rock.

20+ DIY home decor ideas

and our St Patrick’s Day ideas will inspire you too…just check out these 25+ St Patrick’s projects you should make!

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  1. Although all these things LOOK fabulous, they are terrible for our kids. As a nutritionist, I have to say that these things contain all kinds of food dyes which have been proven to be carcinogenic! Are these really what you you want your child to be eating when you could be making them very colorful things with natural ingredients like blueberries, strawberries, watermelon, oranges, grapes, etc. PLEASE, in the future, take this into consideration. A little food dye goes a long way. Use it in moderation if you have to use it at all. Personally, food coloring is not allowed in my kitchen. A really good rule of thumb is that if you can’t pronounce it you shouldn’t be eating it!

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