This St. Patrick's Day Collection is perfect for all of your little ones! I made an elaborate maze with lots of things to discover along the way, simple rules, and little jokes. There is an enjoyable search and find in my original art style. Finally, there is a geometric coloring page. If you are looking for something fun to do this weekend, this is a kid-friendly collection, easy to start, inexpensive, and fun!
I have been doing a lot of different kinds of projects lately, but recently decided that I should be more selective about what I make and what I share on social media outlets like Facebook or Instagram. As a result, I am putting a more significant focus on strengthening my products. Below are three activities that you will find in my St. Patrick's Day Collection.
The Search and Find
"May you have all the happiness and luck that life can hold—and at the end of your rainbows ay you find a pot of gold." -Irish Blessing
This image is really filled with all the cliche symbols of St. Patrick's and luck charms. Beginning with a pot of gold and ending with a rabbit's foot (rabbit still attached, of course.) One of my favorite hidden charms is the four-leaf clover among a field of three-leaf clovers. As always, there are gags hidden about the image. In fact, the object of my search and finds is more about exploring the picture and everything in it than simply completing the item list.
Other things to look out for are a few charms with particular cultural significance. They may be obscure and hard to spot, so there's one for clever adults.
There are many things to find, enjoy, and color on this page.
The Maze "Pot of Gold"
This maze is a little tricky in terms of the rules. However, your child does not need to follow the rules. Your child can simply go from start to finish, which is challenging enough. There is a locked door along the path, and you must first find the key to pass through it. For those who want an additional challenge, the gimmick I use here is that you cannot cross your own path.
The Coloring Page
This coloring page is something more like a typical geometric pattern and image. I first drew the geometric pattern using symbols from the holiday. Then I drew a stylized unicorn in the center. The result is festive and fun for coloring in any medium.
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Hi, my name is Cory Shaw. I am an author and illustrator of books and book covers for children.
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