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St Patricks Day Dollar Store Craft

February 14, 2018

St Patricks Day is one holiday that doesn’t get a whole lotta love. Create this St Patricks Day dollar store craft using green cups, contact paper and some etching cream. This post contains affiliate links. Thank you for your support.

This months theme for our Inspire My Creativity is Dollar Store Crafts. Show us what you’ve got at the bottom of this post. For me, I’m going to show you my easy St Patricks Day dollar store craft using just about everything from there.


Cut your stencils using your electronic cutter. I created a square and then sliced my shamrock image into the middle. If you have Cricut Design Space, the file is available above all sized for your.Clean your glasses with some rubbing alcohol to get it squeaky clean. Peel off your stencil and place it on your glass. Take your foam brush and dip it into your etching cream and paint it on. Don’t be afraid to glop it on. Mine wasn’t so I’ve got spots that aren’t etched. Once you’re done, just rinse it under warm water and peel off your stencil. These are now dishwasher safe so go for it! These are such fun to have at a St Patricks Day table setting and filled with green milk or even some lucky beer!

Now for the link up. Go ahead and visit all of the co-hosts and see what project they did and add your project to the link below.

Cathy  |  A Boy and His Mom
Meg  |  The Kusi Life
Candice  |  She’s Crafty
Jaclyn  |  The Dotted Nest
Victoria  |  Dazzle While Frazzled
Sydney  |  Tastefully Frugal
Lindsay  |  See Lindsay
Julia  |  The Quiet Grove

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St Patricks Day End of the Rainbow Cupcakes

March 3, 2017

These rainbow cupcakes were such a dream to make and they look so fun with the color variations on the inside. Your kids will be going crazy for these delicious rainbow cupcakes and asking for more gold once they’ve eaten them all gone. This post contains affiliate links. Thank you for your support.

Rainbow cupcakes are such a fun addition to any party or any part of your day. Celebrate sunshine with these easy to make rainbow cupcakes.


Make these fun Rainbow Cupcakes for a party or for St Patricks Day. So delicious and easy. Only on frenchiewraps.comWhat I used is the Duff Goldman Tie Dye mix and just mixed it according to package directions. I separated the batter into 6 different cups and added the included color drops as directed to the cups. I used my 1 Tbsp. scoop and added them into the cupcake wrapper in the order of the rainbow .Make these fun Rainbow Cupcakes for a party or for St Patricks Day. So delicious and easy. Only on frenchiewraps.comI preheated my oven to 350 degrees and baked them for 20 minutes or until you press down in the middle and they bounce back up. Allow them to cool completely and then ice them with some of my secret weapons, bakery bought cream cheese icing!

I topped them off with some gold coins from the dollar store but you could even get more fancy and use the gold coin chocolate. That’ll send you into more of a sugar high!Make these fun Rainbow Cupcakes for a party or for St Patricks Day. So delicious and easy. Only on This recipe is perfect for St. Patrick’s Day party food or even a Rainbow themed kids party. I know it’s technically a tie-dye mix but change it up and add a little sunshine to your life.

End of the Rainbow Cupcakes

Make the perfect St. Patricks Day Rainbow cupcakes or use them for a rainbow themed party. They're so fun!

Course: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Keyword: cupcake, dessert
Servings: 24 cupcakes
  • 1 box Rainbow Cake Mix
  • 2 cups prepared Cream Cheese Frosting
  • 1 package gold coins
  • 1 package gold cupcake liners
  1. Make the cupcakes according to the package instructions. Scoop out a tablespoon at a time into each cupcake liner. Try and keep the colors as smooth of a transition as possible and try not to let the colors bleed into one another.

  2. Allow the cupcakes to cool completely before frosting them.

  3. Use a large, round tip and a piping bag to get a smooth finish on your buttercream.

  4. Top with gold coins and maybe gold sprinkles!