Irish eyes will smile wherever you hang this ribbon banner. Pots of gold glitter at the ends of Ireland's frequent rainbows!
Learn about Ireland and its popular holiday, St. Patrick's Day. What are some of the country's symbols, legends, and traditional sayings? Choose a few of your favorites to represent on a banner. This Irish Ribbon Banner shows the legend about finding a pot of gold at the end of a rainbow.
On a large piece of white construction paper or posterboard, use Crayola® Colored Pencils to draw a cloud with a rainbow, two hand-size shamrocks, and a big pot of gold. Color them with Crayola Markers. Use your imagination to decorate them with authentic Irish designs and sayings. Add Crayola Glitter Glue for glittering gold and other sparkling effects. Dry.
Cut out all four pieces with Crayola Scissors. Arrange them in the order in which you want them to hang on your banner. Turn them over and run a long ribbon down their backs. Attach ribbon to the pieces with Crayola School Glue. Dry.
Hang your Irish Ribbon Banner in a doorway, in a window, or on a wall.
Irish eyes will smile wherever you hang this ribbon banner. Pots of gold glitter at the ends of Ireland's frequent rainb
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