St. Patrick’s Day is almost here and if you’re eager to make those amazing Leprechaun crafts, we’ve got you covered with some of the best ones out there! Whether you’re trying to trap a little leprechaun with the kids or make one there’s something for the whole family to get creative with this green holiday!
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Leprechaun St. Patrick’s Day Craft Supplies:
Here are some supplies you might need on hand for any St. Patrick’s Day crafts. You can make multiple crafts with these supplies so it’s ok to buy in bulk:
- Green Food Coloring
- Construction Paper (green, orange, yellow, black, and white specifically)
- Googly Eyes
- Pipe Cleaners
- Green Felt
- Popsicle Sticks
These adorable handprint leprechauns are super easy to make (if creating with smaller kids you can pre-cut pieces). Plus parents will love them as a keepsake of how little the kids’ hands were for years to come!
Create these durable leprechaun rock crafts and let the kids leave them for others to find! (This is super popular with geo-caching). Adults can draw on the pictures and let the kids then paint the picture!
This popsicle stick leprechaun craft is a bit more complicated so it’d be ideal for older kids/teens to complete this one. There are more pieces to assemble but once done this little guy can be used as decor or gifts for the holiday!
This cute little guy is a great activity for smaller kids to just cut and paste the pieces. Plus after they are done they can play with them as puppets! (You can use orange construction paper instead of yarn if desired).
Re-use those toilet paper rolls and turn them into something festive! Skip the mess with glitter and use solid color construction paper instead. (You can adapt this and use only the toilet paper roll and paints to complete the look)
Check out these useful little guys! Definitely, one for older kids to make, there’s a helpful video to watch along with as you create these leprechaun bookmarks! (Something the kids can create and then use!)
Whether they’re creating plays, rainbow scenes, or more these little leprechauns are sure to fun to play with! Easy to follow steps on how to make, you can pre-cut pieces for smaller kids and pair them with a fun St. Patrick’s Day snack!
You can re-use jars you have already or use mason jars to create these useful little guys. Fill them with candy and treats for St. Patrick’s Day and gift them!
Leprechaun Food Ideas
These Leprechaun foods will surely delight kids of all ages! Fun to make and fun to eat!
Everyone is going to go bonkers to make these edible leprechaun ice cream treats! These are a bit harder to make so little ones will need some help to complete them but it’s so worth it! (You can even find Unicorn ice cream to use for rainbows too!)
Can’t forget to make some edible leprechauns this St. Patrick’s Day right? These little guys are easy to make and will be the talk of the party!
These fun St. Patrick’s Day Leprechaun Pancakes for Breakfast your kids will love! This is also a great way to load them up on healthy fruit in the morning.
Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with this Lucky Charms Drink and Free Printable Tag! Green tinted milk topped off with Lucky Charms cereal will delight any little Leprechaun! The free printable tag reads “you’re my lucky charm.”
Aren’t these ideas perfect for St. Patrick’s Day?
You might also like these St. Patrick Day ideas!
- Rainbow Chocolate Covered Pretzels
- Lucky Charms Milk
- Luck of the Irish Rice Krispie Treats
- Rainbow Donuts
- St. Patrick’s Day Leprechaun Cookies
- St. Patrick’s Day Rainbow Desserts