Homemade Leprechaun Trap Ideas for Kids
Let’s get creative with some craft sticks! This trap door is a super sneaky and inventive way to catch a leprechaun behind some rainbow colored walls.
How could a leprechaun resist a ride in a mini hot air balloon, right? This DIY guide will show you how to make a little green LED hot air balloon for what he’ll imagine to be the perfect getaway.
Leprechauns love to play and get into all sorts of thrilling adventures, so a super slide is the perfect temptation for them! The little washi tape flag detail is an adorable highlight of this awesome art project.
This sweet Leprechaun garden can be a place of respite for a leprechaun or a trap in a serene disguise… up to you! You can decorate it however you want- the sky's the limit on this kid craft.
- KiwiCo’s DIY Leprechaun Trap
Lure a tricky leprechaun under these fluffy cotton ball clouds and pipe-cleaner rainbow with some gold coins cut from gold glitter foam. Our homemade trap is oodles of fun for this St. Patrick’s Day!
This is an easy project idea for anyone looking for a recycled materials craft. You can go ahead and dig through your recycling bin for this one and use your imagination to figure out what would work best for this pulley system.
A trap that’s effective and magically delicious- yum! For this craft, you’ll need a miniature leprechaun hat, green cardstock, a pipe cleaner, Lucky Charms, stickers, and hot glue (or tacky glue).
- Tissue Box Leprechaun Trap by Mombrite
Here at KiwiCo, we love easy upcycling art projects. This Saint Patrick’s Day, try out this step by step guide on how to make a leprechaun trap out of a tissue box.