Leprechauns and St. Patrick’s Day go together like peanut butter and jelly. So, why not gather the kids around the table and make some of these fun leprechaun crafts for kids?
Who knew that there were so many different ways to make Leprechauns?!
Check out these fun Leprechaun crafts for kids ideas below.
I am sure you will find at least a few that you already have all the materials for right at home.
Before you know it your house will be covered in these lovely St. Patrick’s Day decorations!
Popsicle Stick Leprechaun Craft – Crayons & Cravings
The kids will love making these cute leprechauns out of craft foam, popsicle sticks, and pipe cleaners.
Leprechaun Craft Puppet – I Heart Crafty Things
I Heart Crafty Things shows you how to turn a regular envelope into a cute leprechaun craft puppet.
Puffy Paint Leprechaun Craft for Kids – Crafty Morning
Who doesn’t love crafting with puffy paint? Your kids will love making this Puffy Paint Leprechaun craft.
Surprise St Patricks Day Craft – PLAYTIVITIES
Kids will love this St. Patrick’s Day Craft that is made with just empty toilet paper rolls, paper, cotton balls, paint and glue.
Handprint Rainbow and Leprechaun – Fun Handprint Art
Kids love putting their hands in paint, so you know they are going to just love making this Handprint Rainbow and Leprechaun.
Paper Plate Leprechaun – The Kindergarten Connection
This fun and easy Leprechaun craft uses paper plates and tissue paper.
Leprechaun with Feelings Craft – J Daniel 4’s Mom
Create a festive Leprechaun complete with interactive changing emotions! This is truly a one-of-a-kind education St. Patrick’s Day craft.
Puffy Paint Leprechaun Craft – I Heart Crafty Things
This fun paper plate Leprechaun craft uses puffy paint for the Leprechaun’s hair and beard.
Paper Bag Leprechauns – Toddler Approved
This fun Leprechaun craft helps toddlers to work on their scissor skills by cutting out strips of paper for the Leprechaun’s beard.
Leprechaun Hats – Meaningful Mama
Once the little ones put these cute Leprechaun Hats together they can enjoy wearing them and pretending they are a Leprechaun!
I hope you found a few Leprechaun crafts for kids that you think will be perfect for your little ones.
For more St. Patrick’s Day crafting ideas check out these Shamrock Craft Ideas and Rainbow Craft Ideas.
Enjoy your family crafting time and have a very happy St. Patrick’s Day!
Which Leprechaun craft will you be making with the littles this year?
These are all so cute. I love using the paper plates because I have a zillion and they are so inexpensive it is a cheap craft project.
Amy Green says
Your crafts are super awesome! I never thought of leprechauns as St. Patrick’s Day crafts. The most out teachers had us do were four-leaf clovers. These will be great for kids I sit for. This will make a really great rainy-day activity.
Christy G. says
Oh, super cute. St. Patrick’s Day is coming up?!? Thanks for posting!
Jeannie Pratt says
These are adorable. Will have to try.
Wanda Tracey says
These are so super cute.I am always on the lookout for cute crafts to do with my grandchildren.
Sarah L says
I like the one with the mustache best. All are very fun.
denise low says
These would be great to make with our grandkids. They would love to make these.
Richard Hicks says
They are cute and nice little project for the little ones.
These are great, we will be having fun making, thanks.
barbara parker says
I love these craft ideas. My son teaches kindergarten so I pass them along to him.