Leprechaun Traps

It’s March HowDoesShe Gals!

That means its time to get ‘lucky’! Sounds tempting, doesn’t it? Okay, we’re talking about St. Patrick’s Day which means lots of green, clovers, rainbows, pots of gold, and of course – PINCHING! Ouch. When did that tradition start? Hmmm… I’ll need to google that later.

We are ready to HOOK YOU UP with some fantastic and FUN ideas that will be sure to have you seeing GREEN this St. Patrick’s Day.

1. Grow Your Own Clover

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This is brilliant!! I am going to be doing this with my kids. Alison shares her smart idea to actually grow your OWN clover at home with your children. It’s a simple and inexpensive activity that will get you all in the “lucky” spirit! Yes, we’re letting you in on this fun idea early enough to actually SEE your little clover peeking out well before March 17th. Maybe you’ll even find a four leaf clover. How amazing would that be?

St. Patrick’s Day Projects

leprechaun traps Who knew there were so MANY neat ideas for making St. Patrick’s Day even more magical? Missy has compiled some of the best ideas on the web in this fantastic post. You`ll find out how to make leprechaun water, discover how much fun an Irish doll can be, and find some cute printable games to play with  YOUR little leprechauns! Oh, and keep an eye out for what one tricky little leprechaun does to Missy`s furniture!

Leprechaun Traps

Leprechaun Traps I think this must be one of the BEST ideas around. A Leprechaun trap. There are so many ways to snatch up those little critters. I`m sure YOUR kiddos have a lot of ideas of their own. Missy showcases some fantastic traps that are sure the score you some pots of gold – and some big smiles from your little ones.

St. Patrick’s Day Decorating Ideas

leprechaun Traps Shelley does everything in style, and St. Patrick`s Day is no exception! Read how she spruces up the house to celebrate this lucky day. You’ll be feeling ‘green’ with envy, I’m sure!  ;)

Free St. Patrick’s Day Download

leprechaun Traps To make your own St. Patrick’s Day decorating even easier, we are hooking you up with these adorable FREE printables! Hang them on the wall, stick them on a cupcake, or wear them as a tiara (okay, maybe not that last one) for a quick “green” make-over! You’ll be sure to avoid being pinched!

“End Of The Rainbow” Layer Cake

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If you don’t catch a leprechaun with your sneaky traps, you’ll be sure to find one sitting on his pot of gold at the end of this rainbow cake! If you don’t find a leprechaun, you might just find ME there! LOL! This is the perfect way to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, am I right? Or ANY day, as far as I’m concerned! YUMMO!

Now you should be set for when March 17th rolls around. And if you aren’t sure what to wear, follow the Irish tradition! In Ireland on St. Patrick’s Day, people traditionally wear a small bunch of shamrocks on their jackets or caps. Children wear orange, white and green badges, and women and girls wear green ribbons in their hair. If you don’t have that, then just wear a smile on your face and a twinkle in your eye! Then you might be mistake for a Leprechaun! Happy crafting!

Leprechaun Traps

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  1. March 2nd, 2011 at 7:47 pm
    Heather says:
    Oh wow, I can't tell you how much I love your website. Can't wait to continue to follow you!

    Thanks so much,
    Heather
  2. March 13th, 2011 at 6:53 pm
    DDinDFW says:
    Our Kindergarten teachers have been doing Leprechaun Traps similar to this for at least 8 years. Both my sons have been so excited when they've caught the leprechaun's shoe, etc. And, both sons have had a leprechaun follow them home on St. Patrick's day and bring them a clover plant! ;^) Last year's clover plant is still alive!
  3. March 24th, 2011 at 12:33 pm
    Taylor Jones says:
    Love, love, love the leprechaun trap! We did it this year and it's now a household tradition! Another craft we did was a St. Patrick's day hair bow for the girls. I found the idea here: http://www.redtri.com/st-patricks-day-recipe-and-craft-project-from-alexandra-hedin if you want to check it out for next year. It was so easy we made a bunch for the girls to hand out to their classmates!
  4. March 9th, 2013 at 1:25 pm
    Urban says:
    The rainbow cake is going to be sure to please. Getting kids to craft things is always a good thing, but I wouldn't have thought of a leprechaun trap. You are giving me all sorts of inspiration to start decorating for the upcoming festivities.
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