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Craft Leprechaun Hats

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Craft Leprechaun Hats

  Found this fun kids craft on Classic Play.   Materials: Green Construction Paper School Glue (such as Elmer’s) A Glue Stick Gold Glitter Scissors A cereal bowl (to trace) Invisible Tape (optional) Step 1Start making your buckle first so the glue for the glitter will be drying while you make the rest of your hat. To make your buckle, cut out a rectangle about 3 x 2 inches. Inside your rectangle cut-out another rectangle to form a hollowed-out buckle shape. Cover the buckle in school glue then sprinkle on gold glitter. Shake the excess glitter off the buckle and...

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Shamrock Mason Jars

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Shamrock Mason Jars

  Found this great craft on Mason Jar Crafts Love.   Materials: Pint Size Regular Mouth Mason Jars   Quart Size Regular Mouth Mason Jars   Gold Metallic Spray Paint   FolkArt Kelly Green Acrylic Paint   Toothpicks   Medium Tip Paint Brush 1. Spray Paint Jars Gold 2. Use a thin tipped brushed to create a dot of paint. 3. Create a second dot of paint.   More here.

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Kids Watercolor Shamrock Clover Cards

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Kids Watercolor Shamrock Clover Cards

  Found this fun craft on Hello Wonderful!   Materials: Watercolor paper (you could use cardstock as well, just be sure it is a bit thicker) Blue and yellow watercolor paints Water Small containers Plastic eye droppers or pipettes (you can find these in educational stores or drug stores) Water Heart-shaped punch (You could also use scissors to cut your own hearts.  Heart punches are often on sale after Valentine's Day!) Glue Pencil crayon Blank card set Smock Craft tray   Directions: Don your smock.  Put your watercolor paint into your containers and dilute them with water, according to the...

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Eire Go Bragh Ireland In A Jar

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Eire Go Bragh Ireland In A Jar

  Found this fun craft on Sadie Season Goods!   Materials: Mason Jar tinted in green (or any color you like) Reindeer moss Faux Moss Stones Gravel (a wee bit) Felted Kerry Sheep Kitchen Tongs To find out how to assemble it go here.  

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St. Patrick's Day Pot Of Gold

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St. Patrick's Day Pot Of Gold

  Found this Great St. Patty's Day Craft on the 36th Avenue.   Materials: Mini terracotta pot Black acrylic pain Sponge brush Mod Podge Gold glitter Shamrock sticker or vinyl cut out Rolo candies to fill Step 1: Begin by painting your terracotta pots with the black acrylic paint. It took two coats to cover. Step 2: Once dry, apply a thin layer of Mod Podge along the inside of the lip. {I use sparkle Mod Podge when crafting with glitter!} Sprinkle with gold glitter.   More directions here!

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