TRIM THE LEPRECHAUN BEARD CRAFT

Trim the Leprechaun Beard Craft 

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Although St. Patrick’s Day is an Irish holiday and tradition, kids all over love celebrating as well! Perhaps it’s the promise of gold at the end of the rainbow or catching that crafty leprechaun with a trap.

St. Patrick’s day is not only a fun holiday for kids (and adults), but also a reason to talk to kids about the cultural meaning behind it and do some crafting as well!

This Trim the Beard Leprechaun craft is a fun coloring project and fine motor scissor cutting activity!

It’s super easy to set up with your FREE printable leprechaun template.

Grab some coloring pencils, yarn and scissors and get ready to style your leprechaun beard!

TRIM THE LEPRECHAUN BEARD CRAFT – MATERIALS:

INSTRUCTIONS: 

Scroll down to watch the video below or follow the written instructions: 

Step 1. Print out the free template. 

Step 2. Color your leprechaun. You can also give him some decorations (optional). We added a mini pom pom in the center of the shamrock.

Step 3. Cut equal lengths of yarn, enough to cover his beard. Make it long so it’s fun to cut 🙂

Step 4. Grab 3-4 strands at a time and hot glue to the beard until it’s covered. 

Step 5. Have your child practice scissor skills by trimming the leprechaun beard! How about some braiding too!

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Watch the step by step Trim the Leprechaun Beard Craft below: 

 

 

TRIM THE LEPRECHAUN BEARD CRAFT

TRIM THE LEPRECHAUN BEARD CRAFT
This Trim the Beard Leprechaun craft is a fun coloring project and fine motor scissor cutting activity! It’s super easy to set up with your FREE printable leprechaun template.

Instructions

Step 1. Print out the free template. 

Step 2. Color your leprechaun. You can also give him some decorations (optional). We added a mini pom pom in the center of the shamrock.

Step 3. Cut equal lengths of yarn, enough to cover his beard. Make it long so it’s fun to cut 

Step 4. Grab 3-4 strands at a time and hot glue to the beard until it’s covered. 

Step 5. Have your child practice scissor skills by trimming the leprechaun beard! How about some braiding too!


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