Are you looking for a little luck until next St. Patricks’s Day? Then it’s time to make a DIY Leprechaun Trap.
This fun trap was made out of items around the house and printables from Whimsically Wonderful. It also was fun to creatively collaborate with Mila and keep the magic of St. Patrick’s Day going.
If there was a classified ad for this DIY Leprechaun Trap, I think it would read something like this…
If you’re a weary leprechaun looking for a comfy place to rest for the night… or next year… You have to stay at The Rainbow Hotel!
Filled with a comfy bed, free gold, and magical decor, you’ll love your stay. You won’t miss The Rainbow Hotel because all you have to do is follow the rainbow exterior and the shamrock on the door.
Plus, it’ll only cost you a little luck.
Honestly, I’d want to stay in The Rainbow Hotel too. I just don’t have too much luck to give.
Anyways, here’s what we used for our DIY Leprechaun Trap:
- Recycled Box and smiley face from Moravian Trail Co (seriously the best candles)
- Printbales from Whimsically Wonderful
- Hot Glue
- Popsicle Sticks
- Pipe Cleaner
Putting this together was really easy, but took some time.
It was a lot of cutting, gluing, and making sure everything looked cute in the right place.
It took us about an hour to cut and glue everything on, but it looked so cute. The best part of making leprechaun traps is everyone’s is going to look different and unique. I think this one celebrates how Mila and I are and view life.
Now it’s time to catch our leprechaun. You can only catch them on St. Patrick’s Day, so make sure you have yours ready!
Do you ever make leprechaun traps? If you do let me know how you made the next day special in the comments.
This is adorable!! My kids love the idea of leprechauns and always try to see if they’re able to catch them!! ☘️☘️This seems like such a fun craft, as well as an opportunity to spend time with my kids doing something they enjoy. ❤️ Thank you so much for sharing!
This is so adorable! Love it! 💚💚
We dont have St. Patrick’s Day celebration. I wonder how this leprechaun trap works.
LOVE THIS! We didn’t make on this year…but maybe today!
I totally love this DIY Leprechaun Trap, the creativity and uniqueness are excellent. Kids will definitely love this.
We didnt watch one but our leprechaun left golden cookies.
I feel bad I never got into traps with my kids. This one looks so cute!
What a fun idea for St. Patrick’s Day!
This is such a cute project. I will have to do do it with my little one.
This is the cutest trap. This is the first year at school my daughter hasn’t made a trap and she was a little sad.
I’ve never made a leprechaun trap before and this looks so fun and cute to do with my kids!
I think these leprechaun traps are such a cute idea. A fun way for the kids to remember the holiday.
That is so cute, my granddaughter would love the name
I love the colours. It’s very playful.
This is such a cute idea! I love the creativity!