Make the perfect leprechaun hat with your kids or grandkids this St. Patrick’s Day using an empty toilet paper roll! These green little Leprechaun hats would make great center pieces for a Luck of the Irish Saint Patrick’s day Party! Write a name on each one and use them as a name plate on your green Irish table setting.
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MAKE THIS ADORABLE ST. PATRICK’S DAY HAT FROM A TOILET PAPER ROLL WITH YOUR GRANDKIDS! HERE IS WHAT WE USED TO MAKE IT:
- empty toilet paper roll
- black, yellow, and green construction paper
- green and black craft paint
- gold glitter craft paint
- green pipe cleaner
- green glitter
- craft glue
- basic arts and crafts supplies
Toilet Paper Roll Leprechaun Hat – Step 1
First, paint the outside of the toilet paper roll green, set aside to dry. Cut a strip of black paper for a band to go around the hat. Wrap the strip around the center of the toilet paper roll and secure with glue.
Toilet Paper Roll Leprechaun Hat – Step 2
Next cut out a square of yellow paper, fold it in half and cut another square out of the center. Unfold the first square, this is the buckle. Glue the buckle on the center of the black band on the toilet paper roll.
Toilet Paper Roll Leprechaun Hat – Step 3
Then, cut out two circles from green paper, one slightly smaller than the other, for the top and bottom of the hat. Glue the bigger circle onto the bottom of the toilet paper roll, glue the smaller circle onto the top of the toilet paper roll. After that, cut out a three leaf clover from green paper, spread a thin layer of glue on the clover and sprinkle on green glitter. Let dry.
Now cut out a three leaf clover from green paper, spread a thin layer of glue on the clover and sprinkle on green glitter. Let dry. Lastly, spread a thin layer of glue on the top of the hat, and the bottom edge of the hat. Sprinkle on green glitter and let dry. Use some gold glitter paint on the yellow buckle. Let dry.
Your leprechaun hat is now finished and ready for Saint Patrick’s Day!
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