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Make Leprechaun Craft-St.Patrick’s Day Special!

Are you looking for a way to add a little green to your St.Patrick’s Day outfit? Then give this easy St. Patrick’s Day craft a try! Turn yourself into a leprechaun in just minutes when you make leprechaun craft shaped like a mustache! You can make your own leprechaun mustaches with just a few common supplies and for just pennies a piece. These would be perfect to make at children’s St. Patrick’s Day parties or classroom parties even. Take a peek below and see how you can make leprechaun craft of your own-in this case, mustaches that is perfect for wearing on St. Patrick’s Day!

Make Leprechaun Craft-St.Patrick’s Day Special!

Make Leprechaun Craft-St.Patrick’s Day Special!

 Make Leprechaun Craft with these supplies

Green craft foam or craft paper (just make sure what you choose is firm and not flimsy)
St.  Patrick’s Day paper straws or green paper straws
Craft glue, any kind of craft glue or hot glue will do

Make Leprechaun Craft-St.Patrick’s Day Special!

We found the craft foam we used here at Dollar Tree, while the straws came from Michael’s Craft stores. You don’t have to use straws just like this, in fact, any paper straw will do. Paper straws are nice for this project because they are nice and sturdy but come in many colors and patterns as well. Choose a straw that works for you. As you can see, the supply list for this craft is short and simple, making this a frugal crafting choice.


1. Begin by cutting your mustache out of the green craft foam or craft paper. You can freehand the design, just begin by cutting out a half circle. Then, fringe the flat edge of the half circle.

2. Once your mustache is in shape, you can attach it to the straw. Add a dab of craft glue to the back and press it to the straw. Hold in place until secure.

Two steps is all it takes to craft your leprechaun mustaches. You can now use them as photo props or St. Patrick’s Day parties. Just hold them up to your mouth and smile! If you wish, you can place the mustaches a bit lower and actually use the straws as intended, as straws! You can display your straws when not in use in a colorful vase or basket. They are just as decorative as they are functional.

Making your own St. Patrick’s Day leprechaun mustaches is easy and inexpensive. Give this tutorial a try and make leprechaun craft this St. Patrick’s  Day!




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    Heidi c.
    2 March, 2015 at 11:16 am

    This is so cute! My girls and I are going to have fun making these.

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    Judy Cowan
    4 March, 2015 at 2:57 pm

    Cute craft idea, thanks for sharing it!

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    kareen liez
    5 March, 2015 at 6:37 am

    Sweet! This is lovely and so easy to make! Thanks for linking up to the Bloggers Brags Pinterest Party. I have pinned your post to the Bloggers Brags Pinterest Board

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    6 March, 2015 at 10:27 pm

    So cute! I will have to make these with Miss K. These would be cute to send to school for a fun St. Patrick’s Day Party! Whether you finished them yourself or, sent ‘pieces’ to school for them to finish, these would be perfect! 🙂

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    9 March, 2015 at 10:05 am

    What a cute idea! I’m not sure how well my toddler will tolerate me making him hold one up to his face, but I’m gonna try 😉
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    Natalie @ Threads & Bobbins
    9 March, 2015 at 1:14 pm

    These are so cute and easy to make! I’m not sure why you haven’t posted a picture posing with a moustache though! 😀
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    9 March, 2015 at 2:39 pm

    love these perfect for school parties
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    So fun and easy! Pinning this!

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    13 March, 2015 at 12:01 pm

    Love it!! Reminds me of that little guy on the Dr. Seuss movie, too!! Adorable!
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    Heather H
    13 March, 2015 at 1:13 pm

    Hilarous! I love this idea. I have to make these with my kids next week!

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    these are SOO fun!! I would love it if you stopped by and joined Totally Terrific Tuesday link party!! I am going to include these in a round up that I am doing 🙂
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    Janice Wald
    15 March, 2015 at 2:45 pm

    You’re all set for St. Patrick’s Day. I can only hope I remember to wear green, LOL.
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