Get Lucky!

These crafts are sure to make guests smile

By Shannon Fisher

March is a month to create lucky crafts. We made leprechaun binoculars with two toilet paper rolls. Take your paper rolls and paint them or cover them with paper. We used green and decorated with designs of choosing. You can draw, print photos out to glue on, or use stickers. Next, hot glue the rolls together at the sides. You can now use your lucky binoculars to look for pots of gold or anything else you can imagine. We hope you find something good!

Old toothbrushes make great paint brushes. You can use them to make a rainbow that leads to a pot of gold. Pour paint colors onto a plate or pallet. Next, dip the toothbrush into the paint. Use the brush to make a “U” shape for the rainbow. Rinse the brush between colors or use a brush for use color. To remember the order or the colors, think of ROYGBIV—red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet. You can paint clouds or a pot of gold at the end of your rainbow or decorate it as you wish.

Marshmallows make great stamps for little hands to make lucky clovers. We used green paint to stamp the marshmallows to create clovers on our paper. You can make them into cards, tags or a picture to place in a frame. We hope you enjoy making lucky clovers! Note: Discard after painting so little ones do not feel tempted to eat them after they have been dipped in paint.

We hope everyone has a great month full of luck! 

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