Lady Leprechaun Mask – St. Patrick’s Day Craft

Lady Leprechaun Mask - St. Patrick's Day Craft

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Looking for a fun craft to do with your little ones to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day? My daughter and I created this fun lady leprechaun mask, perfect for celebrating this Irish holiday! 



  1. Hold plate up to child and sketch neck area.
  2. Let child paint entire plate, I wiped the “neck area off” before it dried completely, so it looks a little less orange. 
  3. Cut out face area and cut slices in the plate for the hair.
  4. Cut out the hat on construction paper and on index card.
  5. Glue index card on back of hat to make it stiffer.
  6. Glue the rest of the hat together and write Happy St. Patricks Day and the year. 
  7. Hot Glue hat to the top of the plate
  8. Turn the plate over, glue the craft stick on and tape it for extra support.
  9. Our mask was a little top heavy … So I cut so Popsicle sticks in half and hot glued them around the back bottom of the mask for extra support.  
  10. Cut out the middle of the second plate and hot glue it to the backside.  The mask should now be nice and sturdy and ready for play!

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This Post Has 7 Comments

  1. Hattie

    So fun!! We love mask crafts! Its always boy leprechauns, this is great!

  2. Ray

    My daughter loves masks saving for St. Patty’s day!! So cute!:)

  3. Vida

    So fun, love easy crafts! Will do some masks like this with my little’s this weekend! Thanks for the idea!

    1. You are welcome! I would love to see what you and your little one’s come up with! 🙂

  4. Crystal Killoreon

    Fun craft saved to Pinterest! I hope I remember on st patricks day.

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