Four ideas for pretty leprechaun traps!
How to make the tiniest rose gold ladder, rainbow mailbox, and more!
Pretty Leprechaun Traps
Countdown to St. Paddy’s Day celebrations is on! Over the next couple of days, we’ll be setting up our leprechaun trap (watch my Instagram for that), doing this Interactive St. Paddy’s Day Craft and whipping up our Lucky Leprechaun Smoothie. I’m also going to attempt to make some green pancakes via a recipe I found right here.
Today I wanted to show you four pretty leprechaun traps and introduce you to the creators that made them. I highly suggest giving these women a follow for more creative inspiration and fun ways to celebrate different holidays with your kids.
Kristen Sellentin, Digital Creator + DIYer
Kristen always has super creative ideas for embracing the holidays with your kiddos. I love everything about this trap, but most especially that adorable rose gold ladder which she made with straws and a hot glue gun. Find all the products to pull this together right here.
Katelyn Showalter, The Show Gals
Katelyn is another talented mama and digital creator I love following for super beautiful and easy DIYs. The traps above and below are both hers. Find the how-to on the rainbow one (above), including two free printables for the signs right here. Get the DIY for Katelyn’s ‘Gold Deliveries’ mailbox leprechaun trap right here.
Kelsey Klos, Klos + Co
Kelsey is a party planner, blogger and mom from California with all sorts of fun ideas! I love this leprechaun trap she whipped up using a white basket, different colour ribbons, this gold garland, and a rainbow party plate.
Pin this to your St. Patrick’s Day Activities boards and follow me on Pinterest here.
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