How to Make Leprechaun Binoculars for St. Patrick’s Day

St. Patrick's Day leprechaun binoculars for kids

On St. Patrick’s Day, I’m  going to make an official leprechaun hunt for my 4-year old. I’m sure his brother will join him on the adventure. I found these adorable binoculars by Love Your Littles and thought my boys would love them. The boy can use them for their leprechaun hunt. This activity can be done indoors or outside depending on the weather. I am going to tape leprechaun feet I purchased at Target throughout the house for the boys to follow.  At the end of the hunt, there will be a leprechaun trap filled with goodies.  These fun activities make holidays so special with the boys. I’m sure your family will enjoy them too! Follow the steps below to create your own leprechaun binoculars for St. Patrick’s Day.

DIY leprechaun binoculars

  • Toilet paper rolls (2)
  • Green cardstock
  • Craft glue or hot glue gun & glue sticks
  • Scissors
  • Embellishments (pipe cleaner, sequins, pom poms & stickers)
  • Hole Punch
  • Yarn
supplies for leprechaun binoculars
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  1. Measure your paper and cut it the length of your toilet paper rolls.
  2. Glue the first part of your paper onto the roll, wrap it all the way around and glue to finish.
  3. Glue your rolls together to make the binoculars.
  4. Use the embellishments to decorate the binoculars.
  5. Punch a hole on the side of each paper roll.
  6. Double knot the yarn at each hole and trim the extra. Your child can now enjoy playing with their leprechaun binoculars.
DIY leprechaun binoculars for kids
DIY leprechaun binoculars for kids
DIY leprechaun binoculars for kids
St. Patrick's Day craft for kids
St. Patrick's Day crafts for kids
Use these adorable binoculars for a leprechaun hunt on St. Patrick’s Day or dramatic play with other items. Let the kids use their imagination to have fun with this simple art project.
Looking for more ways to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day? Visit my Pinterest board or check out these fun activities:
DIY Leprechaun Trap
DIY Shamrock Wreath
St. Patrick’s Day Sensory Bottles
Ways to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day
You can also check out my St. Patrick’s Day segment with Good Day Tampa Bay here. I demonstrated some fun holiday crafts with the viewers of Fox 13.

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