This fun leprechaun binoculars craft will be a great way for kids to go on a hunt for leprechauns on St. Patrick’s Day. Plus, a great way to recycle those toilet paper tubes!
This leprechaun binoculars craft is a fun one to make with kids on St. Patrick’s Day! If you like to build leprechaun traps and go on a leprechaun hunt, these binoculars are a must-do. What a great St. Patrick’s Day activity for kids.
Leprechaun Binoculars Craft
St. Patrick’s Day is a time of mischief and magic, full of rainbows and gold and little leprechauns, it’s a fun one for kids to celebrate.
What you need to make the leprechaun binoculars:
Toilet Paper Rolls
Green Construction Paper
Glue Gun + Sticks
Four Leaf Clover Stickers
String or Yarn (we wanted something soft to go around the kids necks, so we chose yarn)
Everything in this craft was either recycled materials (the toilet paper rolls) or materials from the dollar store.
How to make the leprechaun binoculars
Measure the green construction paper and cut it the length and width of your toilet paper rolls. (One sheet should cover 4 rolls)
Glue the paper onto your toilet paper rolls. Glue the first part of your paper onto the roll, wrap it all the way around and glue to finish.
Wrap and glue pipe cleaner around the end of each roll.
Add your decorations! Buttons, clover stickers & pipe cleaner winding staircase. Let kids get creative with this part!
Glue matching two rolls together.
Punch a hole on the side of each toilet paper roll.
Tie the string or yarn onto your leprechaun binoculars. I simply did a double knot at each end and trimmed the extra.
Have so much fun looking for the leprechauns!