leprechaun trap

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Cut out the printed "Gold Coin Inn" sign if you haven’t already, and affix it to the sign base (found on the dark-green template), being careful not to glue down the support piece built into the back of the sign.
Glue the sign to the roof by its bottom tab, and then affix the two roof panels to the roof.
Print out the three templates at full size onto colored card stock (two pages of cream, five pages of dark green, and three pages of medium green).
Print the templates on four colors of cardstock (light green, medium green, dark green, and cream) and follow the scoring guide to fold and assemble the trap.

Let your children use their imaginations and try their engineering skills by designing and building a Leprechaun trap.
Let your children use their imaginations and try their engineering skills by designing and building a Leprechaun trap.

If you trap one of these little, diminutive men you will have your choice of either his pot o’ gold or three wishes! My son and I spent the better part of an hour creating the perfect recycled Leprechaun trap and he was engrossed in the entire process from design to set-up, and he has been checking the trap consistently.
Place your pot o’ gold at the “end of the rainbow” and mark three places to cut the holes that the Leprechaun will fall into (while trying to steal your gold) using your cutting tool.

[…] Catch him if you can with this Shoebox Leprechaun Trap from the Crafting Chicks.
[…] Make a Leprechaun Trap like this one from The Crafting Chicks.
Here are a couple different ideas, if you’d like to set a leprechaun trap this year too! The main point is to have fun and let imaginations run crazy.
These leprechaun trap ideas are just too clever and cute! Your little one must be beside himself with anticipation.
For our second trap we used a pirouette cookie can covered in scrapbook paper (this is a Crystal Wilkerson digi paper I printed off) with a piece of paper sprayed with the gold glitter paint on the inside.
[…] Leprechaun Trap Set this up with your kids and see if you can’t catch a leprechaun.
[…] Leprechaun Trap Set this up with your kids and see if you can’t catch a leprechaun.
Trouble I tell you! In order to put a stop to this we’ve started leaving out a leprechaun trap in the hopes of taking care of this leprechaun once and for all.
Tutorial for making the trap, courtesy of The Crafting Chicks.
For trap #1 we painted a shoe box green and some wooden discs (that I bought years and years ago for a project I never got around to doing) that we sprayed gold.

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A leprechaun dresses in old-fashioned clothes of green, with a red cap, multi-pocketed leather apron, and buckled shoes.
A cluricaun dresses very stylishly with a jaunty cap, large silver buckles on his shoes, beautiful gold laces and pale blue stockings.
However, a leprechaun never becomes so drunk that the hand which holds the hammer becomes unsteady and his shoemaker’s work affected.
Take a net, a cardboard box, green paint, green tissue paper, some pennies and an old shoe.
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There is no mention to be found of female leprechauns in traditional Irish legend, so as to how they came to be .. your guess is as good as mine.
Much treasure was left by the Danes when they marauded through Ireland, and the leprechaun buries it in crocks or pots.
Leprechauns come in two distinct groups – leprechaun and cluricaun.

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The part I liked the best was that both the boys wanted to be sure that when the leprechaun fell through the trap hole he wouldn’t get hurt, so one put grass at the bottom to soften his fall and the other blew up a ziplock bag to act as a mattress.

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Michael dragged the trap out of the bushes, then hauled the heavy thing half a mile to the waterfall, Daniel riding on top and giving directions.
Under Daniel’s direction, Michael built a wooden trap with a door that would snap shut when something entered and with sturdy walls that offered no escape.
These he placed in the trap, and Michael and Daniel settled down to wait the night away.
Michael O’Connor placed the gold in the trap and settled down to wait.
Michael O’Connor dropped his captive, seized the crock, then frowned when he saw only three gold coins inside.
When the trap was finally set, Michael stumbled, half-drowned, back to the warm rock where the leprechaun was dipping his toes in the water.
Michael had long believed that cleverness was better than hard work and honesty, and he smiled as he fingered the two gold coins in his pocket.
"Name is Daniel," he squeaked as Michael tightened his grip.

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On March 17th, the luck of the Irish is yours with these leprechaun-approved St.
Patrick’s Day crafts, desserts, printables and games.

Leprechaun Trap 1: Materials: shoe box, green paint, construction paper, crayons/markers, scissors, glue/tape, small cup or cupcake wrapper (for pot), gold tissue paper/ pennies or toy gold coins (for gold), 1 pipe cleaner, knife, optional glitter Step 1: Paint your shoebox green.
Leprechaun Trap 2: Materials: green and orange construction paper, cookie/candy stick ( available at craft stores), tape, scissors,crayons, glitter, cupcake wrapper, pennies Variation: Instead of orange construction paper you can use cardboard.

Kids will setting this trap and seeing what the leprechaun leaves, so give this fun and frugal St.
Patrick’s Day is an excellent time to try and catch a leprechaun! Kids will love this simple and inexpensive game that will get them in the St.
We were able to find all of these supplies around the house with the exception of the gold chocolate coins.
Begin setting up your leprechaun trap by turning your hamper, box, or basket over.

(3) This trap was designed using a metal strainer, wooden base, post and arm along with a pulley type system.  The idea was that the Leprechaun would grab the golden shamrock at the center of the board .
(10) This trap is a wrapped box that opens from the top and decorated with green wrapping paper, stickers and seasonal garland.
The larger trap is a unique box covered in green and yellow construction paper.
To enhance this trap, try wrapping it in some green or yellow paper and adding stickers or seasonal drawings on the outside.
      I hope that you were able to find a trap to suit your Leprechaun trapping needs.
Why not this 5 colored rainbow hotel? It is a box covered in green wrapping paper with an additional gold box on the front.
The ground was covered with green construction paper and enhanced with glitter, golden ribbons and coins.
(8) This trap is a box covered by silver wrapping paper and adorn with cut-out pictures of diamonds.

You will need to find Oatmeal Container, Felt, Construction Paper, or Craft Foam, Glue, Scissor, Straws, Clay or Play Doh, and Gold Candy Coins.
Valentine’s Day Lollipop Flower Craft – Give your special friend or loved one a lollipop shaped like a flower.
(3) Now glue construction paper, felt, or craft foam all around the rectangular hole.
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Not only that, this cake has a surprise leprechaun trap located in the center of the cake underneath all of those chocolate coins! How fun is that!? She has even built a cute little ladder out of pretzels to lure them in.
Out of all the rainbow cakes I’ve stumbled across, this one should get an award!! Megan managed to make the colorful cake batter look just like the arch of a rainbow.

Every year the leprechauns target us with their pranks.  They have turned our milk green, left green footprints and turned the toilet water green.   We have been trying to capture a leprechaun on St.

With March 17 just a few days away, it’s the perfect time to have the kids put on their thinking caps to come up with a way to trap the little mischief-maker before more damage is done this year.
From green milk at breakfast to green water in your toilets, chances are leprechauns have wreaked havoc in your home on previous St.
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A children’s book that tells the story of the naughty Leprechaun that comes to visit an Irish-American family every Saint Patrick’s Day and the damage he causes when the children try to trap him and get his gold.
A children’s book that tells the story of the naughty Leprechaun that comes to visit an Irish-American family every Saint Patrick’s Day and the damage he causes when the children try to trap him and get his gold.
Patricks, and this is the perfect book!!!!! If you have ever thought about this…where a leprechaun comes to stay in March, and comes to life at night , going on Leprechauncapades lol.) and then you find him in the am….this is the perfect book!!!! so cute!!! Be warned… if your kids have Christmas Elves that stay with them in December, and they read this book…or you read it to them… They will want a Leprechaun to visit them as well!!! In the story the Leprechaun comes March 1.

update: I’m doing some tests in different pan shapes and finding that rounded pans and taller pans (or more cake batter put in an angle food cake pan) doesn’t create the same arch shape.
To form the rainbow in this cake I used the method shown here at Omnomicon which is very simple — separate your cake batter, color each section, then pour it into your cake pan one color on top of the next.
The trouble: Usually when one makes a cake like this you divide the batter into equal parts but that results in the color that went in first spreading out more as it cups around the colors that come on top.
Level off what will be the bottom of your cake, this will also help shape the base of the rainbow arch as the batter will curve under itself creating more of a rainbow horseshoe.

And then you’re saying add another 5, and that would give you what? 5 and 5 make… Student: 10 Teacher (in class): And then you’re saying add 2 more? Student: 12 Teacher (in interview): These kids are able to see that you’re solving for what’s missing.
So when I asked her about it, she said, "well, I was working with the group and they had groups of 3 and I just put 2 groups of 3 together and I thought, "oh, my goodness! I would have never known that had I not asked her what it was she was doing." Teacher (in class): You know what? If I’m thinking about which ones I’m gonna buy, am I gonna buy 10 containers? Am I gonna buy 3 containers? Am I gonna buy 15 containers? What do you think my best choice would be? Then you’re gonna tell me why.
How many until my next friendly number? Student: 7 Teacher (in class): How did you know that so fast? Student: 3 and 7 is 10 Teacher (in class): 3 and 7 is 10! Do you? Now wait a second… what’s my next friendly number gonna be? Student: 40 Teacher (in class): How did you know that? Student: It goes: 3, 4.
Teacher (in class): What’s our mystery number today? Student: 33 Teacher (in class): And what’s one more? Student: 34 Teacher (in class): And what’s one less? Student: 32 Teacher (in class): Man! I was trying to trick him.
Teacher (in class): Ok, so if I had 3 containers and you’re saying… Student: 10 in 1, and then 10 in another, and then another 10 in another.
Teacher (in class): So, Jeanne-Marie is over there with Alexa and remember I told you she had 10 piles of 3? So what did you just say? You thought that you would take 2 piles of 3… Student: And put them in one basket.
Teacher (in class): It makes 30 cause you’ve added it to that 25, and then how many do you have left over from that 6 then? Student: 1 Teacher (in class): And then when you add that 30 and that 1, you get? Student: 31 Teacher (in class): Excellent.
Teacher (in class): And why do you think she did that? What was so important about this lesson and about doing that? Garbriella? Student: It had to be the same amount.
Teacher (in class): How did you know that? Student: Cause 6 plus 6 equals 12.
Teacher (in class): So, what did you do? Student: I put 2 threes in the basket so you would only need 5.
Student: 31 Teacher (in class): 31! How’d you get 31? Student: Because I took away 5 from the 6 and then I had 30 then I just had 1 left and then I made 31.
Student: I counted by twos because at first I was doing them in groups of 6 or something but then I said I don’t think we have enough cubes for that so I don’t know how it could do 5 but maybe we could try doing twos, so I did 2, 4, 6, 8… Teacher (in interview): It’s definitely all about mathematical reasoning.
Pierce, what’s my whole thing? Student: 12 Teacher (in class): 12 is my whole thing.
You’re saying take 1 away to make this… Student: 5 Teacher (in class): 5.
Teacher (in class): How do you have 3 tens? Student: You have 10 and 10.
Teacher (in class): And how do we know that 6 and 6 make 12? Justin? Student: Because you have to take away 1 from the 5 and then take away another 1 from the 5 and then you have 2.
Teacher (in class): And put them in one basket, so she did 6, look at this… Teacher (in interview): She was the only one that had groups of 6.

Adorable lens! Congrats on a very well-deserved LOtD! I won’t be building a trap because I’m part leprechaun myself.
If you want to know if these little green imps are real or merely stuff of legend, building a leprechaun trap would be a fabulous way to find out! On this page, you will find many ideas to spark your own imagination and creativity.
Fun lens! I am going to be building a leprechaun trap with my girls tonight.
If you want to be on their good side why would you want to catch one in a trap?!! Great lens.
Congratulations on LOTD! I always heard that even if you manage to trap a Leprechaun they trick you into letting them go.

Prop the cereal box up with the dowel and hide! When the leprechaun follows the gold trail and ends up inside the box with the pile of gold, pull the yarn which will yank out the dowel and drop the box, trapping the leprechaun inside! Be sure to remind your kids that they are very, VERY fast.
To connect the rainbow path to the cloud, run a bit of glue stick along the underside edge of the path and stick it to the white paper, just under the cotton balls.
Pile some of the gold coins onto the cloud, then create a “bread crumb” type trail of coins from the cloud down the rainbow path.
Using the piece of cardboard you just removed from the cereal box, cover a section with glue stick.
Cover a piece of white construction paper with white craft glue.

One thing is for sure though, if you catch a leprechaun he will lead you to his pot of gold and give it to you as a bribe to let him go.
Remember, leprechauns are tricky fellows, so you must be creative and tricky when deciding on a way to try to catch him.
If you want to catch a leprechaun, you should try to build a trap.
Legend says that leprechauns are shoemakers (also called cobblers).

Whether you catch a leprechaun or not, we want to see your creations – Take a minute and share your trap photo.
Like I explain in my How to Catch a Leprechaun article, the best way to be successful in catching a leprechaun is by being creative.
Don’t get discouraged if you build a leprechaun trap and still do not catch one because they are very tricky and hard to catch.