Easy Leprechaun Trap for St Patrick's Day fun. Made with a cardboard box, a pot of gold and some basic craft supplies.
Crafts and Sewing, Family Life

The Leprechaun Trap

I could have sworn I said I wasn’t going to do it. If I am not mistaken, it was exactly one week ago I SWORE I wasn’t going to help J make his Leprechaun trap. It was optional and I had no desire to go through another special project. If he really wanted to do it, Daddy could help him with it.

But, didn’t we all know I was going to be the one to help him anyway?

I feared not doing it because his teacher and friends had been talking about it, and if he didn’t have to something to share on Friday like EVERYONE else, I would be hearing about it for months!!

I went with what he knew: Mario.

We agreed on a box with a simple trap door in it.

 

Since it is a well known fact that Leprechauns are naughty and do the opposite of what signs say, we went with a simple Keep Off and No Leprechauns to entice them into the trap, even though J originally wanted switches and levers.

Did you know Leprechauns are about the same size and weight as Bowser? Lucky for us, so we could test the trap and he can use it to demonstrate on Friday.

And, we finished with a day to spare.

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