Every holiday that comes around I always try to find some way to turn the Happy Buddy into something that represents that month. For example, last month I turned the Happy Buddy into a bee for Valentine’s Day.
It only seemed natural in the month of March to turn the Happy Buddy into a…
Savor the cuteness of this little Lepre-cutie. 🙂
This craft couldn’t be more easy.
It’s just a painted paper plate and some construction paper.
I followed the directions from HERE.
Only instead of making a regular leprechaun face, I printed out an 8×10 head-shot of the Happy Buddy (the pic I used was when he was 6 months old in case you are confused by how young he looks. It happened to be a very elf-like picture of him), cut it out, and pasted it on.
What a perfect gift for the grandparents!
Or make one for each of your Happy Buddies and hang them on their bedroom doors on St. Patrick’s Day – what a fun surprise. 🙂
Happy Lepre-cutie-ing! 🙂
What an adorable little leprechaun!
We are totally making these in our house! The grandparents will be really happy to get them!
This is super cute! I found it on Pinterest!
I added it to a St. Patrick’s day blog post and linked back to you!
Thanks a lot!
Love this! We have our Kitchen Fun and Crafty Friday Link Party going on now and would love for you to share this! http://kitchenfunwithmy3sons.blogspot.com/2012/02/kitchen-fun-and-crafty-friday-link_16.html
I just wanted to say I love this idea! In fact I love it so much that I put a link to this post on my blog. If you’d like to check it out the post is http://pinningwithpurpose.blogspot.com/2014/03/leprechaun-beard-pictures.html#more. I love your blog!
This would be great for Thanksgiving using a pilgrim’s hat.
I actually am cutting a big hole so the kids can use it as a leprechaun mask! Fun, thanks!
Happy Home Fairy
Great idea, Laura!!