Free Printable Leprechaun Letter to Child

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This fun St. Patrick’s Day printable leprechaun letter to child is a great way to create a fun new holiday tradition in your family!

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If you’re looking for a fun way to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with your little leprechauns, make sure you download this printable letter.

Holiday traditions don’t have to be extravagant or expensive, simply grab this free pdf file, print it out and pick up a few dollar store items to create a leprechaun trap. Kids of all ages are sure to have fond memories of Saint Patrick’s Day after incorporating this easy tradition in your household.

Make sure you also check out our free printable Leprechaun Trap signs to help catch your little friend!

How to Use this Free Printable Leprechaun Letter to Child

Free printables are a fun and simple way to create budget friendly holiday traditions in your home! Your kids will have so much fun thinking of leprechaun trap ideas, and waking up to see if they caught their little leprechaun.

To use this free printable Leprechaun letter, fill out the form below with your email and you will immediately receive a digital file. You can then download your printable and print it out on regular printer paper, or add some green construction paper to the back for an extra festive look. For best results, print your letter out on a thicker paper like cardstock.

Full preview of the Free printable leprechaun letter to child which reads "you can't catch me, I'm way too tricky! Although your plan was pretty sticky! Your trap was impressive and pretty neat, so I didn't escape without leaving a treat!"
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Leprechaun Trap Ideas

The first thing you need to do before heading to bed the night before your St. Patrick’s Day celebration is to set a fun trap to capture a leprechaun. The best part is that your trap does not need to be complicated! In fact, the simpler the better in most cases when creating memories with small children.

Set your own trap by setting out some chocolate gold coins or Lucky charms. You can make your own pot of gold by purchasing very affordable little black pots or cauldrons at most dollar stores.

Use pipe cleaners to create the end of a rainbow where the pot of gold will await the capture of the leprechaun. You can even create a printable card that says “free gold” to entice your leprechaun even more!

You can set the St. Patrick’s day mood by playing Irish music and decorating your home in a St Patricks day color…GREEN everywhere!

There are so many fun ideas to create your end of the rainbow and trap your leprechaun! Check out some more leprechaun trap ideas here.

Supplies Needed for your Leprechaun Letter

There are so many different craft supplies and fun ideas for your Leprechaun trap! These are simply suggestions to get you started and totally optional.

  • Chocolate Coins
  • Coloring Page
  • Printable Activities
  • Pots of Gold
  • Lucky Charms
  • St. Patrick’s Day Crafts
  • Four-leaf Clovers
  • Leprechaun Hat
  • Printable Leprechaun Trap Letter (Instant Download, Fill out the form below)
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What’s Included on this Free Printable Leprechaun Letter to Child

This super cute St Patrick’s Day printable will help you make memories for your kids! It’s free for your personal use and can be used in so many different ways.

Once you fill out the form above, you will receive an email with the PDF to download.

The printable letter includes adorable images and text that says:

“You can’t catch me,

I’m way too tricky!

Although your plan

was pretty sticky!

Your trap was impressive

and pretty neat, so I didn’t

escape without leaving a treat!”

Your kids will love this fun letter! Keep reading for some ideas of treats to leave behind with your printable leprechaun letter.

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St Patrick’s Day Activities and Printable Game Ideas

When your leprechaun leaves his letter, you will want to provide a special treat as a fun activity to create memories on St. Patrick’s Day.

This treat does not have to be candy, and does not need to be anything expensive!

In fact there are several fun ideas that your leprechaun can leave for the kids to find the next morning that will leave a lasting impression.

A few new ideas for your leprechaun to leave behind include:

  • Leprechaun printables and coloring pages
  • Fun games
  • St. Patty’s Day Word Search
  • Leprechaun worksheet with Alphabet Activities
  • Small activities from the craft store
  • Candy or Toys from the dollar store

Here are some free St. Patrick’s Day printables that you can use!

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More Ideas for your Leprechaun House Visit

There’s no need to feel like you have to go overboard for this little leprechaun surprise, but if you’re looking for more ways for your leprechaun to create mischief, here a few easy ideas.

  • Serve green eggs and ham: A St. Paddy’s Day tradition for many, serving green food can be a fun surprise for your leprechaun to leave behind. Plus, an added bonus is that breakfast is planned and done!
  • Dye Milk Green: Serve breakfast with a side of green milk! This is a very easy way to add some extra green to your morning breakfast.
  • Make Lucky Charm Pancakes: Have you seen these adorably delicious Lucky Charm pancakes before? Add them to the menu and your kids will definitely be thanking your leprechaun!
  • Place Green Footprints: Use construction paper to create tiny green footprints throughout your home, to prove that the little leprechaun was in fact here!
  • Dye the Toilet Water Green: Another popular idea for leprechaun mischief is to add green food coloring to the toilet bowl. Your kids (especially boys) will find this pretty funny!

Get the Free Printable Leprechaun Letter to Child by filling out the form at the bottom of the page!

No matter how you decide to use your free printable Leprechaun letter, your kids will squeal in delight when they wake up to find out that they had a special visitor!

My goal is always to help you create simple memories and fun ideas with your family, using free printables. Make sure you check out more St Patrick’s Day Printables here, and let me know if you used the printable letter.

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I’d love to hear how you used your free printable, and what are some popular ideas that you do around your house to show that the leprechaun stopped by?

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