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Puffy Paint Leprechaun!

March 1, 2017|Posted in: Coloring Pages, Crafter's Corner, Happy, Healthy, Smart Kids!

Puffy Paint Leprechaun!

St. Patrick's Day Coloring Page

Puffy Paint Leprechaun

March is the time to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day!  From the Love My Big Happy Family collection of Puffy Paint Coloring Pages, here is a fun Leprechaun that you can use with Puffy Paint! Kids love to use puffy paint because it adds so much fun and 3D texture to their paintings. We made orange paint to use on Mr. Lucky’s beard!

This is a perfect activity for your St. Patrick’s Day Party.  Make one to hang on the fridge to decorate the house for St. Patrick’s Day.  Color the rest of the picture with crayons, markers or colored pencils or paint it with tempra paints.  Then mix up a bunch of puffy paint for the  beard, hair and eyebrows

Make Your Own Puffy Paint Leprechaun!

Printable Coloring Page

St. Patrick’s Day Puffy Paint Leprechaun Coloring Page

Here’s What You’ll Need:

  • Washable White School Glue
  • Shaving Cream
  • Washable Tempera Paints (you can also use food coloring but be careful because it stains).

Here’s What to Do:

  1. Mix equal parts glue and shaving cream, until you have the the desired texture.
  2. Add paint or food coloring, just a bit at a time until your puffy paint is the color of your choice.
  3. Print pictures on cardstock ( to make them sturdier).
  4. Give the kids paint brushes and let the fun begin!!

 

You can get a FREE PUFFY PAINT LEPRECHAUN COLORING PAGE HERE!

 

You might also like Puffy Paint Snowman.

Here are some related products from Amazon that you might like.  Just click on the photo or the description to be redirected to Amazon where you can purchase the products.

The Night Before St. Patrick’s Day

Ten Lucky Leprechauns

Melissa & Doug Easel Accessory Set – Paint, Cups, Brushes, Chalk, Paper, Dry-Erase Marker

Elmer’s Liquid School Glue, Washable, 1 Gallon, 1 Count

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1 Comment

  1. Grammy Dee
    March 3, 2017

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    Now we know how to make puffy paint! Cute print out too! Thank you Lori for sharing this post at the #WednesdayAIM #LinkUp #BlogParty. I shared it on social media.

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