DIY-leprechaun mask for St Patrick's Day
Love not the St. Patrick's Day? It is almost here! It is hard to think of craft ideas, but there are a few good – and we share with you today.It is also a good time to BRIGHT GREEN glitter! Plaid designer Julie Lewis decorate a $1 leprechaun mask that we bought from Jo-Ann Stores with Apple Barrel paint. Gotta love those dollar bins!This project is ideal for kids and also for adults! Your employees will love you, if you jump out of your cabin with this mask before the face. I promise, it will be a big hit!Here's how you make a mask of your very own.Leprechaun maskCollect These SuppliesApple Barrel acrylic paint – Black, Christmas, Green, meat, Crop, Green, kings, Gold, Leaf Green, Valentine PinkMod hodgepodge of glitter, gold Gloss, light green, dark greenRulerPencilVarious brush #1 liner brush, ¼", ½" flat brush, #5, Round brush ½ " stencil sticks leprechaun mask – $1 from Jo-AnnsFoam sticker – $1 from Jo-Anns Here are all the supplies (minus the Mod-smorgasbord). Can't wait to have fun! Paint shown the wooden mask in the colors – use different sized brushes as you need them. Dry brush the cheeks with a stencil brush (Peeling the excess paint on a napkin). to Draw diagonal lines the handle with a pencil. and paint with colors indicated. you Outline the mask in black and paint the details with a liner brush. Apply Mod-hodgepodge, to be the areas to be sprayed – an area at a time. Sprinkle on glitter and tap off excess. Attach the foam stickers and let them dry completely before use. Now you have to celebrate a mask St. Patrick's Day!If you enjoyed this St. Patrick’s Day, check out these other holiday ideas, you also might like:chest of Gold St. Patrick’s day decor lucky Charms bracelet decoupage-St. Patrick’s day wreath easy Green yarn Vase20 Free St. Patrick’s day Printables
Create a fun St. Patrick’s Day leprechaun mask to save from the $1 bin at the craft – as well as some glitter and Mod-hodgepodge!