Lucky Clover Art

Lucky Clover Art

We’ve done a lot of finger painting lately but we haven’t produced a structured piece of artwork in a long time. For this activity we are going to be channeling our inner Irishman to paint ourselves a masterpiece just in time for St Pattys Day!

What You’ll Need:

  • Finger paints in rainbow colors
  • Paper
  • Green construction paper
  • Scissors
  • Glue

Start by cutting out a shamrock from your green construction paper. If your child is old enough to use scissors, trace a clover onto the paper and let them cut it out! From here this takes no time at all so be prepared for how quickly your kids will finish!

Instruct your older kids to paint stripes on a piece of paper in the order of a rainbow. For the little ones, we suggest squirting your colors out on paper in the correct order and letting them use their hands to finger paint!

Lucky Clover Art

Lucky Clover Art

Lucky Clover Art

Once your artwork has dried, glue the shamrock to the middle of the paper. Hang it on the wall or fridge and you’ll have an adorable decoration to pep your kiddo up for the holiday! To be honest, my kid’s turned out better than mine! See for yourself below.

Lucky Clover Art

Lucky Clover Art
My toddler’s masterpiece…

 

Lucky Clover Art
…is better than mine!

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