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Lucky for you, these leprechaun hats wish everyone a Top O' the Mornin'! Kids create madcap fun to celebrate wearing green.
Party on St. Patrick's Day---or whenever leprechauns and fairies gather at a rainbow's end! Make and wear this hat when you're in a festive mood.
With a Crayola® Crayon on green construction paper, draw an oval large enough to fit on top of your head. Cut it out with Crayola Scissors. Save the scrap paper. Cut a point at the front of the hat. Cut a small U in the back. Draw feathers on the scrap paper.
Decorate the hat and paper feathers with crayons and Crayola Glitter Glue. Include Irish names and symbols, rainbows, pots of gold, or other designs that remind you of leprechaun adventures. Dry.
Bring the two sides of the U opening in the back together. Glue with Crayola School Glue. Hold the hat together with a paper clip until dry.
Cut out the paper feathers. Glue them to the back of the hat so they stick up and show from the front. Dance an Irish jig while you search for shamrocks!
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