It has been said that if you’re lucky enough to catch a leprechaun, he not only grants wishes, but surrenders his pot of gold. Holy Leap’n Leprechauns Batman! Did you ever think that you could really catch one?
The Suburban Mom will show you how you can, and if you want to catch a leprechaun, there’s no time to be a wasting.
Can you keep a little secret? Good, then this is just between us. Jen, the creator of this terrific trap reveals, “of course, you can’t actually catch a leprechaun (they are too quick)”. She says: “if you are lucky, he will leave behind a few gold coins (AKA shinny pennies, gold chocolate coins, etc) as evidence of his quick escape”.
Hurry on over to her blog for the leprechaun trap building plans that will thrill your kiddos and maybe start a new tradition at your house.
A Little Leprechaun History for Kids
We all know that leprechauns have played a central role in modern St. Patrick’s Day celebrations.
Leprechauns first appeared in medieval texts, and are a type of fairy native to Ireland. His small stature helps in evading capture; by the time humans realize something is amiss, he’s out the door! At some point in time, this little symbol of Ireland became a secular mascot for St, Patrick’s Day. Also, this legendary little green man has no connection to the Catholic saint.
May the luck of the Irish be with you finding a leprechaun or not! A wish that every day for you will be happy from the start and may you always have good luck and a song in your heart. May good fortune be yours, may your joys never end.