St Patrick’s Gnome Leprechaun Toilet Roll Crafts For Kids

St Patrick’s day gnomes make great gifts or decorations around the house on St.Patrick’s day or anytime in March or April (or even all year!). Gnomes are one of the most popular st Patrick’s day symbols and these toilet paper crafts will have you looking forward to St Patrick’s Day. These cute little gnomes can be used at any time – not just on St. Patricks Day! They’re also fantastic toys to play with or friends to bring to a parade!

Fun Fact: A gnome is a mythical creature. Earth elementals are gnomes. Gnomes are comparable to dwarves but shorter. A gnome is like a dwarf, but less tall.

What you will need

  • Toilet roll tube
  • Dark green felt
  • Light green felt
  • Orange felt
  • Yellow felt
  • Glue 
  • Scissors 

Steps 

  1. Cover your toilet paper with green felt

  2. Cut out the hat and nose shapes.

  3. Make your beard by cutting strips from your orange felt.

  4. For the gnomes belly, add some dark green felt

  5. Stick the beard, nose, and hat on top of each other.

  6. Add some yellow and orange felt to make your belt and place it at the bottom of the toilet roll.

  7. Your last step is to cut out two feet and stick them on the bottom of the toilet roll.

  8. You have just made your own St. Patrick’s Day gnome!

Summary 

This article provides instructions on how to make a St. Patrick’s Day gnome using a toilet roll.

The gnome can be made out of green felt and various other materials, such as orange felt for the beard and dark green felt for the belly. The hat, nose, and belt can also be made out of all your colors of felt.

I absolutely love these St. Patrick’s Day gnomes! They are so much fun to make and add a lot of personality to your home during the month of March.

I love that they are also very easy and inexpensive to make – you can probably find all the materials you need at your local craft store.

This is a great DIY project for kids or adults alike, and I can’t wait to make more of them!

Hope you have fun getting creative this st. Patrick’s day!

Lisa

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