DIY St. Patrick’s Day Leprechaun Juice Boxes

Looking for a cute craft to make for Saint Patrick’s Day?  Check out these adorable St. Patrick’s Day Leprechaun Juice Boxes!  

Make them for a classroom party, or make just one and hide it in your child’s lunch box for a fun St. Patrick’s Day surprise. They are easy enough for children to make independently and would be a cute classroom craft project for a St. Patrick’s Day party too.  

My daughter and I whipped up a whole stack in less than half an hour! Good thing they are fun and easy, since we’ll be making more before St. Patrick’s Day… my kids couldn’t stand to wait until our St. Patrick’s Day celebration and already drank them all up! 

St Patrick's Day Leprechaun Juice Boxes

Supplies:

Craft supplies

  • Juice Box
  • Tape
  • Scissors
  • Green, Yellow, and Black Construction Paper

Directions

Remove the straw from your juice box and set it aside.

Cut a length of green construction paper the same height as your juice box. Wrap the green paper securely around the juice box, taping it shut at the back of the box.

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Cut a 1 inch strip of black construction paper.  Wrap it around the middle of the juice box, taping in the back to form the Leprechaun’s belt.

St. Patty's Day Juice Box

Cut a 2 inch square piece of yellow construction paper.  Tape it to the front of the juice box at the center of the belt.  Use double sided tape or a glue dot if possible, otherwise wrap regular tape into a donut so it will stick to both the juice box and the belt piece.

St. Patty's Day Leprechaun

Cut a 1 inch square of black construction paper, taping it on the juice box onto the center of the yellow square.

Juice Box Craft

Tape the straw to the back of the completed Leprechaun.

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That’s it!  Super easy and cute Saint Patty’s Day Leprechaun Juice Box.

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About the Author

I’m Amanda, the homeschooling Mama of 6 children ages 10 down to newborn. I’m also a Momtographer, amateur seamstress, and blogger. Come visit me at Big Family Blessings where I blog about our fun and often chaotic life.

Comments

  1. That is such a fun idea, and I love how easy it is!! I will have to tell my sister in case she is in charge of the party for her daughter at school!

  2. How cute. I will have to make these with my daughter. Thanks for sharing.

  3. What a cute craft. Definitely looks like fun!

  4. These are so cute and would be perfect for St. Patty’s parties at school.

  5. I just love these!!! I may have to make these for our preschoolers classroom!

  6. So cute! What a fun treat for St. Patricks Day

  7. These little juice boxes are so cute! I saw them on Pinterest earlier today and had to share them!

  8. What a cute idea!

  9. How adorable!! These are too cute. What lucky little drinks. :)

  10. Those are super cute St Patricks Day crafts. And so simple too! I love it.

  11. What a cute treat for kids! I bet these would be a hit at a school party.

  12. So great for a classroom party, sleepover, anything really. FUN!

  13. oh gosh these are wicked cute!! I may have to make these for prek next week

  14. Sooo cute, what a fun idea…my little ones will be surprised when I set them on the table..thanks for sharing

  15. What a cute idea, BTW love your daughter’s nails!

  16. Angela S says:

    This is such a clever idea and so cute. I had to pin it!

  17. This is truly a wonderful post. I never thought of this idea before and the best thing about it is that you make it so simple to do. Thanks for sharing this fun idea. :)

  18. I really do love crafts that kids can make themselves and be proud of! Perfect :)

  19. What a fun way to dress up a juice box for the holiday!

  20. These are super cute. :) Easy too. Bookmarking!

  21. My kids love to decorate their juice boxes!

  22. These are so adorable! What a fun treat for the kiddos!

  23. This is such a cute idea. I think I might do it for my kids school class.

  24. What a really clever idea. I love it!

  25. Those are so cute!!! My son’s teacher would love this idea for their classroom celebration! Pinning!

  26. Super cute idea!!

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