four-leaf clover handpainting

Quick and Easy Four-leaf Clover Painting Activity

With St. Patrick’s Day right around the corner, I’ve been trying to do a couple of holiday-related projects with my son like the pb&j leprechaun sandwich you see below. He has a bit of the Irish in him from his mom’s side of the family so it’s only fitting that he knows what a four-leaf clover is.

leprechaun four-leaf clover handpainting

Back to the four-leaf clover painting. As you can imagine the project is pretty simple. The only supplies you need are green paint, heavy white paper, a gold Sharpie, and a sponge brush to spread the paint on his hand.

four-leaf clover handpainting

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Here’s what we used:

Brody really enjoyed having the paint rubbed all over his hand and then making his handprint on the paper.

four-leaf clover handpainting

The whole process only takes about ten minutes, which is great considering he has the attention span of a flea.

four-leaf clover handpainting

After the four handprints were finished the stem was painted to complete the clover.

four-leaf clover handpainting

My wife added the ’Brody 2017’ and ‘Lucky’ in gold Sharpie. She’ll argue this point, but her writing is much nicer than mine.

four-leaf clover handpainting

After the masterpiece finished drying we added it to a freshly painted frame.

four-leaf clover handpainting

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