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.
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.
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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.
The whole process only takes about ten minutes, which is great considering he has the attention span of a flea.
After the four handprints were finished the stem was painted to complete the clover.
My wife added the ’Brody 2017’ and ‘Lucky’ in gold Sharpie. She’ll argue this point, but her writing is much nicer than mine.
After the masterpiece finished drying we added it to a freshly painted frame.