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Monday, March 11, 2013

Leprechaun Poo


I discovered this idea on a lovely blog that I follow and I just had to try this fun project as a St. Paddy's Day gift for our Grandchildren:)
I know it's a little gross but I love to make the grandchildren laugh!! 
It is so easy and my hubby and I giggled the entire time making these little gifts.
We bought some apple green jellybeans, a few chocolate gold coins and a jar for each grandchild:) 
We filled each container with the jellybeans and dropped the coins inside.


We screwed on the lids and my hubby painted a sweet little clover on the top of the lids.
Now came the fun part, we amended Amber's funny little poem to this.

We spied a little Leprechaun outside on the lawn. 
We hurried to catch him for we knew he would soon be gone. 
We tiptoed very quietly and sprint toward him with a swoop.
He shook his fist at us and disappeared,
All but a few gold coins and this pile of little green poop.

And taped the little poem to each jar:)
I know, we are really bad!! Totally out of control!!!
But... 
 I can't wait for the Grandkids to receive these funny little gifts!






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To see Amber's original post from Crazy Little Projects click here!!







44 comments:

  1. I think these are darling! It's fun when grandma has a sense of humor. Lucky grandkids!

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  2. Just pinned this idea! It is so great for my grandbabies too! :)

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  3. Very cute idea! Happy Monday!!

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  4. Very creative and I know they will love them. Nothing is more fun then doing things for the grands. I so miss the fun we had when they were little. It makes a big difference when they are grown.
    QMM

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  5. stumbled on your blog via the blog hop at:
    http://www.thethingswefindinside.com

    these are VERY cute and very creative!!

    http://mscomposure.blogspot.com
    http://www.infinitelifefitness.com

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  6. Those are going to be great big grins on those faces! They will just love this and so fun that you did it together. Thanks for sharing!

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  7. This is so funny. I think The Boy may get jar of Leprechaun poo this year. My favorite part--that "Leprechaun Poo" is written in such a fancy, elegant script at the top of your post.
    Thanks for linking!

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  8. I am so doing this for Grandboy! Thank you for sharing.

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  9. Sweet and thoughtful of you.

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  10. Mmm I'm at that in between time - kids too old, but no grandkids yet! You never told me you were married to Picasso? {He did a fabulous paint job on the lids!} They are very cute, Evelyn!

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    1. Thanks for linking this cute idea up at Jamie's ALL MY BLOGGY FRIENDS party, Evelyn!

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  11. What a cute idea! I think I'll do it for the people at work!

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  12. Oh my I am laughing so hard! My grandson would get a kick out of this! Such a cute idea.

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  13. lol, love the poem! Maybe I have time to make and send some to my nieces and nephews!

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  14. Evelyn~ Great and fun idea! My Grandson will love this:) Lynn @ Turnips 2 Tangerines

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  15. This is such a fun idea! We would love to have you share this at our Strut Your Stuff Saturday link party at sixsistersstuff.com! We hope to hear from you soon! -The Six Sisters

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  16. This is EXACTLY what G & G's do....a little naughty/a little off the home radar LOL
    I really love this idea for my older grgirls.....preteen and the St Patrick's Day 15th Birthday for my oldest! They will absolutely LOVE this!
    Thanks, Evelyn....(and Amber)
    Joan/Gramcracker

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  17. I can't wait until my granddaughter is old enough for something like this. That's what grandparents are for right? Very cute idea!!


    Penny at Green Moms and Kids
    http://greenmomsandkids.wordpress.com

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  18. These are very cute! I love the idea.

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  19. What a cute idea! Stopping by from the Shh... It's Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop

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  20. Too cute! I shared on my Grandma's Briefs Facebook page. Couldn't resist. Thank you for sharing in the GRAND Social! ♥

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  21. This is adorable and will be very cute project for my SUnday School class! They will love it!

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  22. HAHA My three year old would love this, but then I'd have to hear all about the green poop for days and weeks! Don't worry though, isn't being naughty and encouraging the grand-kids what being a grandparent is all about! =)

    Thank you so much for sharing this at the Oh HAPPY Day link party!

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  23. Hysterical!! I love love love the poem!! I can't wait to do it with my daughter when she gets a little older! Pinned! Visiting from Daisy Cottage Designs link party.

    http://homemakeraudition.blogspot.com

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  24. We craft with ribbons and others craft with FOOD! Thank you for creating such a crafty recipe! We are featuring you and 15 of our other favorite Foodie Post today in our Crafty St. Patrick's Day Food Art projects from some of our favorite Bowdabra Friends!

    Congrats!
    Susie @Bowdabra
    http://bowdabrablog.com/2013/03/13/16-st-patricks-day-crafty-recipes/#

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  25. This is such a cute idea! Will definitely keep this in mind!

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  26. Cute. My kids would love this!

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  27. Lol, that is so funny. The grandies are going to love em :) It's a but like the time I put choc covered peanuts in a pile at my sons bedroom door(behind the flour footprints) at easter and told him the easter bunny pooped on the floor!

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  28. LOL, LOL, girlfriend, this is a hoot and a half - can't stop laughing!

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  29. Just letting you know that I featured your amazing project today. Thanks for sharing it on The Inspiration Board and have a wonderful weekend.
    http://carolynshomework.blogspot.com/2013/03/the-inspiration-board-link-party_15.html

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  30. Haha!! This is too cute! Thanks for linking up to my Show Off Your Shell Party

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  31. Cute -- those handpainted clovers are very artistic,too! Thanks so much for linking on busy Monday!

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  32. Such a cute idea! I did it, but with pear jelly bellys. Unfortunately, those are my favorite and will probably get me in trouble. :)

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  33. Super cute idea! Thanks for sharing this at The Weekly Creative.

    Shannon @ Sewing Barefoot

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  34. Hi Evelyn,
    These are just adorable little treats! Have a great St. Patrick’s Day and thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday.
    Come Back Soon!
    Miz Helen

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  35. hAa wonderful way to scoop the poop LOL. Thank you for sharing your lovely blog at the Thursday Favorite Things blog hop xo

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  36. Super cute! Thank you for sharing on Party In Polka Dots! The party will be up in a bit! You might want to check out our features... ;) Hope you are off to a great week!

    Shelley

    piggyinpolkadots.com

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  37. What a fun idea! Love it ;-) Thanks for sharing at Family Fun Friday!
    Monica
    http://happyandblessedhome.com

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  38. How stinkin' cute :) I bet the grandkids got a kick outta these!

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Thank you so much for your sweet comments:)))