Not only did we all fight the flu as a family, but we also had the opportunity (between naps) to do quite a lot of projects together when our four-year-old was home sick! (Check out our Froot Loop Rainbows!)
What you need: bell peppers (we bought one with three ridges and one with lucky number four), a knife, green paint (we used a few different shades of acrylic, but you can also use tempura), plastic plates, paper, and a paint brush.
By the end, we had mixed the different greens to make marbleized shamrocks.
When we had used every last inch of paper (our four-year-old made sure of it), we took a foam paint brush and used the excess paint to make stems on each shamrock!
We all had a lot of fun with this project and it got us all very excited for St. Patrick’s Day! We hope you enjoy it too!
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