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Lucky Leprechaun Rocks

I don’t know about you but I could sure use a little more of luck in my life. These Lucky Leprechaun Rocks are fun to make and might just bring that extra bit of luck you have and I been searching for!

lucky leprechaun rocks

Who doesn’t love sparkly things? That is why these are so fun to make. They are easy which means you can have your kiddos help better yet, make one night a craft night and let the kids go wild! Plus these only cost a few dollars and the majority of the items can be found at the dollar store!

Once you’ve made these Lucky Leprechaun Rocks you can make it a game (scavenger hunt) and hide them around your home or yard. It will be something that is completely fun and gets your kids active.

Ready to make your own? Check out the instructions below!

Lucky Leprechaun Rocks

Supplies Needed:

leprechaun rocks supplies


  1. Take your foam brush and paint a thin layer of mod podge onto each rock. I highly recommend placing newspaper on the surface you will be working to avoid getting glue and glitter all with mod podge
  2. Lightly sprinkle some gold glitter over the area where you applied the mod podge.glitter over rocks
  3. Gently tap the rocks to remove excess glitter and avoid clumps.
  4. Allow the area to dry. Once the first area is dry you can work on other sections of the rock until the entire rock is covered in glitter. (I started with the top then worked on the sides then flipped over to do the bottom).
  5. Once your rocks are completely dry you can coat the entire rock with a thin layer of mod podge (it dries clear) to seal the glitter. This will ensure it does not rub off onto other surfaces.

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Rose 's DIY Crafts at FineCraftGuild

Thursday 12th of March 2015

There's nothing that can't be fixed with glitter glue... I've been known to say (tongue n cheek). Love these rocks! I too have painted some rocks gold for 'ordinary' home decoration... (sorry, no glitter) and it is amazing how many comments I have received on them! I bet these rocks here will be the hit of the ST Patricks day party. Thank you for linking it up with us at See you next Saturday!


Tuesday 24th of February 2015

How fun! I want to make some of these and add them to our garden. Would love if you shared this on the Spring Craft Blog Hop.


Tuesday 24th of February 2015

Hi Erlene,

The garden is a great idea. You could even use different colored glitter to add some color and sparkle. I'd love to add it to the Spring Craft Blog Hop do you have a link to that? Thank you!

Lauren @ Mom Home Guide

Friday 20th of February 2015

So cute! Looks like a fun project to do with the kids!


Friday 20th of February 2015

Thanks Lauren! It really is. You know kids- they like to get messy and glitter gets everywhere! LOL