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Paper Plate Leprechauns

We made these adorable leprechauns for our hallway bulletin board. Of course, they might be a little cuter if I had painted the plate instead of leaving it white, but still I love them!

It's amazing how each child chose to draw the mouth to bring out the character of his/her leprechaun.


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