Leprechaun Footprints on the Toilet (Fool Your Family This St. Patrick’s Day!)

leprechaun footprints potty toilet

I laughed out loud the first time I saw this funny St. Patrick’s Day craft. How funny would it be to fool your kids with Leprechaun Footprints on the potty? Marsha at Differentiated Kindergarten shows us how to make Leprechaun footprints.

Thank you for sharing this fun idea, Marsha! (Leprechaun Footprints on Toilet)



  1. Julie Wood says:

    I love this! This is so funny and cute. What a funny way to make the kids laugh on St. Patrick’s Day.. I want to do this funny thing!

  2. Carrie Phelps says:

    I love it!

  3. Oh, this brought a much needed smile to me this morning. I bet big kids would love this too. I just might do this to fool my husband. Thanks for sharing.

  4. lauren p says:

    This is a cute idea… I’m always looking for new ways to mess with my kids! lol

  5. That is super duper cute!

  6. Adorable! This would be such a fun family tradition to start.

  7. Haha, that’s so cute! I think I have some green food dye…

  8. LOL! Love it! I would love to trick everyone in house that a tiny man came, left no gold and instead used our bathroom for business and left! And that’s so clever to use the side of a hand made into a fist to make the print for a foot! I’m definitely going to keep this in mind! It’ll be a funny surprise!

  9. Oh my goodness this would be so funny for younger kids, I love this idea.

  10. This is the best St. Patrick’s prank ever. I laughed so hard when I saw the picture. I can’t wait to try it on my kids. Thanks for sharing.

  11. super cute idea!

  12. Jennifer Mae Hiles says:

    Ha Ha Ha! I love this. Now I have some plans of my own for St.Patty’s day! My kids/husband will get quite the surprise on Sunday morning! Thanks for sharing, this is too cute.

  13. This is such a funny idea to do for St. Patricks Day but dont be surprised if the little one asks what happened to the leprechaun LOL

  14. Sandy VanHoey says:

    haha, such a cute idea. Wondering what my 5 year old grandson would think in the morning

  15. what a crackup! I know that kids think bunny tracks are real, so why not have some fun with this!!!

  16. Thanks for sharing my family’s St. Patrick’s Day fun on your own site. I actually just got home from painting little feet all over my kindergarten classroom as well so I’m getting all kinds of practice today.
    Happy St. Patrick’s Day

    • Hi Marsha! I loved this idea the second I saw it and knew my blog readers would, too. It is hilarious! I love creative teachers like you and appreciate your taking the time to share your ideas with us. Hope your kids enjoyed the footprints this year! -Nicole

  17. Hannah C says:

    Awww haha this is so funny and cute!! I love it!

  18. md kennedy says:

    Just saw this post – a bit late for St. Paddy’s Day, but I can think of so many other ways to use the concept: we celebrate Greek Easter so I could put bunny prints on the toilet!

  19. Robin Wilson says:

    I know it is way past St. Patrick’s Day, but I had to read this! My great-niece is about ready to lose her first tooth. I think this could be adapted to be from the tooth fairy with pink! How cute this is! Kids are so fun!

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