St. Patricks Day Printable Signs & Treat Tags
I have been so busy I did not even have a second to post the custom tags I did for my son’s class for Valentines Day and the very few things around the house I did… I will eventually get around to that so it’s accessible by the next time Valentines Day runs around. I am so bummed I did not have time to do that, so, I’m posting for St. Patricks Day early! [The treat bag tags are in the lower half of this post!]
I’m in the middle of planning fun Easter celebrations, but Easter is so close to St. Patricks day this year! I figured I’d take advantage of the next few weeks and focus on St. Patricks Day until time to switch over very quickly to Easter. I’m excited this year for all of the green and gold because our new house has lots of green and I absolutely love decorating each space here. I also love any excuse to send treats with my son to his sweet little class and teachers.
I have a glittery gold frame that I keep at our bar & I change the sign in it frequently for each holiday or celebration. I designed two for St Patricks Day – each designed to be in a 4×6″ would be cute even displayed on your fridge or used as a little 2-sided card. (To use this file, just click the photo below & save it to your computer, it is ready to print!)
St. Patricks Day Treat Tags
I found the most adorable little cauldrons on Amazon that would be perfect for Halloween, too as a little witch’s brew party favor or treat holder. But I thought how cute for a little pot of gold for St. Patricks Day!?
I got super cute little gold and green coins to add to the ‘pots of gold’ and designed a little tag to attach with gold ribbon. I have added the digital file for you to save and print as needed!
So easy & cute for little treats for anyone. Would be cute for a neighbor gift, too! Just trim along the light gray lines and use a hole punch and cute ribbon to attach to whatever treat you have in mind! They attached perfectly to the cauldrons we used.
I hope to find time to keep doing more projects like this that you can enjoy with your family. Our 2.5 year old helped me, like he does with most projects & he loved doing it, too. Happy St. Patricks Day!