Rainbow Seeds from a Leprechaun Round 2

Rainbow Seeds from a Leprechaun has been one of my post popular posts ever. I am getting ready to go on my local news station and so I decided it would be fun to create a couple different ways to package the all popular Rainbow Seeds. Seriously though, how much fun is St. Patrick’s Day? We love it here in Notre Dame country! Today I have a cute little kids treat and then I decided to make a grown up version of it too! There are 2 free printables for you, so just click on the links and download!

Rainbow Seeds

St. Patrick's Day Craft by Every Day is an Occasion

To create these rainbow seeds, I used a pail from Darice and filled it with  Skittles. Then I used this cut from the Silhouette store to cut out a shamrock on  Spotted Core.  If you do not have a Silhouette fear not, here is a template for you to cut some out. Then I sanded the core with my Sand-It tool. I just love how it makes the spots pop just by sanding it!

St. Patrick's Day Kids Craft

Then I used some fun fur to tie around the handle and this free printable on my blog. To print the free printable, I used Core’dinations 8 1/2×11 white 110 lb cardstock. My printer loves it!! To create the flourish cut around the leprechaun tag, I used this Flourish Slim punch from Hobby Lobby.  That’s it pretty easy peasy.

St. Patrick’s Day Treat

Here is another St. Patrick’s Day treat idea that is for a different age range.

St. Patrick's Day Craft by Every Day is an Occasion

This was created the same way as I mentioned above, but I used Sixlets from Darice and a printable I created, which you can download here…  Happy St. Patrick’s Day *Please note* it will take you to another screen and just click the Happy St. Patrick’s Day link then you will come to the printable.

 Happy St. Patrick's Day

Thanks a bunch for stopping by and checking out my projects!

I hope that you are able to use the free printable with some 110 lb white core!

Every Day is an Occasion

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2 comments

    • Noni says:

      Hi from Dublin, Ireland
      Lovely to see the St. Patrick’s Day crafting ideas but just a little note about the shamrock. The picture shows a four leaf clover but shamrock has only 3 leaves this is how St. Patrick told the story of the trinity to his followers. I know its confusing because they look so alike when they are growing.

      Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

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