Rainbow Seeds from a leprechaun!

This weekend we had a Matilda Jane Trunk show. Have you heard of Matilda Jane clothes? They are super cute!…seriously all around comfy, they hold up, and super darling! (They also have adult clothing, which I love!) We decided that the Matilda Jane Trunk show needed to have a theme! Since it was in the month of March we decided to have a St. Patrick’s theme! We had crafts and fun St. Patrick’s themed food…. I will post more about the the party later, but I just wanted to share a little treat that the leprechaun dropped off to us!

Rainbow Seeds!!!!

The leprechaun said he got his inspiration via The Busy Budgeting Mama.

St. Patricks Day Kid Treat by Every Day is an Occasion

For this design the leprechaun decided to use a cut from the Silhouette Online Store to create the clover. The Rainbow Seeds text and picture was created by the leprechaun…printable at the bottom of this post.

St Patricks Day Kids Treat

Inside the brown little baggy is a candy that I guess tastes like Skittles with a sweet note from the leprechaun…

St. Patricks Day Treat by Every Day is an Occasion

The kids really enjoyed them and even said that they now were more joyful after their snack from the leprechaun!

Rainbow Seeds by Every Day is an Occasion

 

Simply right click on the image and save to your computer, print, and punch out with the Flourish Slim Punch from Hobby Lobby.

Have you started to think about St. Patrick’s Day? Do you have any traditions for St. Patrick’s Day?

Thank so much for stopping by today!

Have a super fun day!

link love: Sunday Funday, Paper Issues, DIY Dreamer, Lil Luna, I heart Nap time, Decorate to Celebrate, I Gotta Create, Simon Says Stamp, DL.Art, More than favors, 3 girl jam, Kraft Journal, Die Cuttin Divas,

 

 

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Jill

is the owner and operator of Every Day is an Occasion LLC. She designs for paper manufacturers and teaches craft classes. Her projects can be seen on the Disney Blog, HSN, WSBT tv, and published in craft magazines. She enjoys spending time with her husband, 2 children, and Rhodesian Ridgeback.

Comments

  1. Oh my! These are just too cute and checked out the link to your trunk show… I may have to deviate from my Gymbo norm .. . . :-)

  2. This is so super adorable – what a lovely idea. Have a great week. TFS

  3. Very, very cute!
    Pam
    scrap-n-sewgranny.blogspot.com

  4. This is sooooooo very cute!

  5. Can you please send me the rainbow seeds document. What a geat idea for the kids lunch

  6. This is fantastic! Thank you so much for this post! I am going to make these for my Daisy Girl Scouts!

  7. LOVE these, Jill!! Thanks so much for the printable too — We’ll definitely be using these for some special treats this year!! :)

    BIG HUGS,
    Amy :) at http://www.lovetocrop.com
    (checking ya out from the Linky Party!!)

    • You are so welcome! Thanks so much for stopping by! If you end up using it leave me link so I can check it out! Smiles, Jill

  8. What a super fun project! Thanks for the printables. My students will love these!

  9. OMG! such a fun and great idea for the kiddos!! Thank you for joining us over at Decorate to Celebrate!
    Hugs,
    Norma

  10. These are so awesome, Jill!! I love, love the idea!! I wish I had some rainbow seeds right now!! Thanks so much or joining us at Decorate to Celebrate!! Have a great evening :)

    Hugs, Lisa
    A Mermaid’s Crafts

  11. So cute and so fun!!

    Thank you for partying with the Wildly Original Crowd.
    <3 Christina at I Gotta Create!

  12. Oh WOW!! I just love it Jill!! So fun!!

    Thanks for sharing this at The DIY Dreamer.. From Dream To Reality! Can’t wait to see what you link up tomorrow evening :)

  13. This is SUCH a cute treat bag! I love them! Thanks so much for playing along with us over at the Simon Says Stamp Challenge Blog!

  14. What a great idea I love these candies also! I just finished linking up to your post
    Thank you for joining my DL.ART Thankful Thursday Anything Goes March Linky Party
    DIANA L.
    http://dianamlarson.blogspot.com

  15. Karen Letchworth says:

    These little treat bags are just as cute as can be! I so wish I had somewhere to hand out such a cute treat, but I don’t (and my kids are too old for this), so I guess I need to look forward to Grandchildren cuz I would LOVE to be able to make something this cute and sweet and have someone to share them with. They’re truly adorable. Thanks for sharing with us this week.
    Blessings,
    Karen
    The Kraft Journal

  16. What a super fun idea/ very cute in the gold pot. Thanks for joining us at Die Cuttin Divas

  17. Super cute!thanks for playing along with us at DCD!

  18. Adorable!

  19. These are super fun! Thanks for joining us over at 3 Girl Jam Challenges! DT Member Carri~Abusybee

  20. This was such a great idea!! Thanks for linking up with 3 Girl JAM!

    Julie
    http://3girljam.blogspot.com/
    http://3girljamchallenge.blogspot.com/

  21. what a clever idea!! love that paper clip too! thanks for linking up with us at 3 Girl Jam challenges!

  22. teachdanz says:

    what a clever idea and I just adore that paper clip! thanks for joining us at the 3 Girl Jam Challenge blog!

  23. We featured this project in one of our recent newsletters, and it wound up being the top project of February! Thanks so much for letting us link to you–hopefully you got some great traffic from AllFreeKidsCrafts!

  24. Thank you for the rainbow seeds print out….this is perfect for my secret pal gift at school!!!

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