February 27th, 2013

St. Patrick’s Day Lucky Lunch Box Printables


{True confession}  I’m not really Irish . . . but I do love holidays and the chance to do something special for family and friends. Sometimes it’s small and simple little extras that keeps things fun. I’ve never been one to go “all out” for St. Patrick’s Day- just some green pancakes or a “little something” tucked in a lunch box.

Today, I’ve got a “little something” for each of you.  Here’s your chance to do your own “little something” without a lot of fuss!  We’ve created a fun collection of tags and printables for your family lunch boxes.   All you have to do is print them out to attach a little fun  and create some magic on St. Paddy’s Day!  You can use one, or use them all, we just hope they bring lots of hugs and smiles your way!

 

St. Patrick’s Day Lucky Lunchbox Printable Collection

 

First,  send a Kiss for Luck in a lunch box or your husband’s pocket:

 

 

 

How easy to add a note to a granola bar – Lucky to Have You!

 

I’m Over the Rainbow for You works especially well with Skittles:

 

A cute Lucky Straw Banner will definitely add some fun:

 

There are also a couple other Lucky tags you can add to bring a touch of magic to anything in your Lunch Box!

 

We hope you have a magical and fun St. Patrick’s Day!  Download the St. Patrick’s Day Lucky Lunch Box Printable Collection HERE (link updated 2/14)


 

In case you forgot, we might also love this Lucky Charm Tag and Snack Bag Topper from last year~ just add to Lucky Charm Cereal {easy!}

 


4 Responses to “St. Patrick’s Day Lucky Lunch Box Printables”

  1. Too cute! I especially love the Kiss for Luck with the chocolate kisses. Thank you!

  2. Very cute! Too bad at Patrick’s day is on Sunday this year!

  3. These are too adorable to keep to myself…so I didn’t! The link has top billing in my St. Patrick’s Day crafts post. WOW!

    http://fractionista.com/2013/03/02/7-lucky-st-patricks-day-craft-ideas/

  4. I love your printables! I’m using these this year on Friday to give a touch of St Patricks Day fun to the school week. I’m planning my Sunday dinner as we speak. So far: Red Roasted Potatoes with pesto topping, creamy broccoli soup with shamrock crouton (both from Parents magazine) and Key Lime Pie for dessert. Not sure what else to do- maybe pesto chicken?

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