Pinch Proof St. Patrick’s Day Paper Wearables
Don’t get caught without your green on St. Patrick’s Day! No worries… as long as you have a printer you can print out these easy-to-wear St. Patrick’s Day embellishments.
I was always caught on St. Patrick’s Day with no green in my wardrobe, and would have to come up with some silly way to add green to my clothes.
Just print and cut and you’ll be pinch-proof for sure!
Click the image below to download the free printable PDF! Tip: Use heavy paper/cardstock if you have it for added durability.
These printables are now available here.
There are so many things that I love about this free Easter pillow box, but at the top of the list is the egg-shaped window that gives a peek to the colorful treats inside (Jordan almonds are one of my all-time fave candies!). Spring has always been my favorite season, mostly for the exciting bursts of color that slowly start to make their way back into the world. The window in this box is easy to make and allows you to let all of those wonderful colors show through.
How to Make Your Box
To make the Easter Egg Pillow Box, print both the box and the folding guide. Cut out both templates and line up the folding guide with the backside of the pre-designed box. Now you can use your bone folder to score along the dotted lines. (Note: If you don’t have a bone folder, use some other object with a blunt tip, such as a knitting needle, to make your score lines.)
Next, use an X-acto knife to carefully cut out the egg shape above and below the “Happy Easter” banner. Once your window is cut, cut out a rectangle from the plastic page protector slightly larger than the egg window. Add a thin cut of tape to all sides of the plastic rectangle and carefully place over the window hole (be sure to tape it to the backside and not the front!). Now you can continue assembling your box as usual.
Mardi Gras Masks
We’re having a snow day on this Fat Tuesday so what better way to spend the day than by coloring some Mardi Gras masks!
I prefer to print these out on some good heavy paper and hot glue them to a wooden dowel or long Popsicle stick. But, if you prefer you can use a hole punch to cut holes on each side and tie on an elastic string to hold on to your head.
I’m using my time today to fiddle around with things, and in the process, I decided to print up these colorful note cards. Decorative and utilitarian…a winner for sure.
I’m thinking I’m going to do this more, which is why I included #1 in the title, but I’m notorious for not following through with things, so there’s that.
Ahh…Now download and print your file. Then you can sit down with whatever delicious hot beverage you prefer and jot down a little note. Or a list.
Leprechaun Photo Booth Props
St. Patrick’s day is a great excuse to have a party (if you really needed one) and nothing says party like photo booth props. We’ve created these Lucky Leprechaun photo booth props for your St. Patty’s day enjoyment!
Download for free for your personal use.
Print the PDF out and you’ll be ready to get your leprechaun on in no time! Most of the shapes can be cut with sharp scissors, but you may want to use an x-acto knife for the striped shamrock shades.
Here’s what’s included in the file:
- Green leprechaun bowler hat
- Green leprechaun top hat
- Orange leprechaun beard
- Green shamrock glasses
- Green shamrock shades
- “Kiss me, I’m Irish” speech bubble
- Dark green bow tie
- Green bow tie with yellow dots
- Black pipe with shamrocks growing in it
Have fun with these and be sure to share the photos you make!
Click here to see all of our St. Patrick’s Day Printables.