Looking for St. Patrick’s Day crafts? Make these rainbow candy treats using colorful pill cases from the dollar store. Don’t forget to download the free printable tags.
Who wouldn’t like to find a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow?
I can’t help you with the leprechaun’s treasure, but St Patrick’s day crafts are another story. And this one is pretty sweet.
A rainbow of Skittles candy…and at the end some gold chocolate coins.
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This St. Patrick’s Day craft is a fun gift for anyone with whom you want to share luck and good fortune. It would also be great favor for a rainbow-themed birthday party, school party or for teacher appreciation.
I’ll show you just how easy and inexpensive it is to make these candy treats in the video below. But first, let’s gather our supplies supplies:
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- Rainbow stackable pill case (I bought mine at the dollar store, but you can also find one here)
- gold curling ribbon
- card stock
- circle craft punch
- hole punch (I used a 2.5-inch punch)
- 2-inch round labels from OnlineLabels.com
- printable shamrock and pot of gold tag
- Skittles Wild Berry & Tropical candies
- Chocolate gold coins (quarter size or smaller)
Now let me show you how to make the treats in this Crafty Hangouts video, sponsored by OnlineLabels.com.
Didn’t I tell you these St Patrick’s Day crafts were easy to make?
I’m including two different free printable tags with this tutorial — a shamrock and a message tag that reads, “May you always find gold at the end of the rainbow.”
Click on the links below to download the size you need.
Happy St. Patrick’s Day and good luck finding that pot of gold at the end of the rainbow!
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