St. Patrick’s Day Printable!

Skittles are perfect for St. Patrick’s Day…all those rainbow colors!  I paired them with one of my personal favorites, gold-wrapped Rolos for a super fun gift…for friends, neighbors, teachers, and more!  I also created a fun tag, and free printable, just for you!!!

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I save all of my Crystal Light containers, which I LOVE to re-use for all sorts of gifting and organizational purposes.  I love the lids, how easy the wrappers are to take off, their size & shape, and that they are see-through!  If you don’t have any, or want something smaller, try a jelly jar, other small mason jar, or a baby food jar/container.

I layered the candy starting with the Skittles first–in rainbow order–then added the Rolos on top.  I didn’t put the Rolos on the bottom, because the Skittles fell through the larger holes and the presentation wasn’t as nice.  I printed the printable, punched a hole in the corner, and tied it on my container with a piece of red gingham ribbon.  I cut pieces of ribbon to represent all the other rainbow colors, and tied them around the center knot of the red gingham.  I suggest using thinner ribbon if you’re going to do this–you’ll be able to add more ribbon and not have it be too bulky.

How FUN would this be for a teacher gift–not just now, but for the first of the year, or end of the year?  I thought it would be, so I included a gift tag for teachers too–you can download it below!

Over the Rainbow Free Printable |

SO easy, and SO cute!


PDF: Over the Rainbow Free Printable

{The above PDF file is a full sheet of 2×2 tags, ready to print!}

If you’d like to use the jpg images, just right click on each image below, and save to your computer.  Insert it into a Word Document (or similar program), and re-size as desired before printing.

Over the Rainbow Free Printable Over the Rainbow Teacher Gift Printable

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  1. Hello! I love these! Is there anyway to get the full page of small labels that say teacher? I’d love to give to my students this year.

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