Leprechaun Loot Treat Idea with Free Printable

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Have you ever caught a leprechaun? We haven’t had any luck here yet…could have something to do with my son always eating the marshmallows out of the Lucky Charms bait though. Leprechauns and I have something in common. Yes, we’re both short but that’s not what I was going to say. Ha! We both like treats! And gold. A girl (or leprechaun) can never have enough gold, or diamonds, or chocolate…I’m falling off track here. My point is, leprechauns like a variety of treats and you can use this free Leprechaun Loot printable to create Leprechaun Loot treat packs for a classroom party.

Leprechaun Loot Treat Printable:

What kind of treats does a leprechaun like? We have some pretty tasty suggestions. To start with, you’ll need a treat bag or container to hold the treats. For this Leprechaun Loot treat, I used candy tubes from my local craft store.

Now for everyone’s favorite part – the candy! Here are some tasty leprechaun-approved treats:

  • gumdrops in a rainbow of colors
  • chocolate “gold” coins
  • Skittles
  • Lucky Charms
  • rainbow licorice
  • rainbow lollipops
  • anything mint & chocolate

Taste The Rainbow – Skittles for the rainbow, marshmallows for the clouds and either gold tissue paper or gold coins at the bottom.

Rainbow To Go – rainbow licorice in long treat bags (I used pretzel rod treat bags from the craft store)

Leprechaun Loot – I used these on candy tubes filled with rainbow gumdrops but these tags would be great for chocolate gold coins too!

How To Print Your Free Leprechaun Loot Treat Tags:

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Click Here To Print Your Free Leprechaun Loot Treat Tags!

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*Note: The St. Patricks Day paper is courtesy of Happy Heart Studios and the Leprechaun image is by Pixel Paper Prints

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