I’m Lucky To Have A Friend Like You

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I don’t buy Lucky Charms cereal often but when I do my son gobbles up all the marshmallows right away. Like the leprechaun says, they’re magically delicious! With St. Patrick’s Day just a couple of days away (March 17th), you’re running out of time to put together treats for your child to hand out to classmates. A fun idea is to give each child a little container or bag of this magically delicious cereal with Lucky Charms tags that read “I’m Lucky To Have a Friend Like You”. Yes, we have the free printables for you!

Lucky Charms Tags for St. Patrick's Day

Lucky Charms Tags:

For these treat packages you’ll need:

  • Lucky Charms Cereal
  • containers with lids or treat bags with ribbons to close the bags
  • double-sided tape
  • free printables
  • scissors

Start by filling each container with Lucky Charms cereal and putting the lids on each. If using treat bags, tie each bag closed with a ribbon.

Then print the free printable and cut out each circle.

Use double-sided tape to tape the tag on the top of each container. If using bags, punch a hole in the top of each tag and tie it to the ribbon.

That’s it! Super easy to make!

To make sure no one gets left out at school, I always attach a name to each treat bag plus I send two extras just in case I forgot someone.

Lucky Charms Tags for St. Patrick's Day

Visit our St. Patrick’s Day page for even more fun ideas like more free printable tags, free printable games, leprechaun trap ideas, recipes, party ideas and more! Here are a few other classroom treat ideas:

Leprechaun Loot – with a rainbow of gumdrops.

Rainbow Party - St. Patrick's Day Party Ideas

Rainbow To Go – rainbow Twizzlers in a pretzel rod treat bag.

Rainbow To Go Treats for St. Patrick's Day

Taste The Rainbow – a treat cup filled with “gold”, Skittles and mini marshmallow clouds.

Rainbow Party - St. Patrick's Day Party Ideas

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