St Patrick’s Day Pinch Protection Stickers and Class Applesauce Labels

Posted by on March 8, 2019
St Patrick’s Day Pinch Protection Stickers and Class Applesauce Labels

It really is easy being green this St. Patrick’s Day. In fact, it’s one of my son’s favorite holidays. (Green is his favorite color.) Growing up, if my husband or I weren’t wearing green, watch out. The pinch monster was in full effect. Ouch!

This year, we have two extremely simple ways to enjoy and participate the St. Patrick’s Day festivities.

The first way is for grown up and kids alike. We made pinch protection stickers that you can wear and pass out to your class, friends, co-workers and family. (I will definitely be wearing one this year.) Don’t have a green shirt or a leprechaun hat? No fret, we luckily have you covered. All you have to do is to download these stickers, print them out on your home printer with OL5375 – 2″ Circle Labels  and stick it on your shirt.

Download the leprechaun-inspired stickers here.

The second way to share the lucky spirit of St. Patty’s Day is to send your kids to school with a healthy and easy treat to share with their class.

As parents, we know easy is best. All you have to do is buy individual applesauce containers for the entire class and decorate them with these adorable and festive labels. Seriously,  it’s that easy and it shouldn’t take more than 10 minutes of your time. Better yet, it’s a great project for your kiddos to do, even the little ones. Not only will the teacher be happy that his/her class isn’t loaded up on sugar, kids with (most) allergies can enjoy this treat as well. Just be sure to send along plastic spoons just in case there isn’t an ample supply in the classroom.

Like the stickers above, simply download and print these labels out on your home printer using OL350 – 2.5″ Circle Labels.

Download the St. Patrick’s Day applesauce labels here.

Want more ways to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day? Check out these green label crafts

·     DIY St. Patrick’s Day Beer Mug Planter + Free Printables

·     St. Patrick’s Day Leprechaun Iron-On

·     How to Make a St. Patrick’s Day Garland


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