St. Patrick’s Day Treat Bag

St. Patrick's Day Treat Bag: Are you planning on hosting a St. Patrick’s Day bash this year? If so, take a look at this easy and super inexpensive St. Patrick’s Day treat bag! You can make you own using just a few dollars worth of Dollar Tree supplies, and when finished you can stuff the bag with candy, gold coins, or whatever else you please. | Optimistic Mommy

Are you planning on hosting a St. Patrick’s Day bash this year? If so, take a look at this easy and super inexpensive St. Patrick’s Day treat bag! You can make you own using just a few dollars worth of Dollar Tree supplies, and when finished you can stuff the bag with candy, gold coins, or whatever else you please. Here is how you can make your own!

St. Patrick's Day Treat Bag: Are you planning on hosting a St. Patrick’s Day bash this year? If so, take a look at this easy and super inexpensive St. Patrick’s Day treat bag! You can make you own using just a few dollars worth of Dollar Tree supplies, and when finished you can stuff the bag with candy, gold coins, or whatever else you please. | Optimistic Mommy
Supplies Needed:

  • Green Mini Totes (Sold 3/$1 at Dollar Tree)
  • Assorted Foam Clovers ($1 Per Package)
  • Orange Ribbon
  • Craft Glue
  • Scissors

Directions:

  1. Begin by deciding which clovers you want to use on your bag. The foam assortment offered by Dollar Tree has three different shades of green to choose from. Choose two clovers that you will then layer on the bag.
    St. Patrick's Day Treat Bag: Are you planning on hosting a St. Patrick’s Day bash this year? If so, take a look at this easy and super inexpensive St. Patrick’s Day treat bag! You can make you own using just a few dollars worth of Dollar Tree supplies, and when finished you can stuff the bag with candy, gold coins, or whatever else you please. | Optimistic Mommy
  2. Apply some glue to the back of the clovers. Press them onto the bag overlapping. This will give them a layered look.  If you want a clean look, just use one clover.
  3. Cut a length of orange ribbon and tie it around one of the handles. Tie into a bow.

Your St. Patrick’s Day treat bag is now ready to be enjoyed. You can stuff it with orange or yellow tissue paper and fill it with treats, favors, snacks, or other St. Patrick’s Day swag.

Gather your supplies and give this easy treat bag a try.

St. Patrick's Day Treat Bag: Are you planning on hosting a St. Patrick’s Day bash this year? If so, take a look at this easy and super inexpensive St. Patrick’s Day treat bag! You can make you own using just a few dollars worth of Dollar Tree supplies, and when finished you can stuff the bag with candy, gold coins, or whatever else you please. | Optimistic Mommy

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Comments

  1. This is sooo cute! Thanks for sharing on Found & Foraged!

  2. love it how cute the shamrock is the lucky part
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  3. What a fun craft project and it would be perfect to make with the kiddos. Thanks for sharing at the This Is How We Roll Link Party on Organized 31.

  4. Courtney, this is so simple and it looks so cute. Thank you for sharing it with us at SHARE IT ONE MORE TIME. Hugs/kisses, from Rose, FineCraftGuild.com

  5. These look so simple to make, yet they are beautiful! Thank you so much for sharing! Hugs/Kisses, Rose, http://www.FineCraftGuild.com

  6. I’m loving this! Cute idea. Pinned and tweeted. I hope to see you tonight at 7 at our party. I can’t wait! Lou Lou Girls

  7. Thank you so much for joining us this last Thursday with your fabulous DIY, hope to see you again this Thursday!
    Besos
    Heidy

  8. Edna Williams says

    This is a simple yet cute DIY! Thanks for sharing!

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