For Valentine’s Day Julia gave out loom bracelets to her friends that she spent hours making. With St. Patrick’s Day coming up soon, I wanted to be able to give the kids and their friends a little something. We don’t want any unnecessary pinching going on! But I also don’t want to spend hours on another treat. I designed the easiest bracelets to be printed, cut out and attached.
You could put these together in several ways- print, cut and attach with washi tape, regular tape, punched out and ribbon attached. Whatever floats your fancy, really.
I made two versions- both can be given to friends but one is a little more heart warming than the other. Even though we aren’t Irish, we still like learning about other cultures and holidays at our house. I usually make a green dinner. Do you celebrate? If so, how?
Download these printable bracelets: pinch proof and lucky. For personal use only. Thanks!
Check out some of my other St. Patrick’s Day posts:
3 Ingredient Frozen Mint Chocolate Chip Pie
Green Dinner Idea
Green Sandwich Cookies
St. Patrick’s Day Fabric Menus from Bringing Up Burns
These bracelets are great! When I taught third grade, there was always a kid who would forget to wear green–so I had some sort of green sticker or pin as a backup–these would be great for the whole class where no one feels left out!
Love these! I’m going to use them in my classroom! Thanks
Mindie Hilton says
Pinned ya! I would love for you to share at the Bacon Time linky, if you have not already. It just went live.
Saw these over on Marvelous Mondays. Super cute. My kids will get a kick out of the Pinch Proof bracelets. Thanks for sharing!
Crystal Nell says
These are so cute and perfect for kids to wear. Thanks for the printable :)