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Lucky Charm St. Patrick’s Day Favors for the Classroom

Lucky Charm St. Patrick’s Day Favors for the Classroom

It’s a good thing my son likes to take St. Patrick’s Day favors to share with his class. Because I randomly ordered a pound of Lucky Charm’s marshmallows ONLY on Amazon without any thought about what to do with them. (You can do the same random sort of shopping for freeze dried marshmallows here.)

Some days my Amazon password needs to be taken away, I tell you. So I stared at that bag for a little bit, and came up with a few things to do with them that made me look like a rockstar to my kid, and kept me in my husband’s good graces for making conscious purchasing decisions…and not just buying bulk bags of marshmallows on a whim. (ahem.)

Lucky Charms St. Patrick's Day Favors for the Classroom

Lucky Charms St. Patrick's Day Favors for the Classroom

An easy-to-make classroom favor or St. Patrick's Day party favor.


  1. Print the St. Patrick's day bag topper file.
  2. Cut out each rectangle.
  3. Fold each rectangle in half.
  4. Fill the cellophane bags 1/3 of the way with the Lucky Charms marshmallows.
  5. Fold the edges of the bag in then roll the top down several times to close.
  6. Staple the bag to the inside back of the folded paper on both sides of the bag.
  7. On the side of the paper that didn’t get staples, apply a generous amount of glue than fold shut and press down firmly.

There are two patterns in this set of Lucky Charm St. Patrick’s Day printable favor tags. As always, you can print to white cardstock, but your printables will look extra sharp if you brush up on some must-dos for making your printables looking professionally made in this post.

Also feel I have to give a shout out to Cricut for helping with all the cute little shamrock sprinkles decorating my pictures. If you’d like to make these yourself, I’ve set up the files in Design Space here.

Hope these make someone in your life EXTRA lucky this St. Patrick’s Day!

Paula Biggs

Owner at Frog Prince Paperie
Paula Biggs is a party planner, DIY crafter, and owner of Frog Prince Paperie, where you can find hundreds of party, craft and lifestyle ideas.

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