What is it about St. Patrick’s Day?! Maybe it’s the cute little leprechauns, lucky four-leaf clovers, or bright, colorful rainbows. I love everything about it (and I’m not even Irish). It’s such a fun holiday to create for. And we are so excited to share what we have created this year! These cutest clover printable cards are one of three we’ve put together for you.
My oldest daughter and I enjoyed creating these printable cards for you. We came up with five designs (two of each on each page). Each design features a different adjective, so your child can choose which one to give each friend, depending on whether they are lucky, cool, silly, cute, or sweet.
cutest clover st. patrick’s day printable cards
Before I share the printable, let me share a little about what we used for ours.
While these cutest clover St. Patrick’s Day printable cards are cute enough to hand out alone, they make a great gift tag. So if you want to add them to a little treat, punch a hole in the card and tie it to the treat with a ribbon or tape it directly to the treat.
We brainstormed several ideas for the perfect companion. While the obvious choice was a bag of Lucky Charms cereal, you can pair it with a Lucky Charms marshmallow-flavored bar if you prefer individually packaged gifts. You can tape the cards directly to the bars, or if you like to be extra (like me), you can put them in a bag and tie a ribbon as we did in our photos.
I found the perfect-sized bags for the bars, by the way. They are meant for pretzel rods, but they turned out to be the right size.
Another option is to fill a small bag with any St. Patrick’s Day candies.
budget friendly tip
If you have any leftover Christmas candies, you can always pull out the green ones and use those. It’s one of the reasons I love to shop during the after-Christmas clearance. It’s a huge money saver if you use the red candies for Valentine’s Day and the green for St. Patrick’s Day.
How to Download:
- Download our cutest clover printable, open it in Adobe Acrobat, and print on cardstock paper (you can also use regular printer paper if that’s all you have available). Make sure to select landscape and “fit to page” before printing.
- Cut each card using a paper cutter or scissors (10 on each page).
- Write your child’s name at the bottom of the card.
The best part about these cutest clover St. Patrick’s Day printable cards is that it’s a digital file so you can save it to your computer and print as many as you need. I always recommend saving it somewhere that you will remember, in case you want to use them next year.
What do you think of our cutest clover St. Patrick’s Day printable cards? Make sure to check out all of our St. Patrick’s Day ideas and recipes. We have several different printables for St. Paddy’s Day.