This post is all about how to make St. Patrick’s day treat bags for teachers and friends.
If you are looking for some easy and affordable St.Patrick’s day treat bags to make for teachers and friends, I’ve got you covered! These treat bags are super easy to make and are also budget-friendly. So win, win!
I created these adorable St. Patrick’s Day tags that you can download and print out for free so you can make as many as you need. My kids took these treat bags to school last year for their teachers and friends; they were definitely a hit!
This post is all about how to make these St. Patrick’s Day treat bags.
Super Easy St. Patrick’s day treat bags
Tip: You can use our St. Patrick’s Day gift tags and attach them to a yummy bag of chocolates. (as pictured above) Or you can also use them for a cute little green plant or a pack of rainbow markers, or even a green candle!
Below is how to put together the treat bags shown above.
Table of Contents
List of Supplies
- Printed gift tags – Friend and/or Teacher
- Clear treat bags
- Chocolate or candy of choice. (I used Rolo chocolate because they come wrapped in gold wrapper and look like little gold nuggets)
- String or ribbon to tie the bags
- 1-hole puncher
- Green tissue paper (you can also mix in gold or yellow tissue paper)
- I also added a few plastic gold coins from The Dollar Tree.
Start by putting the tissue paper inside the clear treat bag. Then put the desired amount of chocolate inside the clear bag. Next, cut the gift tag and hole punch one hole on the left side corner of the gift tag. Then gather the bag from the top and use (the ties that come with the bags) ties to secure the tag to the bag.
Last, cut the ribbon to size, making sure the ribbon is long enough to create a bow once tied around the bag. Also, make sure the bow ends up at the front of the candy bag and the gift tag ends up on the right side.
Repeat the steps for as many bags as you need and enjoy!
St. Patrick’s Day Treat Bags | Printables
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