Happy, happy day! I love when I have the chance to share something fabulous with all of you – especially when that “something” is FREE!

Oh, I love a good freebie in the morning 😉

And you should be feeling extra lucky because today (thanks to the amazing IShare Printables) you get over 50 FREE (did I already mention that?) St. Patrick’s Day printables! Oh, I feel the urge to kiss something Irish 😉 Okay, so I have collected just a few of the amazing submissions on IShare Printables today…just to get the juices flowing. Then you can head over to IShare Printables to see the rest. There is a huge variety available for pretty much ANY festive need. IShare makes it EASY being green!

free St. Patricks day printables

Let’s start from the top, shall we?

1. “Lucky” Tags and Candy Toppers

free St. Patricks day printablesBeth Proudfoot is always creating simple and chic printables for every occasion. I love how this “lucky” printable dresses up this treat bag. It would also be adorable as a cupcake topper!

2. St. Patrick’s Day Cupcake Toppers

free St. Patricks day printablesSpeaking of cupcake toppers, I immediately fell in love with these printable cupcake toppers from “Party Planning Center”! Use them as-is, or create this fun 3-D look by gluing four together. Smart!

3. Scratch Your Luck Cards!

free St. Patricks day printablesI have only recently started seeing these DIY scratch ticket cards around, so I loved this “Scratch Your Luck” version for St. Patrick’s Day from “Like A Pretty Petunia”! Perfect for a teacher’s gift, right?

4. Don’t Eat Lucky!

free St. Patricks day printablesHave you ever played “Don’t Eat Pete” with your kids? Then you will love this St. Paddy’s version from “Pink Polka Dot Creations”! Get the how-to on her website. (Way too much fun to be had!)

5. St. Paddy’s “Cootie” Catcher

free St. Patricks day printables“Cootie Catchers” are always a hit with the kids, so why not print out and make some for March 17th? “Party Place” is offering an adorable free printable to do just that!

6. “Lucky” Bunting Banner

free St. Patricks day printablesDo you decorate for St. Patrick’s Day? This bunting banner from “Over The Big Moon” makes me think I just might!

7. St. Patrick’s Day Subway Art

free St. Patricks day printablesAnd decorating can’t be easier than printing out a gorgeous piece of Subway Art and framing it! There are a bunch of different options on IShare, like this one from “Peonies and Poppyseeds”!

8. Our Very Own St. Patrick’s Party Printables!

free St. Patricks day printablesI can’t forget to mention our very own HowDoesShe St. Paddy’s Day printables! Chickabug designed the cutest bottle labels, cupcake toppers, and more just for us! Check it out!

9. “Luckiest People Alive” print

free St. Patricks day printablesIf Subway Art isn’t your thing, why not print off this sweet print to frame instead? I love the polka dots on this artwork from “Sweet Rose Studio”

10. St. Patrick’s Favor Box

free St. Patricks day printables“Sweet Pop Studio” designed a free printable (then foldable) favor box! Fill with some goodies and you are good to go! Aren’t you lucky?

11. “Kiss Me Anyway” Iron On

free St. Patricks day printablesMonika Wright shares a fun design to use as an iron-on transfer to transform an ordinary T-Shirt into one that will protect you from pinching 😉

12. My TEACHER is a Treasure 

free St. Patricks day printablesOur teachers are definitely a treasure, so why not help your child share just how “lucky” they feel to have them? “My LDS & Other Projects” has created cute printables expressly for the teachers in our lives.

If you have gotten into the “Lucky” mood and have “green” on the brain, then also be sure to check out how to make an adorable “Leprechaun Trap” with your kids! This is sure to become a new family tradition… I just have a feeling :)

Leprechaun Traps

Now, get out there and GO GREEN! I have a feeling it’s your “lucky” day 😉

free St. Patricks day printables


    1. March 2nd, 2012 at 1:11 pm
      kristen duke photography says:
      Thanks so much for sharing all of these ideas! My boys will LOVE the "cootie catcher"!
    2. March 6th, 2012 at 8:48 pm
      Zannaa says:
      There is a difference between the Shamrock motif & clover motif. They aren't interchangeable for St Pat's day.
    3. March 7th, 2012 at 2:34 am
      Wendy Myers says:
      I got monikas t-shirt iron on! Thanks for all you do Bobbi
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