Looking for an unexpected thank you for a friend or teacher? This print and cut Four Leaf Clover Friends Gift Tag is easy to download and attach to a fun gift.
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I know it sounds cliché, but friends I really do live on the very best street in America. The homes are beautiful here in Daybreak, but it’s the people who truly make this place special. In the year and a half I’ve lived here my neighbors have not only become friends, but they’re family. I count them among my blessings every single day!
I know that sometimes friendships like ours develop when the situation is entirely homogenous and everyone is in the same situation, but one of the reasons our neighborhood “works” is that everyone works hard to be open, accepting and loving (even when we don’t agree). One of the biggest differences for me is that everyone else on the street is married with children. Pretty much all that means, is that I get to deliver sugar-filled treats to each household without remorse. Ha!
The other day when I was at the store I saw an ALL GREEN box of lucky charms and picked it up without thinking (one of the hazards of having had my ex’s children around for eight years). I decided to go back and grab a box for each of the families in my neighborhood as a thank you for loving me just as I am. I’ve made up a fun print and cut gift tag to go along with the cereal.
This four leaf clover friends gift tag is perfect for any friend and for those of you with kids, I’ve also included a teacher version.
St.Patrick’s Day Four Leaf Clover Friends Gift Tag
To recreate this St. Patrick’s Day Gift Tag project you will need:
Four Leaf Clover Friend Gift Tag File
Four Leaf Clover Teacher Gift Tag File
Color Printer (I use the Cannon Pixma Pro.)
Paper Trimmer (I love this Fiskars trimmer.)
Hole Punch (I always use this We R Memory Keepers tool.)
Gift (I used a box of holiday Lucky Charms)
- Download the print and cut file (see supply list above for download link).
- Open the PDF and send it to your home color printer or take it to a professional print shop. I printed these on my Canon Pixma Pro, on 80 lb. cardstock paper.
- Trim the individual cards to size using a paper trimmer. I have a Fiskars trimmer I adore, because it’s so easy to make a precise cut.
- Sign the cards with a pen. I love using these fine point, felt tip pens.
- Punch a hole in the top of the card. I love my We R Memory Keepers Crop-a-Dile. It will punch through a whole stack at once!
- Attach print and cut four-leaf clover friend gift tag to your goodie using ribbon or Baker’s Twine and you’re good to go!
I am so so lucky to have my neighbors, they are most deserving of this four-leaf clover friends gifts tag.
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