Leprechaun Gift

As promised, I have another St. Patrick’s Day gift idea to share with you today.  These are pretty simple and make a easy gift to give to brighten someone’s day.  These are a spin off of my Father’s Day Soda Bottle Covers I shared a couple of years ago.  Do any of you remember those?

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I simply took a bottle of Sprite and made this little Leprechaun Bottle cover to attach to the bottle.

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Since I didn’t want to be able to see the Sprite Label on the top of the bottle, I simply cut out a piece of scrapbook paper and wrapped it around the top and glued it into place.

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Then I decided to wrap a strip of white cardstock around the middle of the bottle and add one of the labels from the Rainbow in a Jar gifts that I shared the other day.

I also came up with a printable label for the Leprechaun Sprite bottle if you would like to use those to give with your little gift bottle.

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You could also use the Leprechaun heads for the Rainbow in a Jar gifts as well.  Simply adjust the white head band smaller or cut it out larger depending on the size of the jar you are using.

Or….wrap them around your glasses or napkins on your St. Patrick’s Day table. That is what I will be doing for our dinner table this coming Sunday. It adds just a simple festive touch to your St. Patrick’s Day dinner table.

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I will be providing you with the free downloads of the St. Patrick’s Day printables for a few days before I move them over to my store.  So be sure to grab them if you want to use them.

You will need to go through my FB page to gain access to them.  If you are not a fan of The Idea Room, you will need to like the page first and then click on {Previous Downloads} to gain access to the printables.

Click here for the printables: 

St. Patrick’s Day Leprechaun Heads and Sprite Printables

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How will you use the Leprechaun Head?  That sounds creepy…but you know what I mean…right?!


Amy Huntley is the owner/author of The Idea Room. A mother of five, who enjoys sharing her love of all things creative in hopes of inspiring other women and families. Connect with her on Google+, or read more of her posts.

Comments

  1. 1

    so clever, AMY!!! love it. you are a sprite one! ;)

  2. 2

    Very, Very cute! Such a creative idea!

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