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St Patrick's Day Lucky Treat Box tutorial! This is such a fun idea for kiddos!

St Patrick’s Day Lucky Treat Box

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Hey friends! I’m so excited for the next couple weeks, because I’ve invited some of my super talented and creative friends to share some amazing St. Patrick’s Day ideas, crafts and recipes with you! I personally have always enjoyed St. Patrick’s Day for one simple reason – you really don’t have to do too much to make it extra special! And that is why I love all these ideas, most don’t require too much effort or time! Without further ado…..


Hello new friends! I’m Jenn from Housewives of Riverton and I’m so excited to be here at Over the Big Moon today. We Housewives’ are huge fans of Over the Big Moon and all of her printables, crafts, and recipes. I hope this St. Patrick’s Day Lucky Treat Box finds its way to your St. Patrick’s Day table, it turned out so fun!

Lucky Treat Box - housewivesofriverton.com

How cute is this Lucky Treat Box, seriously?! I think you’ll love how easy it is to put together too, the most fun of course will be watching them get opened up! I’m picturing a few chocolate gold coins thrown into the mix on St. Patrick’s Day for an added surprise.

To make the Lucky Treat Box I used my Cricut and the Pyramid Box file. These boxes are just over 3″ square on the bottom and about 3.5″ tall so there is plenty of room to fill with treats. If you don’t have a Cricut you can still create this project with a simple “pyramid box” search on Pinterest it just may take a little bit longer.

Lucky Treat Box - housewivesofriverton.com

I filled my boxes with golden gumballs and green chocolates. Once the boxes were fully assembled I (again cut out on the Cricut) attached the Lucky Shamrock labels to opposite sides of the box. I also snipped the top of the pyramid off (creating an opening) and inserted a sucker stick with a golden washi tape flag on top.

Lucky Treat Box project supplies:

Cricut Explore
(or cut out by hand)
12″x 12″ cardstock
(I used green)
Golden yellow cardstock
(for Lucky Shamrock label)
Sucker stick
Washi tape (for flag)
Treats to fill box
lucky treat box - housewivesofriverton.com

I especially like that these boxes can be filled with anything you want to put in them. A note, treats, prizes…the possibilities are only limited by the size of the box…or not – I’m just now imagining how fun these would be to hide clues for a scavenger hunt!

Have a fun St. Patrick’s Day and don’t forget to stay Pinch Proof!

housewife jenn

Pam Dana

Pam is a stay at home working mama that enjoys all phases of life! Between her 3 kids, fur baby (a beyond cute Goldendoodle), wonderful husband, friends and working, she stays pretty busy! But, she is loving every aspect of her life! Here on Over the Big Moon, she loves to share DIY's, recipes, printables, organization tips and more!

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