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Wednesday, March 07, 2007

Leprechaun Kisses

Here is the little kisses poem for you to give to friends, neighbors for St. Patrick's Day. This year I changed the label and tried to do something Celtic looking. You should be able to right click it and copy it and print it if you like. or save it from here
We just wrap up Hershey Kisses and drop them in their mailboxes either early the day of, or I usually do it at night the day before.


Here are two other ways I have packaged them. In boxes.


and in library green checkered library envelopes.

This year I think I am going to tie them up in green tulle. Like the Halloween advent with ribbon in between each kiss. I wanted to post the poem early so anyone would have a chance to make them too.


20 comments:

kacey@doodlebugspaper.com said...

1st to comment..
I can not believe it!!

What a cute idea! I will be using it :o) Thanks for sharing with us :o)

Cristin said...

Cute idea...

Thanks for sharing the printable page!

lelly said...

way cute, and so nice to share! this will be perfect for us, as we have lived in our 'new' house for almost a year, and still haven't found just the right way to connect with some of our neighbors.

Laurie said...

Thank you for continually sharing your fun ideas down to the little details of putting it together. I always think, oh that is so nice of her!

Jill said...

Another very cute idea. I will probably do this for the ladies I visit teach, thanks!

carlo said...

too cute, kristi. i love your ideas. you have been so generous in your sharing of ideas and posting early so that we can enjoy the activities, too.

silly question: where do you find the actual library pockets??

Bek said...

You are amazing! I wasn't sure that I got the origins right w/ the Good Mail thing, but it was REALLY late and I had the deadline.. I believe that EVERYONE should have a little bit of KBC and Everything Pink in their lives. It is so sweet and kind and loving.

Very, very inspiring. (I am still trying to finish my V-Day pillowcases..... )

Jamie said...

okay, i'm glad i checked your blog before i made my leprechaun kisses post! you put me to shame! they are darling! i will have to upgrade mine next year!

amy m said...

cool ideas! thanks for sharing.

jenny Dahl said...

You never cease to amaze. Another idea that leaves us all looking good. Thanks for sharing!

Julie P said...

Thank you for sharing your cute, cute ideas!

christina said...

kristi: i read your comment on jill's this AM..i too find it hard to read everyones blog, then leave a great comment-sometimes its the usual enjoy your day!
if you feel inspired to leave ME a "have you tried this approach" type comment-im all ears-
I CAN HANDLE THE TRUTH! heheh (well really only if tom cruise is telling me!)

Elizabeth said...

Wow thanks for making it so easy for us. It is so great that you share all your holiday gift ideas.

michelle said...

Where on earth did you get those green checked library pockets? So cute!

By the way, like Christina said, I can handle the truth! That's what I'm looking for.

Kristi Brooke said...

I bought them at a teacher supply store. i will post them

Amanda :-) said...

Fabby ideas again, Kristi!

This year, I wanted to make up our own seed packets of shamrock seeds, as I'd seen a seed envelope template online - but I can't find a supplier of shamrock seeds! Rats! Maybe next year...?

Kristy said...

Girl, your creativity is amazing! Thanks for sharing all your fun ideas and for telling where to get the library envelopes.

Stephanie said...

Those ideas are the cutest. When do you do all of this? I don't think there are enough hours in the day for me to do that and blog. :D Thanks for sharing all of your creativeness. I love it.

Barb said...
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Barb said...

I had to try again: sometime I'm going to blog about my major typo's.

Here's what I was trying to say:

I am so going to be the envy of my local girlfriends with these library pockets. Thanks for sharing another way that you spread beauty everywhere you go!