Disclosure: This post may contain affiliate links. This means that we may receive a small commission if you choose to purchase something from a link we post (including links to amazon.com because we are part of the Amazon Services LLC Associates program.) Don’t worry, it won’t. It cost you anything. Call it “luck of the Irish,” or the favoritism of our wonderful readers. Either way, we want you to know how much we appreciate your support. Once again, with the help of chickabug, we’ve created an exclusive free printable gift just for you: Free St. Patrick’s Day Printables. What exactly is Saint Paddy’s Day in a jar? Basically a rainbow of happiness is ready to explode straight out of the jar. I think it’s close to collecting them. Using a tractor these days is a practical and great trend that we love. And I mean, who doesn’t have jars lying around? Go ahead, empty out the spaghetti sauce if you need to. Grab this new, exclusive FREE edition of Saint Paddy’s Day, fill the jar with a rainbow of goodness, and you’re good to go. The colors of the rainbow are guaranteed to make anyone’s day brighter. Perfect for a child’s teacher, friend, spouse, or even your kids. Seriously, I can’t even look at the photos below without smiling. Here are some ideas for red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, and violet to get you in the rainbow mood. – Flowers! My little man sure brings these things to his mentor to make Saint Paddy happy. I found every color of the rainbow tulips, except for the blue, at my local grocery store. (Of course, green areas count as green.) Simply tie a large blue ribbon around the jar and you’re good to go. The rainbow of happiness is ready to go. Candy! Hey Jelly Beans. You can find them almost everywhere this time of year (we love Jelly Bellies!). Who does not like this dessert that is a sure sign of spring ?! My kids, also known as taste testers, loved helping to sort the colors and then throw them into the jar layer by layer. Skittles are a great filler for this idea, too! And last but not least, cake !! I simply used 2 tons of batter in every muffin box, added color, and BAM! very easy! It’s a piece of cake really (Ha-ha, I’m an idiot). And I’m sure there are at least 999 other ways to fill a jar with a rainbow. If you have any ideas, please leave them in the comments! We love to hear! If you already subscribe to HowDoesShe email, it is already waiting for you in your inbox. Simply click on the link provided, use the secret password, and you will be able to access not only this printable, but our full exclusive, printable collection. If you do not subscribe to the email, join us! You’ll get access to these printable materials (along with all of the other free printable sets) once you subscribe. We send an email once a week to keep you informed of our creative posts. Don’t worry, we are treating our email subscribers right. We promise never to sell your email address. We have created a group of exclusive print materials. She is getting bigger !!! We hope you love them and use them! Special thanks to chickabug, who created every last set. She is an incredibly talented graphic designer that we adore. Be sure to check out the party-printable materials in her store. It has it all and I’ve got you covered. I promise you. Finally, Thank you for supporting HowDoesShe! We are really grateful to each of you. We hope that the luck of the Irish will turn on you on Saint Paddy’s Day. Oh! And don’t forget to print these free printers for Saint Patrick’s Day from last year. They are perfect to help keep you from pinching, decorate the big day, or help out for class parties. Make sure you do the Leprechaun dance while you’re at it. Happy Saint Patrick’s Day!