St. Patrick's Day Shamrock Stickers
Great St. Patty's Day Giveaways
These are great, inexpensive giveaways on St. Patty's day. Kids love 'em! I put the roll on my wrist like a bracelet and everyone helped themselves. They adhere perfectly to clothes - stay on until you're ready to take them off.
March 28, 2011
Kids loved these!
Easy to tear apart and share with the kids. Kids placed on their clothes for a class St Patrick's Day Party. A great festive addition!
March 25, 2011
I've been a teacher for many years. This sticker is great for students that do not wear green on St. Patty Day!
March 14, 2010
I brought happiess!
I bought these stickers along with others I have been shopping for. I handed them out at work to fellow employees, customers, and their children. What a great way to bring happiness to a work environment when most would rather being doing anything else.
April 11, 2014
Well these are just stickers and it's kind of hard to screw that up. They worked just fine as fun gifts at the flea market.
March 26, 2014
Great fundraising tool.
These also worked great to increase donations to Muscular Dystrophy Association through our Shamrock Program. I gave these out to numerous children at both retail establishments, as well as a restaurant and it increased donations substantially.
March 25, 2014
Who doesn't like stickers? These are great!
March 6, 2014
Great stickers, used for invoices.
January 17, 2013
Green Clover Luck
Love giving out stickers on St Pattys Day and this is perfect! Love that they are on sale too!
February 28, 2012
I purchased the stickers to be part of a program for my students. They were singing at a PTA program on March 17th. Our final song was "Everyone is Irish (on St. Patrick's Day)". Student went out into the crowd to give out stickers to parents and families. The stickers were perfect. They ripped apart very easy at the perforated ends. In a matter of two minutes the kids were able to distribute over 150 stickers and return to sing the final chorus of the song. It was really a neat touch to the program!
March 27, 2011