Friday Favorites–St. Patrick’s Day

When I was a kid, I was Irish, among other things.  Later, someone in the family determined that with our “Mc” last name, we were Scottish.  Eventually, we were Irish again.  I honestly can’t tell you where it last landed, but come March 17th I go with Irish every time.

I’m not usually one to decorate for St. Patrick’s Day, but I love this Stenciled St. Patrick’s Day Pillow from Burton Avenue.  I’d have a hard time putting it away on the 18th.

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This yarn-wrapped clover from GoodBye City Hello Suburbs also caught my eye.

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So, maybe I need to consider decorating, because I also think these Paper Shamrocks from Hoosier Homemade are cute.  I really like the two layers of different paper.

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It’s all about the wearing of the green, right?  Try these St. Patrick’s Day Shirts from Keeping It Simple on for size.

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If you want to share a little St. Patrick’s Day, check out these Leprechaun Hat Favours from Canadian Living.

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It’s funny how we spend all summer fighting the clover that tries to creep into our lawn, but it’s the star on St. Patrick’s Day.  Show a little clover love with these DIY Four Leaf Clover Stamps on Prudent Baby.

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If you’re looking for an easy, tasty snack for the kids, try these Rainbow Wrapped Marshmallows from Smart School House.

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I haven’t tried anything with matcha myself, but it seems to be everywhere I look lately.  These Matcha White Chocolate Pistachio Cups from Sweetest Kitchen seem like a good place to start.

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Check out this Skinny Shamrock Shake from Skinny Mom.  All the St. Patrick’s Day fun with less guilt.

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If you’ve never made cream puffs, you ought to give it a try.  They’re far easier than they look.  Flex those cream puff muscles on these St. Patrick’s Day Cream Puffs from Mrs. Fields.

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Happy St. Patrick’s Day from the House McCrafty!

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