{Holidays} 17 Days of Irish Love + Another Printable Art Freebie!

Yay, it’s friday!  You might be looking for some last minute St. Patrick’s Day decorations so I have a freebie for you.  Kiss Me I’m Irish Printable Art.  I coordinates perfectly with our other freebies for St. Patty’s Day and also our Irish Love Printable Party Collection.  When you pick up this freebie today

{Holidays} 17 Days of Irish Love + Irish Dancers Prayer

When I think of St. Patrick’s Day I think about the wonderfully fun up beat irish music.  And when I think about irish music and festive jigs, I think about irish dancing.  Irish dancing is one of my favourite forms of dance and I just love watching the dancers in their gorgeous and ornate dresses.  Having an […]

{Holidays} 17 Days of Irish Love + When Irish Eyes are Smiling! Cocktail

Here’s a little something to wet your palette before tomorrow’s Sweet Treat Tuesday!  This tasty little cocktail comes to us from Julie Mulligan of Celebrations.  A minty beverage that is sure to get all of your guests ready for your St. Patrick’s Day celebration.  This cocktail is so easy to make with only three ingredients.

{Holidays} 17 Days of Irish Love + Clover Cookies

Well we are in the home stretch!  Only one week left until St. Patrick’s Day.  So for today I thought I would share these adorable clover cookies from the one and only Martha Stewart.  Here she adds a little luck to her sugar cookies by using a clover template and sprinkling on green coloured confectioner’s sugar.  So

{Holidays} 17 Days of Irish Love + Keep Calm Printable Art Freebie!

Well it’s Friday!  And that means free stuff!!!  Now many of you may know that I love the Keep Calm series of art.  I have already shared The Tiny Tiara version of this with you.  So, being as we are preparing for the upcoming St. Patrick’s Day I thought I would design a Keep Calm piece of printable […]

{Holidays} 17 Days of Irish Love + {Sweet Idea} St. Patty’s Day Bingo

Today’s sweet idea for our 17 Days of Irish Love series comes from Kaboose.  They take the traditional game of bingo and put a St. Patty’s Day twist on it.  Instead of the word “bingo” at the top, the word “lucky” appears.  Simply print out the template onto green card stock and use green holiday candy as