We love you, Kermit, but we have to tell you that now, it’s EASY being green!
We have been seeing LOTS of green on the IShare sites, and we can’t wait to help you take the guess work out of preparing for St. Patrick’s Day! You’ll find everything from cupcake toppers to iron-ons, and everything in between. Best of all? FREE! As in, no-cost. Love that. Okay, so let’s get on with the show. Here are a few of my favorites!
These cookies just make me happy. Although, I could say that about ANY cookies! Amanda’s Cooking shows us how to make these colorful and fun St. Patrick’s Themed Cookies on a stick. How fun would these be to send to your child’s teacher, or for an inexpensive neighbor gift? This is so much fun.
A little Tipsy has really hooked us up with some fun St. Paddy’s Day ideas! Not only did she share this fun home decor idea, but she even supplied the FREE Printable that she is displaying! I really love the accordian style circle banner, and the gorgeous green candles. Where do you buy green candles? Any ideas?
Infarrantly Creative shares another fun advent idea, this time for St. Patrick’s Day! I love any excuse to eat chocolate every day Infarrantly Creative shares another fun advent idea, this time for St. Patrick’s Day! I love any excuse to eat chocolate every day Using the chocolate ‘kisses’ and “Kiss Me, I’m Irish” was brilliant, people! Now, who is going to make me one?!
And, hey, I’m not Irish, but….kiss me anyway! Monika Wright created this sassy iron on (already flipped backwards) to wear on March 17th. You’ll be sure to get lots of kisses, and avoid some pinches with this!
Beth Proudfoot is the queen of adorable printables. She has submitted a couple of cute St. Patrick’s Day printables that can be used as labels, bag toppers, cards, or cupcake toppers! How smart to add to a bag of rainbow licorice with some gold chocolate coins. LOVE THIS! This is just one of her St. Patrick’s Day printables. If you want to see the other one, check out IShare Printables!
This is something that I want to pop in my kids’ lunch packs on March 17th. Party Place created a fun, St. Patrick’s themed Cootie Catcher! Your kids and their friends can find out just how lucky they are! This is so cute.
A Little Tipsy is being featured AGAIN with ANOTHER great St. Patrick’s Day idea. We all love the look of wreaths for our doors/windows, etc., so I love this “lucky” twist on the idea! She walks us through each and every step of how to make one of these gorgeous Shamrock Wreaths with some cardboard and green fabric!
Funky Polkadot Giraffe shares an easy idea for a St. Patrick’s Day treat. Rainbow Jell-O! Sprinkle some gold chocolate coins around the plate and you’ll have a treat your kids will remember. This is so easy and inexpensive, it would be great to take to a party, or a potluck dinner, too.
Eighteen25 is back with another fabulous subway art for us to print! This has to be one of the easiest and most inexpensive home decor ideas around, and doesn’t it look amazing? Just keep your printables in the back of the frame and switch them out for each season!
Brassy Apple totally made me laugh out loud with her “Lucky In Love” Pillows. So clever. If you want to see her other St. Patrick’s Day design (that made me laugh), click on over and say hello! This is a great way to incorporate some St. Patrick’s Day Charm into your regular home decor.
I just shared a FEW of my favorites, but there are so MANY more. Regardless of your budget, tastes, and (let’s face it) energy levels, you are certain to find something that works for you on the Ishare sites! Check them out!
Happy crafting, and remember - never iron a four-leaf clover, because you don’t want to press your luck! Happy St. Patrick’s Day!