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St. Patrick's Day Party

St. Patrick’s Day is Tuesday, March 17th and will be here before you know it. Here are several ideas to make the day a special one!

Tradition

Six Silly Seeley’s get a visit from a Leprechaun and he fills their shoes with treats!

You can leave a riddle for your kiddos at breakfast for them to find their pot of gold & goodies from a leprechaun like Forever Flamingo.

You can make Leprechaun ears out of craft foam like my friend Carrie (private blog).

Food

Gourmet Mom on-the-Go came up with a yummy Leprechaun lunch for us all to enjoy.

Pack a green lunch for your kiddos like Kristi.

The Hostess with the Mostess is never one to disappoint. She’s hooked us up with several shamrock treats.

I’m so impressed with Tastefully Entertaining Irish dinner.

Here’s Cuisine Kathleen’s pear pie with a clover in the middle. {{yummy}}

Activities

Discover Southwell hooked us up with ‘how to catch a leprechaun’{{darling boys}}

You could also do it like Mucho Matagi and make a leprechaun trap

St. Patrick’s Day Decor

Deep Fried Kudzu made a quick tutorial for her St. Patrick’s Day banner.

Jennifer’s rainbow doorway is adorable and easy to make.

Part-Tay!

The Fun Times Guide has several activities and ideas for your St. Patty’s party.

S.E.I Lifestyle featured these adorable hats on their blog. I’m now dying to make some!

You could use these darling 4 leaf clovers as a party favor. I love the saying “I’m not lucky, I’m just blessed.”

Cards

Here’s Airbornewife’s ‘go green’ card.

Nikki made several beautiful cards for St. Patrick’s Day. They’re gorgeous!

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10 comments

  1. Tales From My Empty Nest

    I teach 3 year old pre-school, so I got some wonderful St. Patrick's Day ideas from your post. Thanks so much! Love & blessings from NC!

  2. Mom in High Heels

    The naughty leprechauns always come to our house! They turn the milk, eggs and even the toilet water green (thanks to a little food coloring), make a big mess in the living room (they like to scatter papers about) and leave chocolate coins if ds is really lucky. He loves it and gets so excited. I think the green toilet water is his favorite thing though. Boys.

  3. Anonymous

    These are great ideas! I usually try to incorporate some activities and teach the kids a little about why we celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. There’s a fun fact sheet and some printable activities for the family to enjoy. Check it out!

    http://www.americangreetings.com/events/st-patricks-day.pd

  4. Kathleen

    Thanks for featuring my pear tart! I am doing St Pat’s till the 17th, then on to Easter..

  5. daisigirl

    Thanks for the cute ideas. I like the green Mike and Ikes in the shoes! Nice blog! :0)

  6. airbornewife

    Thank you for mentioning my card ~ Happy St. Patrick’s Day! have fun ~ Pam

  7. dede

    that is great! I never thought of a St. Patrick’s party – how fun!

  8. Princess Pookie

    Everyone in my family is getting a new pair of GREEN spring shoes! I’m totally going to fill them with treats now! Thanks!

  9. Tara

    TOO CUTE!! I love traditions and these are awesome! going to try a few!

  10. signmakingmoms

    I got so many ideas from this post. My kids are going to have a more fun than normal St. Patrick’s Day this year. I already bought my Lucky Charm’s cereal and gold coins. ? Thanks!

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