A Little Irish Luck

As you all know, I adore the holidays. Though I must admit Saint Patrick's Day seems to come and go between the hype of Valentine's Day and Easter. Oh, Mr. Saint Patrick, you will not be forgotten this year! I put together a few little handmade creations for my Etsy shop this week...

Bring a little Irish luck into your home this St. Patrick's day with these sweet shamrock ornaments...

They come in green and white. Perfect for a knob, hang as a tassel on a lamp, or hang from a door for a little luck.


Maybe it will inspire some coloring of gold coins and rainbows...or maybe let the kids eat some Lucky Charms...

I took pictures of my other St. Patrick's day home decor and will be posting them this week!

Do you have any special St. Patrick's Day traditions you do with your family?



24 comments:

  1. Cute!!!! My husband always wants to celebrate St. Patrick's Day because he is a redhead. We never do though.

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  2. Those are too cute! I'll have to show my sister. She loves all things Irish.

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  3. Hmmmmmm, we just pinch each other if someone doesn't have green on, and then before you know it it's out of hand, and someones mad. I need to come up with something much funner like, green pancakes :)

    Love your shamrocks. I don't have paypal or shop with credit cards on line or I'd buy a couple of those. REALLY CUTE!
    Sandra

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  4. Those are too adorable! How I wish your brilliance could be mailed to me in a box with a pretty bow.

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  5. o.k., those are just darling!!!

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  6. cute!

    the hubs has always been deployed for st. patricks day so maybe we'll get to do something special this year.

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  7. How freakin adorable are these??!!!??

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  8. cute, cute! I don't have any St. Patty's tradition, my b-day is the day after, so I guess that is my tradition.

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  9. Those clovers are so cute! Great Job!

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  10. Super cute! I don't really do St Pattys day cause I'm not connected to it at all, but I did join a swap this year!
    I love what you come up with for your shop!
    =)
    Megan

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  11. I drank green beer at Notre Dame a few years ago...LOL!

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  12. Thank you for your lovely comments on my blog the other day. Ah, they're gorgeous! My Mum's Irish so I will definately have to make something up!

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  13. SO SO cute! You did a beautiful job on these!

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  14. Those are so cute! I have just a few Irish decorations. I think its fun to decorate for all the holidays. You are very talented!

    Hugs, Sharon

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  15. Adorable!! How do you find the time! :)

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  16. It is my husband's birthday...his parents almost named him Patrick.

    So it is a special day to us and he always makes us wear green!

    And 2 nights after his day we are going to see Pat Green...we like us a theme.

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  17. Those are so cute! I'm always amazed at how creative you are!

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  18. p.s., i just got you to 111. :)
    p.p.s. better stop by so you don't miss out:)
    xoxo

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  19. Are those felt? I love felt things!

    My family doesn't do anything special, but one of my besties her family makes the traditional corned beef and black eyed peas dinner. It smells horrible!

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  20. Very cute! We just do some corned beef and cabbage... :)

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  21. I think the buttons are a really great touch. These are smashing little shamrocks. Being an Irish family, we celebrate big time on March 17th - whiskey cake, brack, potato farls, shamrock shape biscuits, green food colouring in everything - yum!

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