I thought that it would be fun to share a vintage St. Patrick’s Day photo today. I love these old postcards, they just have so much class! So without further ado here is a darling St. Paddy’s cutest child!(The Graphic Fairy)
This old Postcard shows a darling little Boy! He’s wearing a white romper with a Green Sash and a bouquet of Shamrocks pinned to the fabric. He has such a sweet expression on his little face! The text reads “The Wearing of the Green”. The artist is Ellen Clapsaddle.
Happy Thursday Everyone and May the Luck of the Irish be With You Today!
Happy St. Patrick’s Day from our house to yours!
Today’s thought is just a repost from a couple of years ago.
I assume that everyone has their Valentines stuff all figured out by now, so we’ll start thinking of the next holiday, okay?
St. Patrick’s day is not a holiday that I usually do too much for. But I decided that I could decorate my repurposed tray that sits on my kitchen counter. This is what I came up with:
I made these printables to share with you. There is one cutsie one, and two modern ones. You can just print them and frame it like I did here.
St. Patrick’s Day is just around the corner and here is a fun little idea that you could do for your family.
This is a yummy way to tell your family that you feel lucky that they are in your family!
Today I have my calendar ideas for March!
This was kind of a tricky month with both St. Patrick’s Day and Easter, so I just went with a general spring theme for the calendar and then made two printable magnets-one for St. Patrick’s Day and one for Easter! So you get a double bonus this month!
I have a fun treat for you to make for St. Patrick’s Day. I don’t really decorate or do a lot for this holiday, but this is a fun treat that you could make for FHE or just to be a kind little leprechaun and surprise your family!