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St. Patrick’s Day Recipes, Products, & Projects

There are so many talented bloggers and great websites out there with ideas for St. Patrick’s Day projects, products and recipes. If you’re looking for some ways to celebrate (in just one week!), check out our favorites below:

Oh Happy Day shares a fantastic idea for leprechaun hat party favors. Definitely a fun project, and low cost–paper, glue gun, and chocolate coins are the main materials:

Oh Happy Day Leprechaun Hat on www.theprettyguineapig.com

Make some shamrock cinnamon toast tomorrow morning!

Irish soda bread scone recipe from the Smitten Kitchen. That photo on the right has my mouth watering. What is it about warm bread and butter? There’s nothing more simple or delicious:

Smitten Kitchen Irish Soda Scones on www.theprettyguineapig.com

Green eye makeup can be incredibly beautiful when done subtly (it looks especially great with brown eyes). My favorite green makeup products are the Urban Decay 24/7 Glide-On Eye Pencil in Mildew (unfortunate name, lovely shade); MAC Eye Shadow in Greensmoke, and Zoya Nail Polish in Neely (which is a lovely pale mint, perfect for spring).

Lolly Jane shares some free St. Patty’s printables. Print and frame (or even just stick on the fridge door) for easy holiday decor:

Clover Printables on www.theprettyguineapig.com

Shamrock Boutonnieres from Martha Stewart. Wouldn’t these be so cute for an Irish-themed wedding?

Martha Stewart ShamrockBouts on www.theprettyguineapig.com

This recipe for making Corned Beef and Cabbage in a slow-cooker couldn’t be easier. This recipe includes one for a tasty-sounding horseradish sauce:

CornedBeef on www.theprettyguineapig.com

Urban Outfitters is selling this pair of fun knee-high shamrock socks. Max & Chloe has this beautiful clover necklace, which you could wear year-round. And these tiny clover earrings are a subtle way to show your Irish pride.

And of course, our Shamrock Shake recipe:

Homemade Shamrock Shake on www.theprettyguineapig.com 

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Author: Beth

Writer, blogger, basset-hound walker. Beth is a connoisseur of nachos and holiday films. She loves books, sidecars, costume jewelry, and people with a quirky sense of humor.

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