So, St Patrick’s Day is coming up, but you don’t want to be drowned in green. That’s how I feel anyways. (My brother and sister-in-law would probably love it though because they love green). It’s not that I hate green there’s just so many other things to love about St Patrick’s Day. It’s one of my favorite holidays and I’ve come up with some fun ways to celebrate the day that not only involve green but all the colors of the rainbow as well!
For a date- Cozy up with your sweetheart watching “Darby O’Gill and the Little People”, you can stream it on Amazon! You can eat chips and dip and mint Oreos. A nice stay-in date.
For Kids- There’s not much I would change except maybe changing out the music. Flogging
Molly is a bit of an adult band.
Hope you guys can use some of these ideas to make your St Patrick’s Day fun! Let us know if you do. Or if you have any fun ideas to include in the celebration.
2/27/2017 06:48:18 pm
Fab ideas for celebrating St Patrick's Day. Thanks for sharing with us at #OvertheMoon Link Party. I've pinned and shared.
3/3/2017 01:02:13 pm
3/3/2017 01:03:40 pm
Thanks! It's a classic film.
3/1/2017 07:56:13 pm
I never thought of using Golden Oreos instead of gold coins! (I have a 4 year old who has a hard time unwrapping candy and gets so impatient, so this would be great for him! Fun food craft! Thanks for sharing at My Busy Beehives #BEEPARTY!
3/3/2017 01:04:24 pm
Yeah! My little one kept sneaking them away from my stash! They were really good!
3/7/2017 12:17:55 pm
What wonderful ideas! I particularly like the Pot of Gold Treats. I love See's candy! Sharing on our Hearth and Soul Facebook page later today. Hope to 'see' you at Hearth and Soul again this week!
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