I don’t know about your kids, but my girls are officially obsessed with the Simply Southern brand. Maybe it is a local thing. If you haven’t seen it, think preppy illustrated t-shirts. The logo is a hair bow, or maybe it’s a bow tie. Anyway, it made me think: why can’t St. Patrick’s Day be […]
Before we get to the party: If you haven’t yet taken my quick 10-question survey, please do that right now, then come back and read this post. I really want to know what you think of this new idea I’m so excited about! (No party planners, please.) OK – you’re back – awesome, and thank […]
I’ve got a St. Patrick’s Day breakfast in my head, and I’m wondering if I can make it a reality this weekend so I can share it early with you? Cross your fingers! Here are some free St. Patrick’s Day printables to help you celebrate. For even more St. Patrick’s Day ideas, check out my […]
These Lucky Charms Treats from Jenny of Bloom Designs are looking magically delicious to me! A variation on Rice Crispy Treats, these would be fun to make with your kids or as St. Patrick’s Day classroom snacks.
What is not to love about today’s guest feature? I love the crepe paper rainbow backdrop. I love the rainbow cupcakes. I love the cookies — stunning. So excited to share this eye candy from Michelle at Michelle’s Party Plan It with you!
Here’s what I love about St. Patrick’s Day parties: bright, happy colors and license to do anything you want. While certainly Irish traditions and legends come to mind, you don’t think of “must-haves” for a St. Patrick’s Day party, so you are free to really make it your own. Kylie of Made by a Princess […]
If you’ve been following along with me on Twitter or Instagram or Google+ or Facebook (she snorts at the restricted reach of FB posts…), then you know I’m a little nervous because I’m tackling the birthday cake for the girls’ party this year. Other than making it four-tier and trying a new icing technique, I’m […]
St. Patrick’s Day is going to sneak right up on me. I can feel it coming. I have a vision of me racing downstairs at 5:59 a.m. on that day to dye our milk green. Maybe I’ll get it together after the girls’ birthday party on March 2 and be able to make use of […]
Squeezing in just a few more St. Paddy’s freebies for you! What are you planning for St. Patrick’s Day? We’ll do the green milk and little gifts at breakfast. Might have to turn some pancakes green. Maybe after I survive the birthday party this weekend, I’ll feel more energized about celebrating the Emerald Isle. 🙂 […]
St. Patrick’s Day is such a fun holiday. It’s low pressure. Serve green milk and Lucky Charms and your kids are likely to be happy as can be. But if you want to do a little more, here are some free printables to get the party started. From Anna and Blue Paperie
Don’t get pinched tomorrow! No green? No problem. Print these circles on label paper, punch them out, and you’re all set! Thanks Darling Doodles! What a cute idea. To see the full post — and how Brie turned these into pins — click here.
At our St. Patrick’s Day party, the children converted Kleenex boxes to leprechaun houses. This is super easy, and the the kids all enjoyed it.
This year for St. Patrick’s Day, I thought it would be fun to have a little luncheon for my girls and their little buddy and let them explore some Irish legends.
Just in the nick of time, here are a few more St. Patrick’s Day printables for your party. From Good Gravy Designs
There are so many great St. Patrick’s Day food ideas on Pinterest right now, I wanted to share some of my favorites with you. We had our party on Sunday, and I had plans to make a layer cake and use green food coloring on the homemade whipped cream layers. I totally forgot to add […]
I’ve decided to have our St. Patrick’s Day party in a room where the sideboard has six framed illustrations hanging above it. Since I didn’t want to take those all down, and needed an easy, quick and cheap way to create a backdrop, I decided to “recover” the frames. You could do this for any […]
I’m planning a small St. Patrick’s Day party — we’ll have it early so I can share it with you. Something “right” sized for a little holiday celebration for home or the classroom. Stephanie of Executive Creations and Animal Crackers has even designed a printables collection that we will have for you here. In the […]