St. Patrick's Day is this Friday, March 17. But did you know Saint Patrick himself would have to deal with pinching on his feast day?
His color was “Saint Patrick’s blue.” The color green only became associated with the big day after it was linked to the Irish independence movement in the late 18th century. So if you are feeling lucky and want some green, check out these "Oh so Lucky" shirts by Tru Man Brands. (above)
Don’t be fooled by any holiday decorations showing lady leprechauns. In traditional Irish folk tales, there are no female leprechauns, only nattily attired little guys. Make's you wonder who's keeping their little storybook homes clean. This storybook home light was designed by Nearing Polymer.
"A great friend is like a four-leaf clover, hard to find but lucky to have." These four-leaf clover earrings made with malachite by Catherina would make a great present for all your Irish friends!
No Stout! For most of the 20th century, Saint Patrick’s Day was considered a strictly religious holiday in Ireland, which meant that the nation’s pubs were closed for business on March 17. In 1970, the day was converted to a national holiday, and the stout resumed flowing. Whether you live in Dublin, Ireland or Dublin, Ohio, these 8 x 11' custom hand-lettered prints by Natterdoodle let the world know your Irish 365 days a year!
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