St Pattys Day #LuckyIrishHop Giveaway ~ Win a Leprechaun Floral Arrangement

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116 thoughts on “St Pattys Day #LuckyIrishHop Giveaway ~ Win a Leprechaun Floral Arrangement

  • decorate little for the kids wear green and make traditional dinner

  • If go out I wear green. I like to have corned beef and cabbage for dinner on St Patty’s Day!

  • I like to wear great and we always go out for corned beef and cabbage and of course a green beer.

  • I try to wear green sometimes, but that’s pretty much my extent. 🙂

  • I always make corned beef brisket cabbage & potatoes wear green love St Patrick day

  • It’s mostly just another day for us…

  • I always make corned beef and cabbage and we also celebrate my dads birthday 🙂

  • I celebrate by wearing green

  • I celebrate St. Patrick’s Day by watching a local St. Patrick’s Day parade and making corned beef and cabbage.

  • I don’t really celebrate it.

  • I wear green!

  • Just a little extra green

  • We do not go out. I have a beautiful shamrock brooch I purchased in Ireland and I try to remember to wear that. That is the extent of our celebration.

  • I wear something green but it’s just out of fear of being pinched. Old childhood habits die hard.

  • I wear green and eat irish soda bread.

  • I am Irish 365 days a year, but on this day try to treat it a bit more special. I will wear green and hopefully get a good healthy dose of corned beef and cabbage.

  • I simply wear green on St. Patty’s day. Once I tried green beer; it wasn’t my thing.

    Diana C

  • I am irish all year long. i still do corned beef and cabbage, but don’t get crazy.

  • I wear green, no other traditions.

  • We don’t really do anything to celebrate St. Patty’s Day

  • I usually wear green and I like to put a St. Patrick’s Day wreath on the front door.

  • We go to breakfast at The Pub for an authentic Irish meal

  • We do wear some green on St Pattys Day but just another day for us, nothing special for us for that day.

  • I usually wear green but that’s about it.

  • We celebrate Saint Patty’s day by making corn beef, cabbage, and little red potato’s.

  • It’s just another day 2 me but its a cute holiday:) I always try and remember 2 wear green:)

  • We usually make an Irish dish and wear green.

  • I’m of Irish descent and I wear green and cook corned beef & cabbage.
    Thanks for the contest.

  • I usually wear green on that day but otherwise don’t celebrate. Thanks.

  • I always make sure to wear something green and do a fun green nail art manicure.

  • I just wear something with green in it. otherwise it’s just a normal day!

  • I do not celebrate St Patricks Day.

  • It is not another day for us because my husband is 1/2 Irish and he is very proud of his heritage. I make Irish soda bread and corned beef with cabbage and rice pudding for dessert. And yes..we wear green too.

  • I wear a little green and attend the parade.

  • we don’t go crazy with the green… just maybe a little sticker on my cheek..

  • I wear green and always make corned beef and cabbage for dinner.

  • It’s just another day to me. I don’t think that I even have a green item of clothing.

  • I wear lots of green and make special leprechaun treats and my son always always requests green eggs and ham for breakfast: )! We try to make it a fun day.

  • Basically just another day to me but I like getting green beer at the bar 🙂

  • I always wear green, but I don’t really have any other traditions for the day.

  • I like to make something green for dinner or dessert. I’m Irish so I think it’s fun.

  • I do like to wear green and do some decorating for it but don’t really go all out.

  • I usually just wear something green.

  • We wear green so we don’t get pinched!

  • I’m not Irish but my husband and kids are part so we like to dress in green for school.

  • I don’t really celebrate St. Patty’s Day anymore.

  • My daughter makes green drinks…wonderful and colorful.

  • My brother makes corned been and cabbage and we wear green.

  • I don’t really do anything special.

  • We do not have any traditions. It is just another day for us. My grandpa’s birthday was then but when he passed, we stopped having our gatherings.

  • We attend the St. Patty’s Day parade and celebrate it with a seafood pool party.

  • We wear green and make Corned beef and cabbage for dinner

  • I like to eat corned beef and cabbage.

  • I wear green to work but we don’t do anything special. I have a shamrock flag that I hang for the holiday outside

  • no we don’t have any traditions

  • I’m Irish so we have a drink and I cook a Irish boiled dinner which is corned beef, cabbage, carrots and potatoes.

  • I go all out. I work at an elementary school and it’s a lot of fun for the kids to see us dress up.

  • I try to remember to wear some green but it is just another day for me really.

  • I try to go out to have a pint of green beer if I can.

  • We used to go out and enjoy watching the crazy drunk people, now a days we just enjoy some traditional Irish dinner and a green beer or two.

  • We decorate and usually have a family St. Patrick’s Day themed dinner.

  • I really don’t celebrate it…if it’s a Sunday or Monday we go to Mass, as we do every week. I try to remember to wear green if I go somewhere that day. Thanks and God bless!

  • I wear green and have to eat corned beef dinner.

  • We don’t really get all that into it, but we do go out with our friends!

  • We wear green and eat Irish food like Reuben Sandwiches and Corn beef hash.

  • St. Patty’s Day is a huge day in my house. we go full green orange & white

  • must say we don’t do anything special just really another day for us

  • I’ll put on some green, but don’t go all out for it.

  • We wear green and eat irish food.

  • I don’t celebrate it.

  • I celebrate by wearing green all day 🙂

  • We’ll be going to a community festival! I absolutely love Irish music.

  • I will wear green top and headband. Set the dinner table up in green Fiestaware. Try to eat something green too and especially we have potatoes on the menu.

  • its just another day to us. we don’t do anything for it.

  • My husband makes corned beef & cabbage.

  • I am Irish so yes I celebrate St Patrick’s Day. We always make our corned beef for dinner for this day.

  • We wear green and have some fun with it.

  • It’s just another day. Actually, everyday is a day for one thing or another. Peanut butter day, I honestly don’t get it.

  • Really, it’s another day to us. About the only thing I do different is drive a lot more carefully than usual because of all the drunks on the road.

  • I wear green and bake with my kids.

  • We attend the St. Patricks parade in our town every year. My husband works it and me and the kids march in it with girl scouts. We wear green/white the kids wear irish sweaters

  • We usually go out for St. Patrick’s Day. We have a local St. Patrick’s Day parade and all of local restaurants and taverns have Corned Beef and Cabbage or Ham and cabbage, green beer and Irish music. It is a family tradition.

  • We love St. Patrick’s Day! We definitely wear green and usually have a yummy corned beef and cabbage meal just like my Irish ancestors did!

  • I love to have fun on St. Paddy’s day! Go all out in green and shamrocks and green iced cookies lol 🙂

  • I watch The Quiet Man on St Pattys day.

  • I go all out ! My birthday is the day before and I celebrate in green all week !!

  • I do not celebrate

  • I try to at least wear green for St. Patrick’s Day it is fun to go and drink green beer but I am getting too old for that and I don’t live in an area where there are big celebrations

  • I love St. Patty’s Day. It means Spring is just around the corner. Time to bring some green into the house.

  • It really depends but most of the time I find a middle ground, a little green but nothing overkill.

  • We are a bit of a happy medium when celebrating St. Patrick’s Day. We always make sure to wear green, but depending on what we have going on, is what determines if we do much more. Sometimes we put up a few decorations and we have a plaque on our wall with an Irish blessing, but it stays up year round. 🙂 I’m part Scotch-Irish.

  • I try to go to a parade and I always make sure I wear green so I won’t get pinched. LOL

  • I am not Irish but I always drink a green beer with my friends who are.

  • It’s pretty much just another day. I do make sure we’re all wearing green though!!

  • We turn food & drinks green.

  • we wear green and go to the parade

  • I usually just wear a green shirt, that’s it.

  • I usually try to wear at least some green, but it’s usually just another day.

  • We do not celebrate St. Patricks day other than not wearing green so my daughter can be amuzed by being allowed to lightly pinch us. For us, it tends to e just another day.

  • its just another day for me

  • I love St. Patty’s day. I usually have my daughter wear a special shirt and jewelry.

  • It is just another day to us.

  • I grew up in a very Irish family and we usually go to an Irish eatery where we dine on corned beef and there are bagpipers for entertainment.

  • I do not celebrate St. Patrick’s Day since I am Jewish. However, my mother-in-law is Irish and she celebrates with a big, traditional Irish meal. This would be lovely for her as her centerpiece.

  • I like to wear green, but nothing special.

  • I’m not big on holidays so my St Patrick’s Day “tradition” is to wear something green.

  • Its just another day but I do have decorations we put up if we have a poker party. No plans this year tho.

  • I go all out in green and we usually go out and celebrate as it is my birthday and my twin sisters birthday as well.

  • It is just another day for me.

  • Nothing special planned here for St Patty’s day

  • I wear something green but it’s just out of fear of being pinched. Old childhood habits die hard.

  • I wear at least one thing green and sometimes we make corned beef & cabbage.

  • I usually try to wear green and I have some shamrock earrings that I wear.

  • I usually just make Corn Beef & Cabbage for St. Patrick’s Day. I like to bake cupcakes and cookies for the kids.

  • We decorate for it but really no strong all out for it! I love it and if I remember I will wear green!

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