St Patricks day round up

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When I was younger my Dad always wanted me to enter the Rose of Tralee. My Irish heritage is strong on both sides of my family and I have often visited Tipperary and Cullen where my families originated from. So I have a good reason to enjoy St Patrick’s day. Even if you can find a shred of Irish in you. It’s a fun time to get your craft on and to enjoy some great Irish food. With that in mind I’ve rounded up some of my favourite St Patrick’s Day crafts and recipes from fellow bloggers for you to enjoy.

I love baking bread, but sometimes don’t have enough time for a yeasted loaf. I always loved warm soda bread with lots of Irish butter. E L Feelgood’s recipe looks fab.

Vintage Baking: Irish Wheaten Bread

If you are looking for something sweeter, both these recipes from Makes, Bakes and Decor look amazing. This Guinness Chocolate cake with salted caramel would be a sure fire hit with hubby.

I love the look of these baileys chocolate cupcakes. With a quick adjustment I’m sure I could make them gluten free.

Then you can wash it all down with these Shamrock floats!

Shamrock Floats – A Festive St. Patty’s Day Drink

St Patrick’s Day Crafts

I love a printable and even better if they are Free. Grab your self this Banner and Wall Art from Thrifty Printables.

Want to make the kids into cute little Leprechauns? Then Daisies and Pie have got just the post for you.

https://daisiesandpie.co.uk/leprechaun-hat-craft-for-kids/

 

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Even if you can find a shred of Irish in you. It's a fun time to get your craft on and to enjoy some great Irish food. With that in mind I've rounded up some of my favourite St Patrick's Day crafts and recipes from fellow bloggers for you to enjoy.
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  1. There are some lovely makes here. We aren’t Irish so don’t celebrate. I can only vouch for it being a wonderful place to visit and would love to see the street performance festival. #bloggerpinparty

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