St. Patrick’s Day Food and Fun

It’s almost March, and this year St. Patrick’s Day and Easter are really close to one another… and I also have three kid’s birthday to plan in between, so I’m gathering ideas as quickly as I can.  I found some great green and gold and rainbow DIY projects and recipes!

From The Decorated Cookie, check out the St. Patrick’s Day Marshmallow pops.  These are so easy to make!

 

 

A lovely “Lucky” Milk glass, for St. Patrick’s Day decor, from you stir me, the first of several St. Patrick’s Day crafts.

From Just Mommies, a super cute Four Leaf Cootie Catcher (yes, these are still popular with kids).  They would be great for a St. Patrick’s Day party favor.  Use the “Next” button on the post to see step-by-step instructions.

 

From Tom Kat studio, cute and quick free St. Patrick’s Day cupcake toppers:

 

And a Scrappy DIY St. Patrick’s Day Wreath, from a Little Tipsy:

FAB Friday – another St. Patrick’s Day GREEN post…

For all of you “last minute” planners, I have a few more St. Patrick’s Day links to check out!

From Love The Day, a FABULOUS set of St. Patrick’s Day greenery for your party… download and print tags, cupcake wrappers, yard signs, name tags, and SO MUCH more!

From Creative Juice, a wonderful array of photos to get you ready for your St. Patrick’s Day party.  The post includes tutorials on how to make the rainbow background, links to free printables… and simply divine inspiration!

And even more lovely FREE St. Patricks printables, this time from Pizzazzerie.  Get  St. Patrick’s day cupcake wrappers, drink flags, food tent cards, and even bottle labels!

St. Patrick’s Day is Almost Here…

And I think we need some GREEN around here, don’t you?  I’m thinking Green Desserts just in time for St. Patricks Day.

How about some green MARGARITA cupcakes, from Good-bye Gluten?  They fill in perfectly for  St. Patrick’s cupcakes. Actually – the recipe give is for the Green Margarita Buttercream, use if on store bought or homemade cupcakes (Yes…I’ve been know to buy unfrosted cupcakes from our supermarket).  Perfect for St. Patrick’s Day, in every way:

Always wanted to know how to make a rainbow cake?  This tutorial is fabulousGreat photos and instruction.  Read all about how to make a Leprochaun Trap Cake, from not martha:

Looking for St. Patricks’s cookies?  Try this incredibly fun twist on S’mores, check out these Leprochaun Hat S’mores from Hostess with the Mostess:

And one more for the kids (and kids at heart)… from Gluesticks, a rainbow fruit platter, with marshmallow clouds!