What are you doing for Saint Patrick’s Day? Or better yet what are you doing to prepare for Saint Patrick’s Day? Why not learn a simple Irish ballad on the tin whistle to impress your friends at your local Irish pub. Or teach your kids and turn them into the next Youtube sensation. Continue reading
On the south west coast of Ireland there is a tiny village in County Kerry called Sneem. It is nestled in a valley surrounded by beautiful rolling mountains. The road map looks like a figure eight with a North Square and a South Square separated by a bridge over the rocky Sneem River. This configuration is likely why it’s named Sneem which means knot. The stucco houses and shops that lines the streets are painted in a variety of bright colors. Nearby sights include castles and ancient rocky ruins. It is a beautiful place that attracts many visitors. It’s the definition of quaint and an absolutely magical place!
Since the real thing is way too small and scarce this time of year, let’s get crafty for St. Paddy’s Day with some construction paper shamrocks!
So without further ado, back by popular demand… wait for it… heart garland (audible cheers!) in its CLOVER configuration!
Céad Míle Fáilte everyone!
Is green not your color but you want to get into the St. Paddy’s Day spirit? Do you love shamrocks but just not on your person? Do you love Aran sweaters but they are currently outside your budget?
Well do I have a very special, one day early, Freebie Fridays download for you! Continue reading