According to History.com, Every year on March 17, the Irish and the Irish-at-heart across the globe observe St. Patrick’s Day. What began as a religious feast day for the patron saint of Ireland has become an international festival celebrating Irish culture with parades, dancing, special foods and a whole lot of green. And with that being said, I have found some excellent ways that you can get in the St. Patrick’s Day spirit with these fantastic decorations for yourself, your house and your yard.
Of course, you have to towels for the kitchen. Plus there is a bonus, if you forget to wear green you can throw one of these over your shoulder to avoid being pinched.
Seriously, one can never have too many lights
I love the sayings on these towels.
What a great take on the classic tablecloth.
Don’t you just love it when people decorate their cars?
Of course, you want your table to look nice for all the St. Patrick’s Day Activities.
One can’t have too many flags.
When I was little, my mom always used clings to decorate. These bring back memories of my childhood.
Of course, you need to wear this, so you don’t get pinched.
I can imagine hanging these from our dining room ceiling.
I would love to sit this little cutie on my mantel.
This flag is so simple but yet beautiful at the same time.
What a great way to announce to the world that you are proud of your heritage.
Love anything that is made of burlap, it gives things a nice country feel.
Here is a frugal tip, you can always use these lights again at Christmas.
This flag screams elegance and class.
Don’t you just love all the shamrocks on this flag?
I would love to have this flag for my front yard. It is just so bright and sunny. Plus who doesn’t love daffodils?
What a cute way to welcome your friends and family to your home.
This wreath is beautiful.
I hope you found something that you love. So tell me do you decorate for Saint Patrick’s Day?