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Top ‘o the morning to you! I hope you had a romantically wonderful Valentine’s Day with those who you love. For us, we had our annual family Valentine’s Day dinner complete with Welch’s Sparkling Rose!
Gone are the hearts, Cupid, and everything red. Now, it’s time to start thinking green. With St. Patrick’s Day just a month away, let me inspire you with another installment of sayings for crafters.
You can view other sayings lists at this link.
St. Patrick’s Day Sayings for Crafters
I pinch back.
Kiss me, don’t pinch me.
Kiss me, I’m lucky.
Kiss me, I’m Irish.
Kiss me, I’m not Irish, I’m just cute!
Kiss me, You’re luck, I’m cute.
Just plain lucky
Irish today, hungover tomorrow.
St. Patrick’s Day Drinking Team.
I’m a lucky (teacher) (mom) (dad) (cashier) (etc.)
Irish I could drink (perfect for a pregnancy shirt)
Irish you’d buy me a beer
Shake your shamrocks
Sassy Irish Lassie
I ? Shenanigans
L ? V E
Lucky in Love
I don’t need luck I have you
May the luck of the Irish be with you.
Lucky like a four leaf clover
Lucky as can be
Erin Go Braugh
Get your luck here
When Irish eyes are smiling, they are usually up to something
Top ‘o the Morning to You
Keep calm and Irish on
Eat, Drink, and Be Irish
Blarney spoken here
Just a wee bit Irish
Wee bit ‘o cuteness
Mommy’s/Daddy’s Little Lucky Charm
The leprechauns made me do it
Part Irish, all trouble
Mommy/Daddy is the lucky one
Trust me, I’m Irish (ish)
I (mustache image) you not to pinch me
100% Irish (Today only)
I’m not short, I’m leprechaun sized
I’m not lucky, I’m blessed
I don’t need to wear green, It’s in me blood!
Cutest Clover in the Patch
Information You Need to Know
It’s a debate every year: Is it St. Patty’s Day or St. Paddy’s Day? The correct way is PADDY. And, someone is so passionate about correcting everyone that he created a website with the explanation why. Happy St. Paddy’s Day crafting to everyone!
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Since 2015, Christine Schinagl has been helping crafters start and run craft businesses through her blog, Cutting for Business. As a Silhouette and Cricut crafter herself, she has a unique take on what works and what doesn’t work in the craft business world. She also teaches a course on creating digital SVG designs, available at How to Design SVGs.