St. Patrick’s Day is Coming

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St. Patrick’s Day is coming (March 17), and this is an early reminder that soon many people will be wearing green! I remember how much fun it was in elementary school to see who remembered the day, and I loved the outrageous combinations my friends and classmates decided to wear. It’s the one holiday where a kid can don three clashing shades of green without a problem. I had an especially favorite pair of lime green pants that I wore several years in a row until they mysteriously disappeared (My mother had just gone through my clothes. Hmm, was that just a coincidence?).

Now that I’m older, I don’t wear quite as much green on St. Patrick’s Day. I’ve even forgotten to wear it a couple of times (Shhh! Don’t tell my Irish friends). When I do remember, I like to wear a touch of green to join in the fun of the holiday. This year I made some silver and green earrings that I’m planning to wear, and hopefully I’ll be able to show you some pictures. They were fun and quick to make.

At Artbeads.com, we’re starting the celebration a bit early. If you’re on Facebook, be sure to check out our Facebook page for a special surprise themed around the Luck of the Irish!

St. Patrick's Day Jewelry Ideas

If you’d like to get into the spirit of the holiday as well, you can check out our St. Patrick’s Day Page to see fun jewelry ideas and components with a decidedly green theme.

-Katie

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    • Sharon Doolittle
    • March 8, 2011
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    Didi~
    About those mysterious lime green pants, I know you are petite and could wear them 3 yrs. in a row, little leprechaun that you are, but I have no recollections of their departure. As you know, I hardly ever throw anything away. Maybe you should check the attic the next time you are home!

    Love you, Mom

    • khostager
    • March 8, 2011
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    I fear those pants have vanished to that place where all well loved and worn out clothes finally find themselves. The lime green swim suit I received the following year did brighten my spirits, though. Mothers have a way of making things work out for the best.

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