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Tuesday, March 13, 2012

St. Patrick's Day Treats!


Have I got some St. Patrick's Day Treats for you?!
Check out these amazing sweets that were linked up at my


First up are these Mint Chocolate Bites from The Winthrop Chronicles. 
My, they look so good!

See Vanessa Craft made these gorgeous Lucky Chocolate Covered Oreos. 
Don't they make your mouth water?

Chicken Scratch designed her cake pops to look like Pots O' Gold.

The Confetti Diaries made these fun green layered Push Pops for St. Patrick's Day.

Repeat Crafter Me made these Candy Shamrock Toppers for her green cupcakes.
Such a great way to make cupcake designs! 

How about a Shamrock Shake? 
Pat's Pink Apron shows you how to make one just like Mc D's.

Whoa! These Guinness and Baily's Irish Cream Cuppy Cakes from 21 Rosemary Lane are loaded!
Be sure to leave out the Guinness if you're making them for kids.


Ooooh! These ShamROCKIN' Good Sugar Cookies from Teagan's Travels
look so sweet and fluffy.  I always crave sugar cookies!

You won't believe all the green treats Homespun With Love came up with!
From green pudding to green popcorn to colored milk...what a party.  Love it!

If green isn't really your thing...celebrate St. Patrick's Day with rainbows!
Racks and Mooby linked up these bright and beautiful rainbow cupcakes...Mmmm!

And here's some rainbow Slice and Bake Sugar Cookies from Crazy For Crust.
Aren't they adorable?
Rainbows totally work for St. Patrick's Day, don't you think?


Thanks for all these great link ups!
Click here to see even more great Springtime Holiday ideas!








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11 comments :

  1. Thank you for sharing our Green treats!

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  2. Thank you so much for sharing my Guinness and Bailey's cupcakes!!! This is such a fun party...will link up again!

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  3. Thanks for the feature! The mint chocolate bites are really yummy :)

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  4. Oh dear leprachaun those oreos look A-M-A-Z-I-N-G!

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  5. Michelle, thank you SO much for featuring our shamrock sugar cookies! This really is the best recipe and so easy!! I always love your fun linky parties!!

    http://teaganstravels.blogspot.com

    Happy St. Paddy's Day!
    Michelle

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  6. Thank you so much for the feature! :) Makes me smile. :)

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  7. Hi Michelle, I enjoy reading your blogs. I love your blog header, and was wondering and hoping you could leave a reply here to let me know what font that is? I would really appreciate it if you could. Many thanks! Ramona

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  8. Hi Ramona-- Thanks for reading. The font is called Pupcat. I found it on Picnik...remember that Picnik is closing down in April.

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  9. We're always up for dessert at our house - I bet I could whip something up - I think I have some instant vanilla pudding sitting in my pantry, add a little green food coloring and instant St Patty's dessert - although to be honest, I think I'd kill for one of those chocolate covered oreaos you featured.

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  10. Dear Michelle, I hope you know how special you are. Thank you from the depths of my heart for helping me out, by telling me the name of the font. Your kindness to share with me is greatly appreciated!!! Pupcat looks super! One of the things I love about your blog is 'consistency'. I love the fact that you put your name on your photographs and remain consistent with your own personal style. Oh dear, I hope I am explaining this okay. I guess routine and consistency are two things I admire. I was raised in a Christian Family Group Home. With fourteen kids, varying in ages and all having a unique story to tell, routine and consistency were very important. I hear so many horror stories from adults who were also raised in Children's Homes, but for me, God really blessed me! They were the best years of my life! Well, Michelle I thank you again. Please remember that you are special. God be with you always. Love, Ramona

    PS: Oops, I nearly forgot to tell you. I managed to download Pupcat from the website dafont.com. I'm not sure if you only use it while using Picnik, but if you would like to download it here's the link... http://www.dafont.com/pupcat.font

    GOD BLESS!

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    1. Thanks for all the kind, encouraging words, Ramona! Thanks for the dafont link, too. I just downloaded that font. Hope you'll come back and visit again, soon.

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