You deserve all that St. Patrick’s Day has to offer on March 17th. Now that you are retired, what is stopping you? Make it even more special with some homemade treats! Here are a few of our favorite at-home ideas to help you celebrate St. Patrick’s Day.
Fill Your Home with Irish-Themed Accents
Fill your home with all things green to show off your enthusiasm for St. Patrick’s Day decor.
Give a Treat on St. Patrick’s Day
When topped with a swirl of green frosting, mint chocolate brownies make the perfect St. Patrick’s Day snack. It’s simple to construct flawless designs every time with a refillable frosting bag.
Wear a Clover with Four Leaves
Saint Patrick is said to have used three-leaf clovers to represent the Trinity – the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. Clovers with four leaves are considered lucky because they are uncommon. Celebrate a lucky day by painting a clover on your face or wearing a clover-print outfit.
Make a Dessert for St. Patrick’s Day
Looking for a simple and enjoyable St. Patrick’s Day activity? Make some St. Patrick’s Day treats to enjoy with friends, children, or just for yourself.
Make Adorable Leprechaun Hats
To honor St. Patrick’s Day, make a crunchy cucumber delicacy in the shape of a leprechaun hat. Cut one English cucumber into 1-inch chunks and place them flat on a dish, as indicated. For each hat, trim a cucumber brim and secure it in place. Finish with a sliced cheese band and buckle, which are affixed with hummus.
Green Cocktails Are the Move
On St. Patrick’s Day, expect to see a lot of green. Green drinks are commonly served at bars, restaurants, and street festivals, in honor of the holiday. And if you’re staying at home this year, now is the perfect time to try preparing your own.
For St. Patrick’s Day, Dress in Green
If you don’t wear green on March 17, you’ll be pinched, according to St. Patrick’s Day tradition. Simply incorporate a splash of green into your attire this year to demonstrate your Irish pride – even if you work from home.
Serve a Snack Themed Green
This year, give your grandchildren a colorful St. Patrick’s Day snack. Are you looking for an amazing concept? On rye toast, try avocados or sliced cucumber.
Make a Leprechaun Tree and Decorate It
Decorate a St. Patrick’s Day tree if you still have your Christmas tree up or are looking for an excuse to bring it up from the basement. Leprechauns, ornaments, and green rainbows will delight the grandkids, and the brilliant tree will make your home feel especially festive as you celebrate at home.
With the Grandchildren, Make a Clover Craft
With a fun and kid-friendly St. Patrick’s Day activity, you can make your own luck. Colored markers, a paper plate, and scissors are all you need to construct this simple four-leaf shamrock hat: To build the hat, trace a shamrock form in the center of the plate, then cut around the shape and the plate’s rim.
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