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Send St. Patricks Day E-Cards to your friends and loved ones on this special day. Add lucky special effects, irish music, festive backgrounds and your own images.

Add lucky special effects, Irish music, festive backgrounds and your own images to your custom created St. Patrick's Day E-Cards. Express yourself to your friends and loved ones on this festive and colorful day.

Creating and sending a St. Patrick's Day e-card is a snap because of the illustrated instructions that are provided for each step of making the greeting card. It's so easy to select your picture, fonts, colors, backgrounds, messages, music and more.

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St. Patrick's Day E-Card Patterns

Don't know where to start? Our Free St. Patrick's Day E-Card Patterns listed below are sure to inspire you and get you well on your way.

Provide the information below any Card View and click "Try This St. Patrick's Day Card". The page that follows will allow you to Edit the card further or Send the card immediately.

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St. Patrick's Day Quotes and Sayings

We've listed our favorite St. Patrick's Day quotes and St. Patrick's Day sayings that are used in our St. Patrick's Day ecards. These quotes and sayings are public domain and may be used freely in any way you please.

Blessings | Positive Thoughts | Poems


As you slide down
the banister of life,
may the splinters never point
in the wrong direction!

May your blessings outnumber
the shamrocks that grow,
and may trouble avoid you
wherever you go.

May you have warm words
on a cold evening,
a full moon on a dark night,
and the road downhill
all the way to your door.

May you live as long as you want,
and never want as long as you live.

Always remember to forget
the things that made you sad.
But never forget to remember
the things that made you glad.

Always remember to forget
the friends that proved untrue.
But never forget to remember
those that have stuck by you.

Always remember to forget
the troubles that passed away.
But never forget to remember
the blessings that come each day.

May the saddest day
of your future
be no worse than the
happiest day of your past.

May the roof above us
never fall in.
And may the friends gathered below it
never fall out.

May you have warm words
on a cold evening,
A full moon on a dark night,
And the road downhill
all the way to your door.

May the Lord keep you
in His hand and never close
His fist too tight.

May your neighbors respect you,
Trouble neglect you,
The angels protect you,
And heaven accept you.

May you always have
A sunbeam to warm you,
Good luck to charm you,
And a sheltering angel
So nothing can harm you,
Laughter to cheer you,
Faithful friends near you,
And whenever you pray,
Heaven to hear you.

Positive Thoughts

For each petal
on the shamrock
This brings a wish your way
Good health, good luck, and happiness
For today and every day.

A good laugh
and a long sleep
are the best cures
in the doctor's book

St. Patrick's Day
is an enchanted time
-- a day to begin
transforming winter's dreams
into summer's magic.


Here's to your roof,
may it be well thatched
And here's to all
under it -
May they be
well matched.

May love and laughter light your days,
and warm your heart and home.
May good and faithful friends be yours,
wherever you may roam.
May peace and plenty bless your world
with joy that long endures.
May all life's passing seasons
bring the best to you and yours!

Death leaves a heartache no one can heal,
Love leaves a memory no one can steal.

Here's to a temperance supper,
With water in glasses tall,
And coffee and tea to end with
And me not there at all!

Here's to the maiden of bashful fifteen:
Here's to the widow of fifty:
Here's to the flaunting, extravagant queen,
And here's to the housewife that's thrifty!
Let the toast pass:
Drink to the lass:
I'll warrant she'll prove an excuse for the glass.

Celebrating Green and St Patrick's Day

By Arleen Kaptur

While you may or may not want to be "wearing of the green" on St. Patrick's Day, you may still bring the best of luck to you and yours with any type of celebration to welcome and open the door to Spring, which is part of the St. Pat's Day festivities. It is just so enjoyable to go from the lackluster bland colors of Winter to the vibrant and enticing shades of green and Spring.

One of the staples of a St. Patrick's Day dinner is Irish Soda Bread. There are so many different recipes available on the 'net that you can pick and choose to your heart's delight. This bread is so named because "baking soda" is the leavening agent and the "X" cut into the top of the loaf is a sure fire way to ward off any evil spirits that may be lurking around. Watching the St. Patrick's Day parade from New York City is a relaxing way for family and friends to get into the "green" mode. Sipping cool and refreshing coolers or ice cream treats, or if you prefer a hot beverage, such as green tea with mint, Irish coffee for the adults, or even minty hot chocolate with whipped cream that has some "green mint" candies crushed into it just adds to the day. The "cockles of your heart" will be warmed and ready to have thoughts of corned beef and cabbage, and all the trimmings.

The first St. Patrick's Day was celebrated in 1737. If you are into authenticity, then going to "Dublin" is easier than you think. You don't have to cross an ocean, just go cross country. There is Dublin, CA., Dublin, OH., Dublin, N.H., Dublin, GA., and even Dublin, VA.

Hallmark proclaims that it sells over 12 million St. Patrick's Day cards and greetings that are sent each year. Opening up an envelope with a wish, such as "May your neighbors respect you, troubles neglect you, angels protect you, and heaven accept you" makes for a great day indeed.

I grew up watching the Chicago river turn green each St. Patrick's Day; okay, a nicer shade of green then the norm for that river. Using tons of vegetable dye, the 'ol Chicago River becomes a "green" flowing river for a few days, which is a truly beautiful sight from the windows of some of the tall Chicago Loop buildings. It makes you want to turn to the person standing next to you and offering, "May the best day of your past, be the worse day of your future." Kind of nice!!!

Kissing the Blarney Stone is a legend in Cork, Ireland. A good way to re-enact this tradition is to kiss the cook that makes home-made blarney stones for dessert. Using your favorite cupcake recipe, just follow the directions and bake. Cool the cupcakes and then frost with any snowy white frosting and cover the entire top with green tinted coconut. Just add 1 tbs. water to green food coloring till the green is the shade that suits you. Put the coconut in a jar, add the colored water, place a tight-fitting lid on top and start to shake that jar to some really hot Irish jigs. When the coconut is tinted evenly, dry on paper towels and then add to the top of your very own Blarney Stones.

Shamrocks and gold coins cut from shiny colored paper is a great decorating tip for tabletops. You can even place initials of your guests on the underside of the coins, and before setting the table with goodies, give everyone one minute to try and pick up as many of the coins with their initials on it. Then they can buy dessert items that they choose, that are just sitting on a side table waiting to be snatched up for the right price.

Corned beef and cabbage is a mainstay but with a bit of "green" imagination, any side dishes can be made that carry out the theme of the day. At the end of any meal, pass around a green bowler hat that you can make from construction paper and fill it with well wishes and blessings that are sure to please. Your family and friends will enjoy opening up their special notes with sayings such as, "May God bring good health to your enemies' enemies" or "May you live to be a hundred years with one extra year to repent." So toast St. Patrick's Day and Slainte' to you (pronounced Slan-cha and means 'Health').

Wishing everyone the opportunity to celebrate St. Pat's Day inexpensively and in fun ways. Remember - If you ever wonder what God thinks of money, just look at who he gives it to.

Arleen Kaptur has written extensively for newspapers and periodicals.

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