A few customers asked if I was planning on design printables for St. Patrick’s Day, so here you go! You can use these to make cupcake toppers, gift tags, napkin rings & more!
To download your FREE printable party circle file, please click below:
St. Patricks Day Party Circles
If you plan on downloading, I would love for you to comment below and let me know what you plan on using them for! And of course, as always, I would love to see and share your photos!
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These are adorable! I am going to share them on my blog, if you don't mind! http://www.foreverthehostess.blogspot.com
Thanks and Happy St. Patty's Day!
I'll have to pass these along to my mom for her famous Irish scones 😉
I'm so excited about these! My son is being dedicated at church on the Sunday before St. Patty's Day and I'll be using these at the reception for sure! Thanks!!!
Thanks, Kim! I blogged about these!
Thanks so much for sharing. They are just too cute!
Thank you so much!
Loveee them! You know what I plan on using them for;o)
these are adorable-I am sending this to my girlfriend who is hosting a St. Patrick theme bunco this month!
Thank you! Helping a friend host a Irish birthday party 🙂
Thanks for sharing! I'll most likely be fastening these onto toothpicks and putting them in cupcakes for a little celebration with my hubby 🙂
Can't wait to use them on cupcakes for Olivia's preschool class. Thanks
as always they are wonderful!!
i linked to them on my blog!
Thank you so much! Your stuff is always adorable! My dad's b-day is St. Patty's day-these will be perfect!!
This are darling! Hope I get time to make some cupcakes and use them!
Thanks! These are adorable! Will share them on my blog!
These just called out popcorn balls…
Thanks for giving me some inspiration after a long day in the office!!
super cute…thinking of all the fun ways to use them…thanks!
Thank you for these. They will be so cute in my rainbow cupcakes at our St. Pat's party. Love how clean they look. You are right lucky us! Much appreciated.
I can't wait to use these at our St. Patrick's Day play date party! My hubby will be out of town this year so there won't be a big celebration–the kiddos and their moms are gonna love these!!
My students will love getting treats with these on them! Thank you very much!!!
You are such a talented and incredibly generous sweetheart Kim! happy day to you ~ Tina x
, No, I booked my filght online and rode the plane. Oh and another one I also get is Do you still live in teepees. Which is wrong cuz I’m not a plains Indian that you see on those old black and white western videos but rather Navajo and our traditional home is the hogan. All in all, I agree with ya on your blog about your view of stereotypes. But sometimes, you find a person that embodies the stereotype and you can’t help but smile. And as for the Japanese one. I gotta do some research of my own to see if it is true. Haha. J/K.
Last year I had some friends over for a St. Patty's dinner. This year, there will be cupcakes for dessert! Thanks!
karl deogracias July 9, 2010 this post is quite old pero conmmet pa rin ako.i have been here at france for around 10 years now and theres a little truth the the frenchies arrogance. but for me the worse people are the brits. they are the most racist and the most arrogant..if not for the english channel and the americans, the british would be speaking german.
Adorable! I plan on using them for a family dinner for St. Patty's Day. I usually just cook the meal, but this inspired me to actually decorate the table a little bit 🙂 Thank you for your generosity!
TOO CUTE!!! I plan to use them as "thank you boxes" for my assistants as well as for my daughter's friends. Fill wedding favor boxes with green M&Ms and decorate the boxes with paper and your oh so cute circles. Thanks for sharing!
super cute, what type of paper do you print on?
These are sooooo cute! I featured them on my blog today with a link to your site. You're one of my "go to" sites almost daily because you've got great posts all the time. Thanks so much for sharing!
Came across you site from ExtremePersonalMeasures and love you style of creativity. I have joined as follower.
I'm new to your blog but I am LOVING your stuff! I downloaded these printables and plan on using them as little stickers for my daughter and her friends since we're hosting playgroup on St. Patrick's Day. Darling! Adding a scallop punch to my shopping list and will be back to visit often. Please continue to offer downloads. I'm hooked!
Very cute! Thanks so much for the free download. I'm not sure what I'll use these for yet…I gave up sweets for Lent so I won't be baking cupcakes, but we have playgroup on Wednesdays so I'll use them for something festive on St. Patty's Day, I'm sure!
I plan to use them for our work St Patty's food day~! 🙂
WOW!! I love this blog…I think I have spent the last 2 days just reading every entry!! 🙂 I am hoping to make some cupcakes for St Patty's Day for the kids. I think they will get a kick out of the decorations.
I am going to make these for my office. What is the best way to make these?
I wasn’t sure if I should cut two pieces with the punch and glue together. Can you advise me so they look nice. I appreciate the help.
These are great! Can't wait to print these out for the cupcakes I'll take to work.
Super Cute! I will be featuring them this week:-) Thanks!
It's the luck of the Irish that led me to your blog via How About Orange. Love it!!
thanks so much for the freebie! i plan on using them to top some cupcakes with pistachio pudding frosting for my work party on st. patty's day Ü
I heart your blog!! My only regret is that I didn't find it before my daughter's birthday.
I can't wait to use these printables for some cupcake toppers.
These are wonderful, thank you!!
thank you- I hope to put these in morning muffins for my family.
Thank you for sharing your delightful creations with everyone. On St Patrick's Day we are presenting an $8000 cheque to the local childrens hospital. I'm planning to use your party circles for cupcakes to take along. The money was raised through our charity fund, Team Spencer,set up in memory of our son Spencer, who died aged 7 months from a genetic disease called Spinal Muscular Atrophy. The hospital gave us so much support during his short life and it is nice to be able to give back to them. Once again, thank you for sharing with us all and I will share photos with you of the cupcakes after St Patrick's Day.
We are having a St. Patrick's Day theme for our weekly "Family Night" since it falls on Wednesday. I'm making those rainbow cupcakes from http://www.familyfun.com and putting the circles on top! Thanks so much for sharing them.
Top O' the Mornin' to ya!
Thank you so much for your generosity.
These are darling cute and just what I was looking for!
Super cute!! Just wanted to let you know I used these to wrap around my little cookie container to hold my clover cookies I made. Please take a look at my blog: http://framefanatic.blogspot.com/2010/03/luck-o-irish.html
Thank you! For now I plan on holding onto the file for next year. 😉 It'd be fun to use them as a goody topper for part of the loot left by a leprechaun.
Hi, Thanks so much for these awesome free printables. I’ve featured you on my blog today:
I hope you’ll stop by sometime. If you are interested grab my featured button from the top left side of my blog. Cheers!
Thank you so much Kim, I am going to use these for our Crafty Ladies Night Out this weekend! Pictures and link back to you to come!
These are so cute!! I am going to use these on iced sugar cookies for a st. patty’s day party! 🙂
Sharing with two friends who have babies with upcoming St Patty’s day 1st birthdays! Thanks!
These are super cute. I plan on using them as hang tags for gifts.
I used these for my Bunco party, the theme was St. Patrick’s Day, everyone loved them.
I plan on using them for my son’s preschool party.