When I was a little girl, my Mimi would send my sister and I special cards for each holiday. I always looked forward to the St. Paddy’s Day cards because she would include a clover and a few dollars for a Shamrock Shake. My Mimi has been gone for more than 20 years, and I still think of her every year on St. Pat’s. So, I created a cute printable St. Patrick’s Day card to send to Mimi’s youngest sister, my Great Aunt Nancie.
St. Paddy’s Day Printables
When the boys were younger, we would send them to school with small treats for their classmates for St. Patrick’s Day.
The boys and my niece and nephew loved these printables, but there are plenty more if these aren’t your favorites!
Free Printable St. Patrick’s Day Card
I mentioned that I am sending this card to my Aunt Nancie and Uncle Buddy. They live in Connecticut, and have always celebrated St. Paddy’s Day in a BIG way. So, it is important for me to celebrate with them, even from afar. I am ordering some traditional St. Patrick’s Day meals for them to enjoy too. I just wish I could be up there with them too.
This Printable St. Patrick’s Day Card is sized at a standard A6 card when it’s folded in half. I had my cards printed at a professional printer on heavy duty card stock. Then I cut the card around the trim and folded it in half.
You can find the card in the shop, here. Use the code SHAMROCKCARD to download it FREE. Then send some good luck to your friends and family this St. Paddy’s Day!
And, this is a picture of my Mimi hanging upside down to kiss the Blarney Stone in the Fall of 1985. She went to Ireland with her two sisters and her parents. I hope to visit Ireland one day soon and see some of the same things they saw.