Whether you’re Irish or not, everyone can enjoy the fun festivities of St. Patrick’s Day. The 10 Free St. Patrick’s Day Printable Cards have lots of fun designs to choose from. Whether you’re sending a message to a friend or family member, or want to wish someone a Happy Saint Patrick’s Day, these cards are sure to brighten up anyone’s day.
The ten St. Patrick’s Day card sayings include…
- Eat, Drink and Be Irish
- Happy St. Patrick’s Day
- 17 March
- Lucky to Have You … My Sweet Friend
- You’re Sweet
- Happy St. Patrick’s Day (Cupcake)
- Bless to be Your Shamrock
- LUCK (Coloring Card)
- Lucky for Me, I Have You, Happy St. Patrick’s Day
- Lucky to Have You, Happy St. Patrick’s Day
To spread the luck this March 17th, download these 10 Free St. Patrick’s Day Printable Cards today. After downloading them to your computer, print on white copy paper or heavy cardstock. Then simply cut on the lines with scissors as shown below. You can choose either cutting horizontally or vertically. Then fold over, and write a Irish blessing inside.
If you need an envelope, an envelope template can be found below.
History and Fun Facts About St. Patrick’s Day
Here are some history and fun facts about St. Patrick’s Day that you may not have known.
Did you know…
- St. Patrick was not Irish
- St. Patrick was born in Britain
- At sixteen, he was kidnapped by Irish pirates
- Lived with a local tribe for six years
- Escaped to Gaul (now France)
- Became a priest and returned to Ireland
- St. Patrick’s Day became an official holiday in Ireland in 1903
- St. Patrick’s Day became a public holiday in 1970
- Boston held the first celebration on March 17, 1737
- The Irish flag was designed by Thomas Francis Meagher in 1848
- Shamrock has become an iconic symbol for Ireland
- Legend says St. Patrick used the three-leaf clover to teach others about the Holy Spirit
- Leprechauns are a type of fairy, and
- It’s been said that there are NO female leprechauns!
So there you have it! A few facts about St. Patrick’s Day. Sláinte! (That’s Irish for “cheers!”) 🙂
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