3.05.2013

Shamrock Floats


St. Patrick's Day will be here before you know it. I've started to decorate and I'm hunting down cute party supplies.  I have a yummy minty green drink for you to serve. This frosty treat is so simple, it only has two ingredients (a carton of Lime Sherbet, and a 2 liter bottle of Sprite).  Scoop the sherbet into a pitcher, punch bowl or individual glasses and then top with Sprite. I served my minty green drinks with some yummy minty green Pistachio Wedding Cookies.  The recipe is from the gorgeous food blog Mother Thyme.


I dressed up my milk bottles with little gold shamrocks.  These were so easy to make.  I used gold heart stickers from We Love Citrus and a tiny strip of gold washi tape (I use Minted's).  I also dressed up my paper straws with a little more gold washi tape. If you are looking to host a party, visit We Love Citrus. This San Diego based shop, has unique party supplies to make your party treats extra special.


And I have a fun treat for O + P readers, how does 20% of your purchase at We Love Citrus sound?  Go check out We Love Citrus and leave a comment telling me what caught your eye.  Then the first 20 folks to email me your email address will get a 20% off code.


I'm also reusing the Pom Pom bunting I made for Olivia's first birthday party.

13 comments:

  1. These look so delicious! And the bottles you decorated are so pretty. I think I might just have to try making the shamrock float ..yum!! :)

    xo

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  2. LOVE this! The cookies look so good.

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  3. I can almost taste the little cookies!!

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  4. So cute!! I love how you made the shamrocks out of gold heart stickers. Also, your photography is awesome - if only my blog photos looked half as good! ;)

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    1. Thanks Haeley, I appreciate your kind words. My pictures have come a long way. I put a lot of time and effort into trying to get good shots. I still see lots of issues with them, but they are better. PS love your new playroom. It's so bright and cheerful.

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  5. Love this ! So cute :)
    The cookies <3 *_*

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  6. yumm, love the St.Patrick's day treats :)

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  7. Thanks guys for all your sweet comments. I appreciate you stopping by and leaving me a comment. Totally makes my day.

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  8. I’m wondering now if we can talk about your sites statistics – search volume, etc, I’m trying to sites I can buy adspace through – let me know if we can talk about pricing and whatnot. Cheers mate you’re doing a great job though.

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  9. Hi Jeran! I featured your shamrock float along with a link to this page on a recent St. Patrick's Day post! You are so clever and take beautiful photos!

    http://www.marry-mint.com/2014/03/st-patricks-day-fun.html

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