I’m a Jew with Eastern European roots married to an Indian Hindu. We could not be further from Irish if we tried. But does that stop my mother from cooking corned beef and cabbage each St. Patrick’s Day? Of course not! Let’s get into the spirit of the upcoming holiday with a showcase of shamrocks.
This German art deco necklace dates back to the 1920s. Just look at the rich color and texture of the enamel leaves. I found it at Fiona Kenny Antiques, which I’m assuming is run by a lovely Irish lass!
Totally Tootsies can make these sweet shoes for newborns up through toddlers. You’ll also find bright and colorful diaper covers, headbands, and sun hats in her shop.
This original acrylic painting will add the luck of the Irish to your home all year round. Let’s All Make Believe painted it on a gallery wrapped canvas, so no framing is necessary.
The Irish flag is the basis for this adjustable metal cuff. Georgiasita altered the image to give it a weathered look, then added shamrocks and small green crystals.
Ok, technically this is a 4 leaf clover, so if you are a Shamrock purist, just keep scrolling! This bracelet can be found at Hemp Beadery, an enormously popular shop that sells both hemp craft supplies and handmade jewelry.
The combination of beige and emerald green give these handmade gift tags a soft, old-fashioned feel. Bunco Betty’s has a great selection of tags and greeting cards for every season and occasion.
Finally, tiny sterling silver discs have been hand stamped with a single shamrock to create these simple and sweet earrings. I love the way Anna Ourth Jewelry gave the silver a brushed, textured finish.