I nearly forgot about St. Patty today!
It wasn’t until I walked down to the corner store an hour ago that I realized it… when I saw a troupe of jolly (Re: tipsy) spring breakers all sporting kelly green T-shirts and various other green accessories. SO… a little list of “green” green things in honor of the day. : D
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Clever T-shirt from Lonely Dinosaur
“100% USA-grown Organic Cotton, and the shirts themselves are stitched, designed, and printed in the United States.”
I really love this 100% GOTS certified organic bedding from West Elm! Color shown is Cactus. (230 thread count, oh heaven.)
Ever since I discovered Jam Paper & Envelope in New York City a few years back, it has been my favourite source for gorgeous paper and envelopes. Yes, I said gorgeous. I like paper. A lot. And these Green Recycled Brite Hue Envelopes are no exception!
I am a HUGE lover of Etsy, and I have written about the great online handmade/vintage goods store several times before on this blog. This rather green fine art photograph struck me as both lovely and friendly (Beetles are such affable looking cars, aren’t they?)
(this piece, named “Mrs. Olive Green”, can be found in aplacefortwiggs shop on Etsy)
What is St. Patrick’s Day without shamrocks?
Sweet handmade four leaf clover necklace from Neverland Jewelry’s store on Etsy.