Be Irish with Your Own St. Patrick’s Day Pillows
Make St. Patrick’s day festive and fun with St. Patrick’s Day pillows and home decor. Bring the good humor and fun of Saint Patrick’s day into your home with these throw pillows.
The Irish are generous. They love to share their beloved holiday, St. Patrick’s Day, with one and all. Buy one of these Irish pillows for yourself or an Irish friend. Cheers!
CafePress St. Patrick’s Day Celtic Knot Throw Pillow – Standard Multi-color
May the road rise up to meet you
May the wind be at your back.
Tapestry Throw with Irish Sayings and Celtic Knots
Perfect Gifts for the Irish Lad or Lass in Your Life
This lovely tapestry throw features the popular Irish blessing “May the road rise to meet you, may the wind be at your back.”
Snuggle down on the sofa with your favorite Irish person and stay warm with this Thomas Kinkade sofa throw.
Manual Thomas Kinkade 50 x 60-Inch Tapestry Throw with Verse, Emerald Valley
Irish Art for Your Home — St. Patrick’s Home Decor
Show your love of Ireland and your Irish roots with Irish art that reflects your heritage. This Celtic trinity knot wall hanging comes with a card explaining the meaning of this symbol.
Celtic Trinity Knot Wall Hanging and Card
Complement your green pillows and other home decor with this music box that you can enjoy year round. This music box plays the tune “When Irish Eyes Are Smiling.”
Cottage Garden Irish Blessing Woodgrain Music Musical Jewelry Box Plays When Irish Eyes Are Smiling
Show Your Funny Irish Side
Let the world know that you’re Irish and that you’re funny. This burlap pillow is charmingly rustic and a hoot! Toss one to an Irish friend and make their March 17th the best yet!
Well If You Mustache I’m Irish Burlap Bag Moustache St Patrick’s Day Pillow Decor
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