First St. Patrick’s Day Onesie and SALE at Everyday Party Magazine Shop

For those of you that are new here, we design a line of party printables and SVG Files for our friends over at Everyday Party Magazine. And, just in time for St. Patrick’s Day, they are having a 50% sale on St. Patrick’s Day items, including our new SVG cut files for your Cricut machines! (Need a Cricut machine to cut these SVGs and do SO much more?! SHOP CRICUT HERE!) And scroll down for the Everyday Party Magazine coupon code!

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Here is our newest SVG Cut file: a First St. Patrick’s Day design to make adorable onesies, bibs, or other baby items:

To make a onesie (or shirt, etc). you need the following:

-Cricut Cutting Machine (SHOP MACHINES HERE)
-Iron or Cricut EasyPress (SHOP EASYPRESS HERE)

Upload the SVG file of your choice to Cricut Design Space, cut out of iron-on vinyl, and press on to your shirt with the Cricut Easy Press!

Our “Kiss Me, I’m Irish” Design would be PERFECT for parties this weekend!

Our favorite SVG design for the holiday is this awesome “This Might Be Beer” design perfect for a coffee mug or tumbler:


And for 50% off St. Patrick’s Day designs through this weekend, use code: LUCKY


Irish Cream Brownie Recipe + Easy Cricut Craft

Two more days until St. Patrick’s Day! Today we are sharing a SUPER EASY Irish Cream Brownie Recipe, as well as an EASY DIY Craft to add the shamrock to the brownies with your Cricut machine (Don’t have a Cricut? Well, you need one like NOW! SHOP HERE).

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First, I’ll show you really quick how we made the shamrock design using the Cricut Maker! (SHOP CRICUT HERESHOP CRICUT HERE).

Supplies needed:

-Cricut Maker or similar cutting machine (SHOP HERE)
-Light Grip Cutting Mat (SHOP CRICUT SUPPLIES HERE) *And for March 2018, all supplies are ON SALE!*
-Piece of cardstock (any color)
-Shamrock shape from Cricut Design Space or you can DOWNLOAD our Simple Shamrock Design by CLICKING HERE

(Beginner Design Space knowledge required). Upload your shamrock into Cricut Design Space and place it within a square the size you’d like to cut your brownies. “Attach” both the square and the shamrock to the canvas so it will cut like the image below (we always use the Light Grip mat so the card stock comes off easily).

Take the shamrock out of the square and lay over the cut brownie:

Dust with powdered sugar:

Your brownie will look like this before you CAREFULLY lift off the card stock:

You’re left with an adorable shamrock shape!

Now for that brownie recipe (I’m not kidding, it’s SO easy!).

What you need:

-Box of brownie mix
-Irish Cream

Instructions: Follow the recipe on the box of brownies, except replace 2 tablespoons of the water with 2 tablespoon of Irish cream. DONE!

I was pleasantly surprised at how much of the Irish cream flavor came through (the alcohol will likely cook out while baking), and I love Irish cream so I was happy with the flavor! Haha! And with the darling little powdered sugar design on them, they make for a cute (and simple!) party food item!


Need more St. Patrick’s Day Ideas? Check out our Pinterest page by CLICKING HERE!


St. Patrick’s Day Tablescape Ideas

St. Patrick’s Day is a great excuse to set a cute table for dinner or for a party! We are thinking this year that we might include some fresh shamrocks and white flowers for a “spring” feel. While we were searching for inspiration, we found some really great tablescapes for St. Patrick’s Day!

This classic “Spring” look as seen on Elements of Style would be gorgeous for any spring soiree! And that massive prayer jar–we need it!

I love the Green glassware, metallics, and vintage dishes used in this “Bohemian” St. Patrick’s Day tablescape found on Artfully Wed:

One of our favorite sources of table inspiration is always Pizzazzerie, and she crushed it with this tablescape with a hint of rainbow in the form of Lindt truffles:

Greige Design stole our heart with the romantic greens and flowers and tall candlesticks on this gorgeous table:

Do you need some Irish recipe ideas for this weekend? Check out our recipe roundup inspiration from last year (CLICK HERE).

I can’t wait to design my table for Saturday’s dinner! Now off to search for some fresh Shamrocks 🙂



DIY St. Patrick’s Day Shirt with your Cricut and our NEW SVG

Even if you’re not Irish, our new “Kiss Me I’m Irish” SVG File available on Everyday Party Magazine is perfect for a last-minute DIY St. Patrick’s Day shirt!

Materials Needed:

-Cricut cutting machine (SHOP CRICUT MACHINES HERE)
-Blank T-shirt
-“Kiss Me I’m Irish” SVG File (DOWNLOAD HERE).

When you download an SVG, using it in Cricut Design Space is really easy! Head over to the “upload” on the left side of the page and just find your file to upload. Cricut Design Space is one of the easiest programs to use downloaded SVG Files.

Once you have your file uploaded, size and cut your image to fit the T-shirt you’ve selected (making sure the shiny side of the vinyl is down and you have “mirror” on.)

Weed out the vinyl you don’t need and iron on your vinyl design using the amazing Cricut EasyPress (SHOP HERE) With the ease of an iron but the consistency of a full on heat press, the EasyPress is a great product to add to your craft room!

Head over to the Everyday Party Magazine Shop to get this SVG as well as our “This Might Be Beer” SVG to add to your St. Patrick’s Day Coffee Mug!

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DIY St. Patrick’s Day Ideas

Our crafting for St. Patrick’s Day is continuing today with these great ideas we’ve found across the internet. Whether you’re having a party this weekend, or you just need a quick DIY St. Patrick’s Day idea for this week, here are some cute ideas:

Oh Happy Day always has the most darling balloon ideas, and these DIY Shamrock balloons are no exception. They would be perfect for any St. Patrick’s Day party this weekend:

I love how simple this little “Lucky Us” banner is from

Grab your Cricut and some iron-on vinyl and make a quick t-shirt to wear for the St. Patrick’s Day parade or party you’re attending from our “Kiss Me, I’m Irish” SVG available on Everyday Party Magazine: (There’s a BIG Cricut supplies SALE going on in March 2018!)

Another great project to make with iron-on are these DIY hand-lettered napkins that would be cute on the tablescape or just hanging on the oven door:

Ella Claire has 3 downloadable banners that would come together in a few minutes and would be great decorations for your house:

And just in case you’re like us and need some coffee or (cough, *BEER*), you can make this coffee mug in a few minute using our “This Might Be Beer” SVG over in the Everyday Party Magazine Shop and your Cricut:

Need some more St. Patrick’s Day DIY Inspiration? Follow us on Pinterest!

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New St. Patrick’s Day SVG (This Might Be Beer)

When holidays are on Saturday, it’s the best, isn’t it?! Especially St. Patrick’s Day! All of the parades and parties can be on the actual holiday and you don’t have to go to work the next day. St. Patrick’s Day is a holiday that we get into around our house, because my husband (and now the kids) are all little leprechauns (although my husband is the only one with red hair). So we are crafting and celebrating with simple ideas all this week! First up, we created a *NEW* SVG File for you to use while projecting this week:

Perfect for cutting out of vinyl (using your Cricut machine!) and putting on a mug like the above picture, our “This Might Be Beer” SVG is simple and super cute.

This SVG is hand lettered and hand drawn for all of your crafting needs! Head over to the Everyday Party Magazine shop to scoop up this SVG for just a couple of dollars.

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Game Day Printable Party Supplies at Everyday Party Magazine

Are you excited for the Super Bowl this weekend? I have to admit, I’m definitely in it for the commercials and the food! I’m busy planning my menu around here, and I’m definitely including some of our favorite game day recipes you can find right here on the blog, including Jalapeño Popper Mac n’ Cheese Bites (FIND THE RECIPE HERE). We also are decorating with some simple decorations, and this year we designed a printable collection for Everyday Party Magazine.

Everyday Party Magazine also set up a simple party in her kitchen to display the printable and some of her favorite recipes. Head over to the EVERYDAY PARTY MAGAZINE BLOG to see the whole party! (Check out the awesome caramel cream filled chocolate footballs she made!)\

To include in the party package, we designed “Go Team” (in team colors) and “Game Day!” 2″ party circles that can be used as cupcake toppers, stickers, or to easily decorate party & serve ware. Everyday Party Magazine used the party circles to decorate containers of plastic silverware, which made them look more party appropriate!

We also designed the “Game Day!” Banner seen below, as well as “Go Team” Pennant Flags in the participating team colors:

Here is a close up of the party circles:

And here are the pennant flags we made to represent each of the participating teams in the big game on Sunday:

To shop the Big Game/Game Day party package, head over to the Everyday Party Magazine shop BY CLICKING HERE!

(All party photos by Everyday Party Magazine)


Awesome Places to Buy Valentine’s Day Chocolate Gifts

It’s officially February and Valentine’s Day shopping is in full swing! If you’re one of those people that really doesn’t like chocolate, I feel bad for you 😉 Gourmet chocolates are a great gift for Valentine’s Day, or any day for that matter! I consider myself to be a professional when it comes to tasting chocolate HAHA, so I wanted to share some of my favorite places to buy chocolate for Valentine’s Day, and a couple of places that I really want to try!

I should note: these are NOT affiliate links, just helpful links for your Valentine’s Day shopping!

Vosges chocolates have been a favorite of mine for a long time, and somewhere I have purchased gifts for Valentine’s Day for my husband. They have some unique flavors and one of my favorite places to get my bacon+chocolate fix!

Photo: Vosges Chocolates

See’s Candies have been gainly popularity over the last couple of years, as the West coast company has started expanding to the rest of the country. It’s a family favorite, and a great place to get classic, great tasting gourmet chocolates that everyone will love.

Photo: See’s

Max Brenner is another favorite of mine and my husband. We first visited (and tasted) their chocolates in New York City while we were on our Honeymoon. They are wonderful!

Photo: Max Brenner

Now for the chocolate I would like to try. First is the new chocolate engineered by Thomas Keller and Armando Manni, found at Williams Sonoma:

Photo: Williams Sonoma

And check out these AMAZING chocolates from Christopher Elbow. They look incredibly beautiful, especially those gem-shaped chocolates!

Photo: Christopher Elbow

Do you have any places you like to buy chocolate? Have you tried the ones that I want to try? Let me know in the comments!

Easy Valentine’s Day Gift for Him with FREE Printable Download

Valentine’s Day gifts are tough. Especially for guys! This year, we are making it easy for you with our Printable Valentine’s Day Gift Certificate for Him!

You could use these certificates for anyone (for an easy gift for a boyfriend, child, friend) as a quick Valentine’s Day gift! Just fill in the gift of your choosing, and put it in a card or even wrap it up in a small box! You could even use it as a simple romantic Valentine’s Day gift (my husband made me add that idea!)

Snag your FREE Printable Gift Certificates HERE

Need other Easy Valentine Day Gifts for Guys? Check out the recipe for our Heart Shaped Chocolate Chip Cookie, perfect for a homemade gift!



Craft Lightning DIY Valentine’s Day Felt Heart Hair Clip

We’re back with another round of Craft Lightning to start off 2018, and this year myself and my fellow craft bloggers will be showing off a different DIY material each month. This month, it’s felt! And with Valentine’s Day in just a couple of short weeks, I thought it would be perfect to create a quick and easy DIY Felt Heart Hair Clip in just a few short minutes!

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Materials needed to create this Craft Lightning Valentine’s Day Felt Hair Clip:

-Cricut Cutting Machine (I used the Cricut Maker BUY ONE HERE) If you don’t have one, you definitely need one! You could cut simple hearts by hand, but this tutorial is designed to be made with the new Cricut Rotary Blade, exclusive to the Maker. CHECK OUT THE MAKER HERE.
-Felt in 3 colors (I chose Red, Light Pink and White)
-Hot Glue Gun
-Hinged Blank Hair Clips (I got them at Michaels)
-Plain Headband, if you’d like to put the clip on a headband (I definitely stole one from my daughter’s collection).

We’ve created the heart shapes for you using Cricut Access files on Cricut Design Space, which will make this project incredibly easy, because you can head right over to the project on Design Space BY CLICKING HERE. Don’t have Cricut Access? Find out more about Access, including the DISCOUNTS you can get on digital designs and cutting materials by heading to the Cricut Access Page by CLICKING HERE.

When you get to the cutting page, you’ll see that Design Space has separated out the hearts by color, on three cutting mats. As you can see in the picture below, I’m getting ready to cut the red base hearts:

NOTE: I actually ended up changing the material to “Acrylic Felt.”

Once I changed the setting, holy cow look how awesome the Maker cut the felt with the new Rotary Blade! (SHOP THE MAKER HERE).

After all of your pieces are cut (in just a few minutes), collect the rest of your supplies.

Glue all of the layers together with the glue gun:

Then, run a strip of glue down the top side of the blank hair clip (look how well used that glue gun is HAHA!):

And then glue the hair clip to the center of the back of the layered heart. You officially have a finished DIY Valentine’s Day Heart Hair Clip!

My daughter immediately wanted to attach it to a headband, which is easy with the “alligator” style clips. She loves it! She’s going to wear it to school for her Valentine’s Day parties:

Seriously y’all, I completed this project in under 10 minutes, including cutting time. Now that’s a definitely Craft Lightning!

Check out all of the felt crafts in this round of Craft Lightning: