From green beer, to Irish based drinks these handy St. Patrick's Day drink DIYs will show you how to easily prepare a variety of Leprechaun approved beverages for St. Patrick's Day. From printable bottle labels for beer, soda, wine or water, to shamrock drink toppers or even how to make your own pint of green beer these do it yourself ideas will be a hit at your St. Patrick's Day celebration.
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Use one of these DIY shamrock straw toppers this St. Patrick's Day in your green drink of choice, from green milkshakes to a green cocktail these festive green shamrocks are simple to make out of green gift wrap or construction paper. Learn how to make your own set of shamrock straw toppers right here.
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Celebrate this St. Patrick's Day by making any regular bottle of beer more festive with printable bottle labels that can be attached over your beer bottle's existing labels. Lia Griffith offers two free labels for you to download, one is "today I'm Irish so kiss me" and the other is "St. Patrick's Day lucky".
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Green beer is an essential part of celebrating St. Patrick's Day so learn how to pour a pint of shamrock colored beer at home. Vicky Barone easy to follow tutorial will show you how to make green beer in seconds using a pale ale and green food coloring.
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Surprise your friends by making a round of St. Patrick's Day shooters or cocktails such as the Irish Flag, Irish Frog, or Shamrocked and top them off with a mini luck me printable drink flag that you can cut out and stick onto a straw. To make your own lucky me drink flags visit I Heart Naptime for the free printable template.Continue to 5 of 9 below.
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Take a green soda green color or one with a green bottle, such as Mountain Dew or Sprite and transform them into a St. Patrick's Day themed beverage by adding a printable lucky pop label available at Homemaking Hacks.
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These printable tartan beer labels by Catch My Party have a beautiful traditional design that you can print for free and attach over any bottle of beer so you can toast to the luck of Irish on St. Patrick's Day.
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If you are heading over to a house party this St. Patrick's Day and do not wish to bring beer these DIY luck of the Irish bottle toppers by Sarah Hearts are an easy way to make a bottle wine fit with the St. Patrick's Day theme.
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Top any glass with a colorful rainbow sugar edge made of sprinkles and corn syrup as demonstrated by Oh My Creative. To complete the look add handmade chocolate shamrocks to the edge of the glass to make any cocktail St. Patrick's Day themed.Continue to 9 of 9 below.
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At your St. Patrick's Day party make sure to have plenty of bottles of water on hand to keep everyone hydrated. I Heart Naptime has free printable lucky shamrock tags to make a regular water bottle seem extra festive by tieing a cute tag around the neck of the bottle.