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13 Ways to Get Lucky

Thirteen ways to help you feel the luck of the Irish.
By Kimchikari

In honor of St. Patrick’s Day, we at Tablespoon wanted to share some special holiday treats.


But don’t worry; even if you aren’t Irish, we have 13 Ways to get Lucky! Try out these fun ideas and you’ll feel the luck of the Irish all day!

 

1. Lucky Rainbow Jello




Instead of that pot of gold at the end of the rainbow, this colorful dessert by Glorious Treats shows how to top your rainbow with a little (chocolate) gold!

 

2. Lucky-tini jelly Shot




Get a shot of luck with these lucky-tini jelly shots.

 

3. Shamrock chips




These clever shamrock-shaped tortilla chips by Lisa Storm are “nacho” average snack.

 

4. Mini Cupcake Ornaments




These totally adorbs shamrock cupcake ornaments by Amy Miller Designs will bring a little luck to your abode.

 

5. Double Rainbow Cake Jelly Shot




Double rainbow?! What does it mean?? Good luck obviously!

 

6. Double Decker Rainbow Shamrock Cookies




Speaking of double, check out these super cute double decker cookies by Bake at 350! One cookie, twice the luck!

 

7. Lucky Charm Cocktail




This cocktail is magically delicious!

 

8. DIY St. Patrick’s Day crafts




Nothing green to wear for the festivities? Make these cute and crafty accessories by Tiny Prints!

 

9. Shamrock freezer pops




Freeze some luck for later!

 

10. St. Patrick’s Day Shamrock lucky clover nail decals




Get your nails did, Irish style, with awesome clover decals by Nail Graphics.

 

11. Shamrock Shake Lip Balm




Yummy shamrock shake flavored lip balm by For Goodness Grape for all your St. Patty’s day smooches.

 

12. Irish-Style Dirt Cake




Infuse some luck into the classic dirt cake with Lucky Charms cereal!

 

13. Irish Wedding Shoe Appliqués




For you lasses, check out these hot shamrock appliqués from Regal Rhinestones. So cute you’ll be dancing a jig in your hot new kicks.

 

 



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