Are you feeling lucky? Maybe a four-leaf clover would help. St. Patrick’s Day is the second day of the Lincoln Handmade Team’s giveaway extravaganza and I’m throwing a four-leaf clover coffee sleeve into the ring!

All you need to do to win is leave a comment and tell me how you celebrate St. Paddy’s Day. Do you wear a lucky shamrock or lots of green? Maybe you wear orange! Do you eat corned beef and cabbage? Drink green beer? Make Irish soda bread? (Yum!)

Whether you use the cozy for a tasty Irish coffee or rich and creamy Guinness, join in on the fun! Then visit the other members of our team for more giveaway goodness.

Comments close Thursday at midnight CT. Erin Go Braugh!

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14 Responses to st. patrick’s day giveaway!

  1. Here in Brazil we don´t use to celebrate St Patrick´s day….But If I won, maybe I can start the ceebration, LOL!

  2. Lori says:

    As I child I remember my mom making mint ice cream shakes- a tradition I continued when we got married and plan to make tonight with my son.

    As a working mom I don’t have enough time to whip up a full Irish meal after work before everyone is starving, but making mint shakes for a snack is quick and easy. Last year I took a green pepper and sliced it to make a shamrock on our dinner plates as garnish – cute and super quick and easy.

    We of course dress in green as well and this year I think we might break out the green playdoh for our evening activity.

  3. Lauren says:

    When I was a kid, I remember looking forward to St. Patrick’s Day specifically for my mom’s corned beef and cabbage.

    My only tradition now is daydreaming about my mom’s corned beef and cabbage and trying not to drool. :)

  4. Lisa says:

    If lnkhandmade people are eligible, I’m in!
    I didn’t do anything on purpose to celebrate the holiday, but it’s so awesome, I wore bright green pants today, without even making the connection to the holiday! So I guess my subconscious celebrates it!

  5. Marigold says:

    My family has a super secret Soda Bread recipe that all the women (and a few of the more domestically-abled men) learn when they come of age. Every year on St. Patricks Day, we all bake two loaves; one for the immediate family and the other as a submission for the family’s Annual Soda Bread Smackdown. And even though we all know that the Smackdown is a thinly-veiled ruse my great uncle Jo cooked up some years ago as an excuse to stuff himself silly with soda bread, well, that doesn’t mean the competition isn’t fierce. And this year, Aunt Meg is going down!

  6. Mom says:

    I remember your participation in all the Irish Dancing activities when you were a wee one, and when you marched in the freezing cold for the St. Patrick’s Day Parade in downtown Baltimore, MD. Pretty good for an Italian, Polish Swede!

  7. Lynette Fast says:

    What a cute little shamrock! Love the colors – my favorite color most of the time. Add a little purple and it’s an awesome combination.

  8. Lisa says:

    I spend my St. Patrick’s Day with genuine Irish folk pretending to merely tolerate their passion for all things green – while I secretly adore their traditions and constant wearing o’the green! Today I saw my office manager’s two beautiful daughters perform their Irish dancing routines, I ate corned beef and soda bread (and am hoping there’s some left over for tomorrow), and I watched every staff member in school attempt to be a Riverdancer – not a sight for weak stomachs! All in all, it was an awesome day!

  9. deliqueena says:

    In our area we don’t celebrate St. Patrick’s Day much, but i made myself a green bookmark and stuck a leaf in my buttonhole!

  10. Cioci Ingrid says:

    I asked your Grandfather (my Dad) why he was wearing a green tie on St. Patrick’s Day. After all he wasn’t Irish. He said everyone was Irish on St. Patrick’s Day! As a child I wasn’t sure how that could be.
    Last night we went to Patrick’s which is newly reopened after a fire. The old staff was there and they looked happy to be back. The bag pipe band was reduced to three! The drum was missing and so were several pipers. It was still lots of fun. The little girls waiting in line were Irish Dancing and everyone was wearing green. We were all Irish yesterday.

  11. Sarah M says:

    We generally eat beer bread but …
    seriously…it was all gone before the 17th! Oops!

  12. Frances says:

    I so want one. You know I’m a java junkie. Phil and I toasted St. Paddy’s day with some green beer after class. I guess that will be our tradition until we graduate.

  13. Michelle S says:

    I did nothing exciting to celebrate St. Pat’s Day. I wore a green beaded necklace and a “lephracaun” (spelling?) came to visit while we were out dining. He left lots of gold-foiled candy for the kids and a yellow recorder for each of them (is he insane?).

  14. urban craft says:

    oh, I just found you and missed your giveaway. Bummer. Cool stuff on your site. Thanks!