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  • Karyn Hackman

    St. Patrick's Day St. Patrick's Day Crafts Ideas St. Patrick's Day Recipes St. Patrick's Day Printables St. Patrick's Day Games History of St. Patrick's Day All Holidays Healthy Living Try It Contest Luck of the Straw

  • Anne Marie Cribbin

    St. Brigid's Cross craft project

  • jessica franks

    Luck of the Straw - Celebrate St. Patrick's Day by making a Brigid's cross, a craft honoring one of Ireland's patron saints. Traditionally these crosses are made of rushes, which grow wild in marshy areas. We wove our cross from colored craft-store raffia. #stpatricks #kids #crafts #homeschool #school

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