Saint Patrick’s Day is celebrated worldwide by Irish people and increasingly by non-Irish people (usually in Australia and America). Celebrations are generally themed around all things Irish and, by association, the color green. Both Christians and non-Christians celebrate the secular version of the holiday by wearing green or orange, eating Irish food and/or green foods, imbibing Irish drink (such as Guinness or Baileys Irish Cream) and attending parades.
One of the most important aspects of preparing for St. Patrick’s day is St. Patrick’s Day decorations. People celebrating this festival like to decorate their houses with Shamrock, and other motifs that are symbolic of St. Patrick’s day.
Zingoetrie St. Patrick’s Day Mini Rolling Pins Features:
- 3pcs decorative mini rolling pins that with dark green, forest and grass colors and adorned with removable clover ribbons.
- Three different patterns with IRISH, LUCKY and shamrock printed to match well with this Irish spring festival.
- Each rolling pin is lasered by real wood and hand painted with acrylic paint so there will be small imperfections and no two pins are exactly alike, and that’s the farmhouse style that we like.
- Each shamrock rolling pin measures 8 inches long. Size fits perfectly on your green festival tiered trays decor and pairs well with Rae Dunn bee collection.
- They are for display only but not for baking.
Zingoetrie Wood Mini Rolling Pins Make the Cute St. Patrick’s Day Gift Idea for Hostess, Wife…
Unlike other major festivals, St. Patrick’s day is not one of those festivals which has a custom of exchanging gifts. However people still take this opportunity of giving and exchanging St. Patrick’s Day gifts to friends and family. Giving gifts on occasions like festivals and celebrations has been a long standing tradition that has been around for ages. people give gifts to each other to express their love, happiness and appreciation for one another.