Wow! What a great spread. Saturday was such a busy day for us that the best I could muster was a loaf of Irish soda bread. I had plans to make a few other things but there simply weren't enough hours in the day. The St. Patrick cookies are cute. Maybe next year I'll be able to give those a try for my girls and my religious ed class.
Irish Bread is perfect! I'm still recovering from our weekend. We left the house Saturday morning just after 8:30am and were out (other than a quick stop back home to pick up a gift) until nearly 10pm! The day started with Hockey Skills Competition/Parents vs. Players Game/ and Potluck, then we headed to a birthday party, then it was 5:30 pm Mass (since my husband had to leave for the airport at 4:30am Sunday morning), then a parish St. Patrick's Day Dinner. Thankfully I had prepared for this Sunday Coffee hour on Friday, and the kids were so helpful with getting everything that we were bringing to the church.
How festive and fun Jessica! Where did you get the coloring pages for St. Patrick? The one with the squares looks like it was hand drawn? They're beautifully done.
Thank you, Noreen! My kids brought about 15-20 coloring pages to use as decorations. The ones that are pictured in this post are from Fenestrae Fidei and St. John the Baptist Religious Ed.
Looks wonderful!! I love the St. Patrick cookies.
Didn't they turn out cute?! They were made by my friend Kimber, who borrowed our cookie cutters. They were gluten free and so yummy!
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