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Announcing JanMary St Patricks Day Bloggy Carnival 2011

It’s that time again, when half the world goes green crazy, and each year I am continually amazed at how Ireland is celebrated around the world!

I’m JanMary, a blogger in Northern Ireland, and at this time of year I host a wee party to celebrate the celebrating of St Patrick!This is our 3rd year to host the celebrations, please join the party 🙂

This is your chance again to link up any St Patricks Day related post (decor, food, how you celebrate, how you DON’T celebrate, your connection (if any) to Ireland) …it’s really up to you!  If you do you would WIN (excitied?)!

As the famous drink says

Only TWO conditions

1. Add this button to your post/blog


2. Link back to JanMary’s St Patrricks Day Bloggy Carnival 2011

There will be prizes! – In the past these have included recipe books, tea towels, linen cloth or hankie, Cadbury’s chocolate mini eggs…..

The link-up will close on 26th March, and then winners will be chosen at random.

Look out later this week for my own St Patrick’s Day post later this week.

Even if you don’t blog, or won’t be blogging about St Patricks Day, be sure to leave a comment below as a commenter will be chosen at random to receive a wee prize too 🙂

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  1. I’m in! I’ve already got my post up. I know it’s not quite St. Pat’s yet but I figured I would let other folks know where the party was.

  2. Oooh Sounds fun. I’m quite new to blogging and so this will be the first time I will be taking part in such a carnival. Better get my thinking cap on about what I’m going to post about.

  3. Thanks for throwing a St. Patrick’s Day party! I linked up my menu which is very Irish American. Let me know if you try corned beef and how you like it. Where is the code for your button? Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

  4. Though I haven’t blogged in about a year, it will surely be fun to go down your list and read everyone’s entries. Fun way to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day.

    I’m of German heritage, but I married into the Connair family, which is apparently related to Padraic Connaire, Irish storyteller. lol, possibly this is why our oldest aspires to be a writer, and why the other kids seem to do so well at it?!!!

  5. Thanks for hosting your St. Patrick’s Day Bloggy Carnival, JanMary! It’s so much to have friends around the world! 🙂 Deb @ LivingMontessoriNow.com from Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA

  6. Oh dear, I’ve gone and done it. Misspelled the name of my dh’s ancestor! It’s Padraic O’Connaire! I hope the snakes don’t come after me, lol.

  7. I must be the only person in the world who doesn’t have a blog, lol! Anyway, I certainly look forward to perusing all the ilnks above and seeing what we can do to celebrate next year. We usually just wear green and eat green scrambled eggs for breakfast, but this year I decorated a bit more for the occasion.

    sorzy (at) wideopenwest (dot) com

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