St. Patrick's Day Free Printable (Irish Blessing)

Heading into March, my mantle is still bedecked in pink and red, so I'm thinking it's just about time to switch that out for some kelly green.

St. Patrick's Day Free Printable ~ Irish Blessing |

While I don't go too crazy with St. Patrick's Day decor, I do love me a good Irish quote. So I transformed the words of one of my favorite Irish blessings into the type of printable that would make a wee leprechaun proud...and today I'm sharing it with you, too!

I don't know about you, but I'm digging this sentiment so much that I just might have to come up with a non-St. Paddy's Day rendition to display year-round.

St. Patrick's Day Free Printable ~ Irish Blessing |

Yup...blessings that outnumber troubles, and ultimately, happiness...what more can we wish for than that? I'm thinking them Irish are onto something. 😉

Click image below to DOWNLOAD 8x10" PRINT:

St. Patrick's Day Free Printable ~ Irish Blessing |

This St. Patrick's Day printable is a high-resolution PDF sized to fit in an 8x10-inch frame. You may print it on regular paper or cardstock on your home printer and trim it to size, or have it printed as an 8x10-inch photo at a photo lab (just save it to your computer before uploading to the photo lab online). Watermark in corner will not be printed.

Just a tip...when I first printed this printable on my home printer, it wasn't coming out the same shades of bright green depicted on my computer monitor. Before printing again, I adjusted my print settings by going into Advanced Color Settings and increasing the green while slightly decreasing the red and blue, and I was much happier with the results.

For personal use only, please. Enjoy!


Since originally creating this printable, I've learned that the three-leafed shamrock (symbolizing the Holy Trinity), and NOT the four-leafed clover, is the true symbol of St. Patrick and St. Patrick's Day. I've apparently been brainwashed by too many years of watching the Lucky Charms Leprechaun on TV commercials, seeing as how he sports a four-leafed clover on his hat. He's a fraud and I shouldn't have trusted him. In the meantime, I apologize if the lucky clovers in my printable offended anyone of Irish heritage. I can't go back and redo all of the photos in this post, but I have updated the printable below to depict true Irish shamrocks, so download that one HERE if you prefer. 🙂


Post originally published on February 24, 2014, and updated on May 28, 2020, and February 19, 2024.


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  1. I just love this printable, it's so generous of you to share.
    My printer isn't working and I wanted to download this and have it printed on-line. I am unable to download a PDF file, any tips for me?

    Thanks again, Tracy

    1. Hi Tracy! I'm so sorry I'm just now replying to your e-mails...I've gotten a little behind this week. I hope you were able to get this printed somehow. I might be able to e-mail this file directly to you as a JPEG if that helps, but I'm assuming I'm probably too late. Let me know if that would help, though!

  2. Hi Samantha! I was looking online for inspiration to create a st. patty's day card and came across this AMAZING print. Would it be okay if I used your printable for a card for personal use? I blog about how I make my cards and would obviously link this printable back to you in my post, but just wanted to ask your permission first. Please let me know! And thank you so much for sharing such a beautiful and bright Irish Blessing!!

    1. Hi Jessica! I'm so sorry for my delayed reply...I've gotten way behind on my comments! I am totally fine with you using this printable to make a card for your own use. In fact, I saw your post and it turned out great! Thanks so much for sharing and for your kind words about my printable. 🙂 Hope you have a great week!

  3. Love all your printables! Where did you get your white scalloped frame from? Would love to get one just like it. Thank you!

    1. Thanks so much, Katie...I'm so glad that you're enjoying the printables! I'm pretty sure I got this particular frame about 3 years ago at Michael's. It's actually a wall frame and not a table frame, so just prop it up when I want to use it for a photo shoot displaying one of my printables. Sorry...that probably doesn't help you much... 😛 Hope you're able to track down something similar! 🙂

  4. Found this on pinterest and although I'm not Irish and wouldn't have caught the difference, I applaud you for taking the time to make another copy for people to have the option to print. Very classy! And thanks for the update, so we can all learn and continue to grow!

    1. Thanks so much, Chelsea...I appreciate that. I'd never want to inadvertently offend anyone with one of my posts, so I was happy to do what I could to rectify my mistake. 🙂 Hope you enjoy the printable and that you have a great week ahead!

    1. Thank you, Danielle! I appreciate you hopping over and I hope you enjoy the printable! 🙂

  5. Thanks for linking up with the Let's Get Real party. We hope you'll join us again this week.

    1. You're welcome, and thanks for hosting, Gaye! Hope your week is off to a great start! 🙂

  6. This printable is perfect for St. Patrick's Day! And I didn't know the thing about the different types of clovers. Good info! Thanks!

    If you haven't already, I'd love for you to link up at Link'n Blogs. 🙂

    Put A Bird On It

    1. Thanks so much, Daniela, and I appreciate the invite to your party! I'll hop over now and check it out. 🙂

  7. I like the subtle reference to St. Patrick's Day on your printable. Pinned to my St. Patrick's Day board. Would love for you to linkup tomorrow for the Let's Get Real Blog Hop at 5PM EST.

    1. Thanks, Erlene! And I appreciate the invitation to your link party...I'll be sure to check it out. 🙂

    1. Thank you, Carolyn! This quote really does make me happy. I might just have to make a non-green, non-shamrock version for other months of the year! 😉

  8. Love the printable art - adorable! Stopping by from SNAP's 'show & tell'. Nice to 'meet' you! =) laura ~ eye candy creative studio

  9. Hi Samantha! You always do the greatest printables - this is so lovely for St. Patrick's Day! Pinning! Have a happy Tuesday, my friend!

    1. And you are always so sweet with your comments and generous with your pins, Cindy! Thank you! I hope you are having a great week... 🙂