Beer Lover’s Stationery to Kick Off St. Patrick’s Day

by in Holidays, March 10th, 2013

Beer and Food-Inspired CalendarIrish or not, beer lovers around the world rejoice when St. Patrick’s Day rolls around. Even if Guinness isn’t their brew of choice, March 17 provides the perfect excuse to cheer with a pint. For those of you who are looking forward to St. Patty’s for just that reason, we’ve rounded up some well-crafted stationery that you can enjoy year-round (like Red Cruiser’s food and drink calendar pictured above), long after the green beer is no longer on draft.

Beer Inspired Greeting CardsPictured top row from left: Red Cruiser and Printerette Press; Pictured bottom row from left: Smock. and Paper Plates Press

Beer-Inspired Greeting CardsPictured top row from left: Letter Form Basic Ingredients and Types of Brews; Pictured bottom row from left: Architette Studios Beer Bottle and Beer Glass

Beer Prints - Inspired by St. Patrick's DayPictured top row from left: One Canoe Two and Rachael Novak; Pictured bottom row from left: Girls Can Tell Notebook and Tea Towel

Once a month, Kelly from Oh So Beautiful Paper, a blog all about fabulous paper goods will stop by to share with readers two of her favorite things: food and stationery.

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