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Pin It for St. Patrick's Day

The most innovative and creative ideas these days are on Pinterest.  If you haven't yet discovered this overflowing well of ideas, head on over and create your account. 
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No one does it better than Martha and Martha Stewart has a fantastic St. Patrick's Day pinboard on Pinterest.  You can utilize some of these ideas for a game get together or just for celebrating St. Patricks Day.  Here are some images...you can go check out the board for yourself at http://pinterest.com/ms_living/st-patrick-s-day/.  Enjoy!







And for dessert, even Martha gets into the gameday spirit with a series of cookies and brownies dedicated to March Madness.  Check them out here:



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