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Top o’ the morning to ya! It’s March so I think a St. Patrick’s Day printable is in order. This cute Irish Blessing free printable is an easy and budget-friendly way to bring a little bit of the Emerald Isle into your home decor.
The genealogy bug bit me a few years ago and I spent a fair amount of time researching my family tree. I discovered I have a lot more Irish in my family than I had realized! St. Patrick’s Day takes on a whole new meaning for me now.
I’ve always loved Irish blessings. There’s just something about the simplicity that makes you feel good, you know?
So in honor of the holiday and my newly discovered heritage, I made this cute printable for an empty frame I had that was just begging to be filled.
I love printables. There are so many uses for printables that it blows my mind. But printer ink is expensive, am I right? I recently discovered the HP Instant Ink program and can I just say that this has been a game changer for me?
I’m going to do a full post on my experience with Instant Ink but for now I’ll say that with this program, you pay for the number of pages you print each month, not the ink. Right now, I pay $4.99 to print 100 pages. My printer is connected online so HP can detect when my ink levels are low. AND THEY JUST SEND ME NEW CARTRIDGES FOR FREE.
All I ever have to pay is the $4.99 a month as long as I stay within the 100 pages. If I go over I think it’s something like 15 cents for every 10 pages over 100. In the past, I always thought it was almost cheaper to just buy a new printer than buy ink refills. No more!
The Instant Ink program only works for certain types of HP printers, which is genius marketing on their part, if you ask me. To find out more about the program, you can click this referral link. You’ll get one month of service for FREE using that link (and so will I, full disclosure).
Click the image below to download your Irish Blessing free printable. This is sized as an 8×10 and will open as a pdf. Don’t forget to save before you print!