OMG I have to be Irish this is all me.. --- http://tipsalud.com ----- …                                                                                                                                                                                 More

OMG I have to be Irish this is all me.. --- http://tipsalud.com ----- … More

Did you know "sláinte" means #cheers in Gaelic? Join us for #PaintNitePhilly at Slainte Pub in #UniversityCity! Upcoming events: https://www.paintnite.com/pages/venueevents/view/philadelphia/7019 Enter code SLAINTE45 for 45% off #Pub #DrinkCreatively #DIY

Did you know "sláinte" means #cheers in Gaelic? Join us for #PaintNitePhilly at Slainte Pub in #UniversityCity! Upcoming events: https://www.paintnite.com/pages/venueevents/view/philadelphia/7019 Enter code SLAINTE45 for 45% off #Pub #DrinkCreatively #DIY

Irish Slainte Plaque   Cheers in Gaelic by ParadiseBayPottery

Irish Slainte Plaque Cheers in Gaelic

Irish Slainte Plaque Cheers in Gaelic by ParadiseBayPottery

Distressed wood base. Sláinte! (cheers in Gaelic)

Distressed wood base. Sláinte! (cheers in Gaelic)

A Gaelic toast ... "A hundred thousand Welcomes! ... Cheers/Good health!"

A Gaelic toast ... "A hundred thousand Welcomes! ... Cheers/Good health!"

Slainte Gaelic Slate Wall Plaque - (Slainte = roughly pronounced "slauntcha" =Cheers/Good Health):  Colm McCann of Killyliss Studio, Ireland

Slainte Gaelic Slate Wall Plaque - (Slainte = roughly pronounced "slauntcha" =Cheers/Good Health): Colm McCann of Killyliss Studio, Ireland

Cheers! Slainte is Cheers in Irish Gaelic. What better way to show your Irish pride this St. Patricks Day or all year round? This pattern is great for the beginner! It uses only 3 colors, and has just over 1800 stitches total. The finished product will look great in a 5 by 7 frame if using 14 count aida fabric. Reminder - This listing is for the PDF instant download of the counted cross stitch pattern, it is not a physical item - want the finished product? Message me! Questions or…

Slainte Counted Cross Stitch Pattern - Irish Cheers Cross Stitch - St. Patrick's Cross Stitch - St. Patrick's Day Decor - Irish Decor

Cheers! Slainte is Cheers in Irish Gaelic. What better way to show your Irish pride this St. Patricks Day or all year round? This pattern is great for the beginner! It uses only 3 colors, and has just over 1800 stitches total. The finished product will look great in a 5 by 7 frame if using 14 count aida fabric. Reminder - This listing is for the PDF instant download of the counted cross stitch pattern, it is not a physical item - want the finished product? Message me! Questions or…

peace love and cheers in gaelic tanktop

peace love and cheers in gaelic tanktop

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