St. Patrick’s Day Gnome Printable

March 17th is the day everyone is a little Irish.  It’s a great day to have fun and enjoy life.  This year we all need a little Irish luck too.



Back in 2017 when I first attempted to make printables, I shared a favorite Irish quote. “May happiness caress you, and love and laughter bless you.” That black and white printable was one of my first.  Over the years, I’ve made lots more.



Irish Blessing Free Printable for St. Patrick’s Day


Now I’ve made an Irish gnome which is totally weird.   It should be a Leprechaun, I know.  My father (one of a million Patrick Murphys) probably would think it’s funny.  I lost him to cancer when I was 14.    But there are lots of gnome lovers and this is for you.  It is sized 8″ x 10″.






I hope you enjoy the little fellow.  I’ll keep looking for a cute Leprechaun.










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I was raised in Tennessee but have lived in Florida for many years. Love my small home in the Tampa Bay area and its developing garden. My decorating style is eclectic - some vintage, some cottage, all with a modern flair. Pursuing a healthier lifestyle. Spent many years in social services but am happily retired.

9 thoughts to “St. Patrick’s Day Gnome Printable”

  1. Thank you very much for these splendid printables Carol and I am very happy with this lovely Irish Gnome, but sad to learn you lost your Dad at such a young age. Sad at any age but especially so at 14.

    1. Denise you touched me with your kind words. I must admit that losing my father so early did make many things so hard for me. My sister and I have discussed more than once how we want to have an adult conversation with him. I never even did teen rebellion with him, my poor mother got it all. I was so angry to have lost him. Thanks for the comment and kindness.

  2. Why not a gnome on St. Patrick’s Day? This one is darling (I’m one who loves your gnomes best!) Fourteen is such an early age to have your dad die. Yes, I think he’d like it. And that first quote you did long ago.

    1. yes I think he would. I remember him playing old old records on a little record player. He’s sing along with some old Irish song. He said he was a whiskey tenor!

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