Irish American Mom is delighted to bring you our 12 Days of Christmas Irish Gift Giveaways. A little piece of Ireland is reflected in the beautiful gifts crafted in the Emerald Isle.
Giving Irish gifts to those you love is a wonderful way to share your pride in your Irish heritage.
This Christmas Irish American Mom plans to celebrate our Irish heritage together in style.
Starting on Thanksgiving Day, Thursday 25th November 2021, stop by to join in our amazing Twelve Days of Christmas Irish Gifts Giveaway series.
Here’s what you can expect.
Each day, for a total of twelve days, a beautiful Irish gift will be featured in a special giveaway for Irish American Mom readers.
We have gifts for her, including wearable gifts with a touch of Irish style, dazzling Irish jewelry featuring Celtic designs and motifs inspired by the history of Ireland.
You’ll find stylish homeware prizes, and gifts for the Irish man. Plus we’ll start off our series with a few gorgeous Christmas ornaments to kick off the holiday season with a flourish.
In total we’ll be giving away twelve beautiful Irish gifts.
How This Giveaway Series Will Work:
Each day, between Thrusday Novemeber 25th and Monday December 6th, 2021, Irish American Mom will share a new giveaway for a beautiful Irish gift. Each piece is crafted in Ireland.
To enter each giveaway simply leave a comment on each individual blog post.
You are welcome to enter each of the twelve giveaways.
We’ll make the drawing for the first 3 prizes on Tuesday November 30th.
The next 3 prizes winners will be picked on Saturday December 4th.
Prizes 7 through 9 will be awarded on Tuesday the 7th of December 2021,
And we’ll hold the raffle for the final three prizes on Saturday December 11th, 2021.
Stop by this post each day, where I’ll share a link to each individual giveaway post. Good luck to all the participants.
Day 1 Through Day 3 Giveaways Open Until Tuesday, November 30th, 2021
Click a link below to find each blog post where you need to leave your comment to be in with a chance to win.
Last date for entries for Day 1 through Day 3 is Tuesday, November 30th, 2021.
Last date for entries for Day 4 through Day 6 is Saturday, December 4th, 2021.
Last date for entries for Day 7 through Day 9 is Tuesday, December 7th, 2021.
Last date for entries for Day 9 through Day 10 is Saturday, December 11th, 2021.
Thank You To Gifts of Ireland For Our Twelve Days of Christmas Irish Gifts Giveaway Spree
Irish American Mom has teamed up with Gifts of Ireland to bring you these fabulous Irish prizes.
This online giftstore was founded by Aidan, an Irish man from County Offaly. Here’s what he has to say about his inspiration for his business:
“Ireland’s history is preserved not just in books and archives, but also in craft. Celtic designs preserve the millenia-old traditions of a prehistoric society, while contemporary craft reinterprets the story of Ireland today, showcasing new stories of Irish culture and of where we are heading.”
A big thank you to Aidan for generously sponsoring these prizes.
Plus each day we’ll have a new video for you, showcasing each lovely prize.
You’ll get a chance to meet Aidan, who joins me on these videos to share these wonderful Irish gifts.
Thank You To The Readers of Irish American Mom
This giveaway series, with twelve days of Irish Christmas gifts to be won, is my way of saying thank you to YOU.
The readers of Irish American Mom make this little corner of the internet a very special place. I thank you from the bottom of my heart for following my recipes and ramblings and for expressing your love of Ireland right here.
Plus thank you for contributing your family stories through your comments. Irish immigrant tales are intriguing and I thank you for sharing your stories here on this blog.
This Christmas lets celebrate our Irish heritage together. Thank you for joining in our Christmas fun this year.
Stay tuned for all the updates.
Starting this Thanksgiving Thursday, stop by for the chance to win a little piece of Ireland each day, for twelve wonderful days of festive Irish fun.
Slán agus beannacht,
(Goodbye and blessings)
Irish American Mom