This Ireland photo frame is made by Mullingar Pewter. It's perfect for displaying shots from a trip to Ireland, or photos of friends and family who love Ireland.
For the fourth day of our Twelve Days of Christmas Irish Gift Giveaways, this special prize will look good on someone's mantlepiece or wall.
It's a lovely way to share your Irish heritage through your home decor.
This gift is once again brought to you by Aidan from Gifts of Ireland. This frame showcases Dublin, Celtic Crosses and round towers..
And so, without further ado, let me show you our fourth lovely prize.
(A quick tip from Mom - Take a look at the video at the top or side of this post to see the prize in more detail plus you'll hear a lovely Irish Christmas blessing at the end.)
Day 4 Prize: Mullingar Pewter Ireland Picture Frame
Have you ever enjoyed a trip to Ireland and taken hundreds of photos?
There's something about Irish scenery that makes you want to snap photos around every corner and bend in the road.
Have you ever noticed how quickly Irish scenery changes? I've lived in Texas where the plains are flat and the scenery looks the same for miles on end.
But in Ireland, something amazing awaits around every twist in the road. The hills and valleys can take your breath away. In the next few minutes you can be driving through a colorful town, festooned in bright flower blooms. And before you know it you can be standing atop windswept cliffs overlooking the ocean.
Ireland just loves to be photographed, and there's no place on earth quite like it. rain or shine. Once you get home from your trip, and look through all your photos, you might find one that just encapsulates your whole trip.
If you have a photo of your time in Ireland you would love to display in your home, then this frame is perfect for you.
It showcases Dublin's beloved Ha'penny Bridge. Once a toll bridge, this iron structure spans the River Liffey and has become an iconic symbol of Dublin.
A round tower also features on the side of this photo frame. Round towers are found all over Ireland, and were built on monastic sites. They served as watch towers and places to store precious items. The round tower at Glendalough is set in a beautiful valley with two lakes.
A Celtic Cross is another highlight of this frame. These beautiful symbols of our history and Saint Patrick, are found all over the island of Ireland and in other Celtic nations.
Check Out Our Video Prize Reveal
At the top of this post I've shared another short video featuring this lovely prize.
You'll get a much better appreciation for this 'Ireland' photo frame if you watch the video.
Plus I share another Irish Christmas blessing at the end of the video. We have a blessing for each day of our giveaways.
How To Purchase From Gifts of Ireland
Aidan stocks a wide selection of gifts from Mullingar Pewter.
You can purchase this lovely Ireland Photo Frame through this link...
Take a look! There are some great sale prices in Aidan's shop right now.
How To Enter Our Giveaway
One reader will win a Mullingar Pewter Ireland Photo frame.
To enter simply leave a comment on this blog post by noon Eastern Time on Saturday December 4th, 2021.
You can write any comment. If you need inspiration why not let us know if you have a special photograph that would look good in this Ireland photo frame.
If you live in Canada or Ireland, then please answer the following question in your comment by typing A, B or C for the correct answer ...
Where is the Ha'penny Bridge in Ireland?
A winning comment will be chosen randomly using the Pick Giveaway Winner WordPress plug-in.
Remember to leave your e-mail so that I can contact you should you win. Your e-mail won’t be published, just used to contact our winner for mailing of the prize.
The winner will be announced on Saturday December 4th, 2021, at the bottom of this blog post.
You may check out Irish American Mom’s complete terms and conditions for sweepstakes’ entries here.
A bit thank you to all who support this giveaway and share it with family and friends. Why not spread a little Irish Christmas cheer with those you love this year?
Any many thanks to the good folks at Gifts of Ireland for so generously sponsoring this prize, and all the prizes in our 12 Days of Christmas Irish Gift Giveaways.
Don't forget to stop by tomorrow for Day 5 of our Irish giveaways. And don't forget to enter our Day 3 giveaway for the lovely Quiet Man Cottage Ornament.
I'll add the links to all our giveaways as we progress through our 12 days.
- May The Road Rise To Meet You Irish Blessing Plate Day Twelve Gift
- Irish Tweed Cap Day Eleven Prize
- Health, Love and Happiness Ogham Wishes Day Ten Gift
- Love, Loyalty and Friendship Irish Wall Art Day 9 Gift
- Celtic Pocket Watch By Mullingar Pewter Day 8 Gift
- Erin Knitwear Hat For Her Day Seven Gift
- Celtic Cross Silver Pendant Day Six Gift
- Donegal Tweed Scarf Day Five Christmas Gift
- Ireland Photo Frame Day Four Christmas Giveaway Prize
- Quiet Man Cottage - Day Three Prize For Christmas
- Day Two Of Our Twelve Days of Christmas Giveaways
- Day One Of Our Twelve Days Of Christmas Giveaways
Update: Winner Chosen
Our winner has been randomly chosen using the Pick Giveaway Winner Plug-in for WordPress.
And the lucky reader is ….
I’ll send an email to arrange mailing of the prize. A big thank you to everyone for supporting this giveaway by leaving comments. I thoroughly enjoyed reading each and every comment.
Thank you all for supporting our Irish American community.
Stay tuned for more stories and giveaways over the days.
Thanks for following my recipes and ramblings.
Slán agus beannacht,
(Goodbye and blessings)
Mairéad -Irish American Mom
Pronunciation - slawn ah-gus ban-ock-th
Mairéad - rhymes with parade
Disclosure: Irish American Mom LLC has an affiliate relationship with Gifts of Ireland which means I earn a small commission should you purchase an item through the links on my blog. The price you pay is not affected. Thank you for supporting this Irish business.
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