Love for Ireland

Affection for Ireland

Irish themselves really do not understand how and why so many people around the world have a special affection for Ireland. Ireland and Irish culture is loved around the world. Across the globe, people love Irish humor, music, story-telling, language and the unique Irish way.

Why do people love Ireland so much? People love Ireland because it feels like home. It’s the warm and sincere friendliness from people who greet them.

The Irish craft heritage and Irish design is also what makes people love Ireland so much. The Celtic symbols and designs are unique to Ireland. Loominations Irish Throws have blankets with unique Celtic designs; The Awen, The Celtic Design The Tree of Life and the Celtic Cross.

The sense of adventure and exploring the country is also an attraction for so many. Whether you are exploring castles, hiking coastal cliffs, taking walks along the Irish Sea, there’s always something adventurous to do in every part of Ireland.  The Ring of Kerry Throw Blanket and the Wild Atlantic Way Throw Blanket make wonderful souvenirs of Irish trips.

What do you give to someone who is in love with Ireland? The Map of Ireland Throw Blanket makes the best present for the special person in your life who is mad about Ireland and gift for someone obsessed with Ireland. The blanket in cottony shades of blue and green, with soft tassle edges makes it a wonderful Irish keepsake to treasure.  For a more traditional Irish gift, or Celt-ophile gift the Celtic Cross Irish Throw Blanket with it’s rich colours and unique design weave is the perfect present.

An Irish design gift makes a wonderful treasure for someone, and a gift for someone with Irish ancestry. A Loominations Throw Blanket makes for the perfect Irish-phile gift for someone who loves Ireland. Shop now for someone to buy a gift for someone with ancestry from Ireland. 

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