This is Marco. He's wearing Makershop's shamrock glasses. If you think you can pull off the look, go for it.
Next to corned beef, the best thing you could possibly do on Saint Patrick's Day is bake cookies. If you do, here's Misterhay's cookie cutter.
Oddly popular, with 24 makes on Thingiverse, there's this mustache. If you can't produce green facial hair yourself, this is the next best thing.
I have no idea what to tell you about this one. If you need it, you'll know it.
This is simple and nice. There's a hole in the bottom to glue in a magnet.
If you want to find that pot of gold, you'll need the right glasses to see it. Here's a set of 8-bit style glasses to find your way.
This is fun. You can include both three- and four-leaf clovers. The model is complete with the pot, cover, stems, and leaves. Nice design.
Depending on how big you make this, you might need to print with supports inside the hat.
The picture doesn't do this design justice. You separately print the multi-level rainbow (which you can later paint) and the pot. We like how the rainbow was designed to make it easy to cleanly print and paint.
More cookies. Cookies are good. Print this with the shamrock cookie cutter and enjoy baked goods all day!
This is a pretty nifty device. It will help you make cupcakes with a hidden shamrock core. You had me at cupcakes.
If you're going out on Saint Patrick's Day, make sure you do it in style. Mix and match this tie with the 8-bit shamrock glasses and you've got a look that can't be beat.