About Us

MadeInIreland_cards_03Welcome to MadeinIreland.ie

Made In Ireland is a team of Designers, Administrators and Account Managers that are passionate about Ireland!  So, they came up with the idea of ‘why not give a little piece of Ireland as a gift’ and thus, the Made In Ireland greeting card and postcard ranges were born!

We are based in Galway City so we are in the cultural heartland of the Emerald Isle.  We are always looking for new ideas. If you have a product or a service that you would like to showcase through our site, give us a call or an email as it is something we will be developing in the future.

In the interim, we hope you get as much enjoyment from our beautiful cards as we do.

Go raibh mile maith agat.

Where to visit… there are so many beautiful places in Ireland… just drive through the countryside and see the rolling hills, the lakes and rivers, the wild flowers of Lenane, the location of ‘The Field’ or visit Coole Park for a feast of history. Visit an old country pub and drink in the atmosphere with perhaps a turf fueled fire and a cuppa of the finest tea in Ireland.

What to eat… You can eat your fill on the beauty of the countryside or you can dig in and enjoy a plateful of oysters, an Irish stew or seafood chowder, followed by an Irish Whiskey or a pint of Guinness. Locally sourced, high quality, artisan food is celebrated throughout Ireland in cafes, pubs, bistros and fine dining restaurants

What to do… drive, walk, cycle and picnic your way through the Emerald Isle.  You can wander or you can party or you can just relax amidst the hospitality of the Irish people. Sail on the Corrib Princess in Galway or visit the Pheonix Park in Dublin. Feed the swans in the Claddagh while walking the Salthill Promenade in Galway or browse books, letters and manuscripts at the Dublin Writers Museum. Join the festivals and fleadhs throughout the country, or visit the shrine of Mayo or the shops of Grafton Street.  Whatever you fancy, you will find it here.

What to say… the mother tongue of the Irish people is Gaeilge but don’t worry, it’s more than likely that you will never have to speak it as English is prevalent on the Island. The basics that every visitor to Ireland should know… Mná = Ladies and Fir = Mens! If you want to show your enthusiasm, you can say ‘Conas atá tu’  (how are you?) which is pronounced very much like its spelling in Irish ‘Con as a thaw tu’.

What to take with you… don’t leave Ireland without a Made In Ireland greeting card or postcard.  Send one home to your friends and family so they too can enjoy a little piece of heaven that we call Ireland.