Harp of Ireland

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A wonderful Celtic harp, surrounded by vine work inspired by the traditional manuscript vine and chalice motifs. Each “flower” or leaf on the vine is actually a curled up little trinity knot. At the top and base of the Irish harp is a garland of oak leaves and acorns. Suitable for festive holiday colouring or pagan lovers, this harp has many lovely elements to colour!

Scotland the Brave

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This trinity of Scottish thistles rise from a lovely Celtic knot emblem. Clusters of thistles surround the design with a double knotwork border to add extra detail and to frame the overall design. A great piece in honour of Scotland, with a lot of potential for colouring variations!

Dolphins Mandala

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Dolphins in Celtic art are very rare! I created this leaping dolphin page for all those who love them as much as I do. My frisky Celtic dolphin is leaping from waves of knotwork and loads of glorious spirals!

Hounds of Ulster Shield

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A pair of lovely Irish hounds set in a shield style motif, circled with knotwork and Celtic flame knots, representing the flame of inspiration. These Celtic hounds make an excellent colouring page, try adding some designs to the background behind them for a fun, personalized touch!

Lugh’s Dragons

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These lovely Celtic serpent dragons are featured with harvest elements including lots of Celtic knotwork and a mandala styled design. Lammas, also called Lughnasadh, is the time of Celtic harvest and associated with the Celtic god Lugh. Not only does this page feature serpents (eternal life) but also a Celtic quadrate knot, used here to represent the circle of life and the cycle of the seasons, with trinity knots, flames and leaves to accent. The dragons are circled by what is commonly known as the love knot, because of it’s resemblance to the infinity sign.

Cat and Mouse

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Celtic kitties! The tabby cats chase three little Celtic mice in an endless circle framed by loads of Celtic knotwork!

Truth Dragon Crest

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My Truth Dragon curls around to protect the Tree of Life, creating an emblem of truth and justice. I wanted a very heraldic feel to this one, both medieval but also really Celtic in nature. I think the shield shaped knotwork behind the crest ties it all together nicely!

The latin translates as “Let The Flame of Truth Shine”.