Celtic Fantasy – colouring book

Coming this October! This book, titled Creative Haven – Celtic Fantasy – Inspired by traditional Celtic myths, folklore, and legends, 31 striking illustrations combine distinctive, interlaced knotwork patterns with a wondrous array of stylized fantasy creatures: sea serpent, phoenix, dragon, unicorn, mermaid, sorceress, and others. Check out some preview pages below!

Celtic Alphabet Designs

Preview pages from my Celtic Alphabet Designs colouring book published by Dover Publications.

A book filled with 31 pages of glorious Celtic letters. Bursting with Celtic flourishes, every decorative letter of this complete alphabet offers an exciting array of coloring possibilities. Pages include illustrations from A to Z plus five additional phrase pages – “Love,” “Peace,” “Dream.” “Family,” “Friendship” – gloriously embellished by traditional elements: woven knots, curling spirals, stylized hounds, peacocks, fiery dragons, and more. Check out some preview pages below!

Celtic Animal Designs – new colouring book!

Preview pages from my Celtic Animal Designs colouring book published by Dover Publications.

This new book features 31 pages of intricate Celtic animal designs. Hounds, cranes, peacocks, lions, hares, serpents, and other creatures are featured. The stunning images are accented with knotwork, spirals, and maze patterns inspired by ancient manuscripts – but with exciting modern touches than lend a fresh new look to the traditional art form!

50 page Celtic colouring book!

Preview pages from my recently released colouring book published by Lil’ Llama Press.

50 pages of Celtic designs for you to colour! Spirals, knot work, dragons, dolphins, mandalas… so many designs ranging in theme and feel and complexity. Truly a book to get lost in. Each design printed single-sided on the pages so you don’t have to worry about bleed through.

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My Celtic Mandalas colouring book published by Dover Publications.

The first image on the left is a mandala featuring Celtic peacocks with lovely woven tails and curling wings. Celtic birds are so much fun to colour up because really you can’t go wrong with any colour theme – traditional peacock colours, rosy golds and shades of pink and cream, fantastic shades of purple and teal… you decide!

Next we have a round  design inspired by an ancient Celtic carved stone monument. All the spirals interlock to create an engaging design for beginner or intermediate colourists. Depending on the colours you choose, you could accent the cross motif hidden within this design to add another layer of interest.

On the right we have an art nouveau styled design. I love art nouveau and it’s such a perfect match with Celtic art. Beautiful stained glass feeling lilies are nestled amongst loads of Celtic knot work and tiny tulips flowers, all surrounded by a Celtic knot work border. Want to see a coloured version of this page? Check out my painting of it on Etsy, featuring gold leaf and watercolour!


The next pages from this book that I’d like to share feature a strong amount of Celtic knot work. If you like traditional Celtic knotting then you’re going to get your fill with this book! The lefthand image shows a leafy styled design, accented with tiny knots and a dotted border. Dotted borders don’t have to be repetitive, use them to create your own pattern – alternate colours, repeat colour sets or shade each dot slightly differently to subtly blend from colour to colour.

The middle design is very stained glass feeling to me and also has a lovely cross shape that could be accentuated depending on the colours you chose. On the left is a heart knot woven with even more heart knots! I used a bit of black in this page and envision it coloured up in lots of reds or pinks for a really dramatic look. Do you like colouring pages than have black areas already coloured in or do you prefer to make that choice yourself? Let me know!

Below are few more samples for you to enjoy!

Trees of Life

Preview pages from my Trees of Life colouring book published by Dover Publications.

Check out the book and see 31 pages of various interpretations of Tree of Life designs from cultures and eras from around the world. Choose to colour an Egyptian styled tree of life, with scarabs, lotus flowers, scrolls and those awesome Egyptian wings. Picture it coloured up in carnelian or scarlet reds, turquoise and malachite shades of green with lots of gold accents.

From Islamic, medieval, fantasy and Celtic, to Norse, Japanese and Mayan… so many different ideas and variations to explore!



The lovely Prue of Colouring Book Reviews by Prue has reviewed my last release, Celtic Nature Designs. You can read the full review here! A special shout out to Helen Phare who did the colouring for Prue’s review. Visit her website below for more colouring book reviews and product reviews!

Below you’ll find sample pages from the book.