The green of Ireland has fascinated us since we saw our first rainbow and looked for the first pot of gold or leprechaun. Sharpen up all those green colored pencils and get ready to celebrate Saint Patricks Day every day in these Irish and Celtic designed coloring books for adults only.
This beautiful book by The History Press featuring a range of picturesque vistas, from the historic villages of Adare and Claddagh to the bustling streets of Dublin and Belfast.
Celtic Design Coloring Books
Celtic: Relating to the Celts or their languages, which constitute a branch of the Indo-European family and include Irish, Scottish Gaelic, Welsh, Breton, Manx, Cornish, and several extinct pre-Roman languages such as Gaulish.
This book contains 40 large, circle and square in shape mandala designs, based on traditional Celtic motifs on 8 x 11″ pages.
The collection contains full-page examples of key, step, and knotwork patterns as well as spirals and interlacing “ribbons.” In addition, the intricate illustrations depict such favored Celtic subjects as birds, fish, reptiles, and insects within stunning decorative borders. Illustrations are printed on perforated pages for easy removal and display.
One-sided perforated pages embellished by traditional Celtic elements: woven knots, curling spirals, stylized hounds, peacocks, fiery dragons.
A Coloring Book of Celtic Art and Mandalas. Contemporary Welsh artist Jen Delyth, a wisdom keeper of the Celtic tradition, taps into the spirit of nature for her inspiration. In this coloring book, she invites you to join her on a magical journey to discover your own mythic connection with the natural world.
200 Celtic Knots, Crosses, and Patterns to Color in.
Celtic Tattoos, Celtic Knots, Tree of Life, Celtic Crosses, Celtic Animals
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