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You'll love Fuzzy's Celtic coloring pages. If you're Irish or Scottish, you'll think that these knots and designs are neat. You'll love following the twisting lines. Make your way through the labyrinth.
Are you from Ireland, Scotland or the British Isles? There were Celts through most of Europe and even Asia, so these coloring sheets are Celtic favorites all over! I live in the USA and have Celtic friends in Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. I'll bet you do, too!
Take a look at which pattern you like in order to see which colors you want to place in the background and in the designs. It can seem like a tangled maze, so some pre-thinking is in order for many of these coloring pages! Finding the right colors is important.
Jump down to these coloring pages on this page:
Choose an ornate Celtic cross coloring page for those from the lands of St. Patrick, the ultimate religious symbol.
Celtic birds are so interesting. Which is your favorite Celtic bird coloring page?
Butterfly Celtic coloring pages remind you of spring with butterflies wafting over the green fields as flower petals in the breeze.
These really neat Celtic designs include a Celtic horse, deer, Scottish thistle, Irish roses, hearts, keys, bird, flowers, and leaves. The horse is my favorite of these animal Celtic coloring pages.
These Celtic knot designs are so interesting! Some are difficult and require hard work to follow the lines. See if you can relax and follow the patterns in these knots.
If you're looking at this on desktop the first column is for circles, the second is for square shapes and the third has triangular designs. The triangle is a symbol of the Holy Trinity. If you're on a small phone, these will come every third coloring page.
Did you know that the Celts used lots of lines to cover rough surfaces in marble and metal? That's why there were so many intertwined animals, knots, vines, leaves and other decorations behind the main artwork. The Irish Book of Kells and Irish crosses are super interesting Celtic art. I wish I could draw like that!
Celtic knots are designed to have an endless pattern that goes over and under and sometimes really look like vines or ropes that are tied in a knot. It's fun to try to see the beginning or the end. If it's a great picture you won't be able to find the start and finish.
If you're printing these for little kids, be sure to show how the designs are interlaced through the pictures and geometrics. It's kind of like coloring a puzzle. Follow the lines. I like to draw a light line around so the children can keep track where the colors go.
Choose some appropriate colors to show contrasts between the lines and the backgrounds.
Moms and Dads, adults and kids like coloring Celtic designs. Put on some Scotch or Irish music to make art class or relaxation time a wee bit more fun for the Brigid, Columba, and Patrick in your life!
Hey! Another idea is to enjoy the music at the Celtic-Colours.com fall festival. I like the Leahy family and all the fun artists there!
Thank you for coloring with Fuzzy!
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