Bunch of Shamrock on Tri-Colour Ribbon for St. Patrick’s Day – March 17th
SHAMROCK: with it’s 3 little heart-shaped leaves was used by St. Patrick as a symbol to explain (to us pagans as we were then, in Ireland) the Divine Trinity: The Father, The Son and The Holy Ghost. St. Patrick is the patron saint of Ireland. Shamrock is a very tiny leaf plant unlike the much larger leaf plant, but possibly of the same plant family, the Clover. Many people seem to confuse the two.
Vector Computer Illustration created in Flash
Preview of framed wall-art: – for all you home-sick Irish living abroad…here’s something for your wall to be a constant reminder to you of HOME…..:
Preview of greeting card (please note that all greeting cards are blank inside so that you can add your own personal greeting):