Free St Patrick's Day Coloring Page - Sarah Renae Clark - Coloring Book Artist and Designer

Free St Patrick’s Day Coloring Page

It’s Freebie Friday time! 

Today I’ve created this free printable “Happy St Patrick’s Day” adult coloring page for you to enjoy!

Saint Patrick’s Day is a cultural and religious celebration on 17 March to commemorate Saint Patrick, who was a 5th-century Romano-British Christian missionary and bishop in Ireland. 

To be honest with you – when I first designed this coloring page, I included a four-leaf clover, which I had previously associated with St Patrick’s Day. It was only after finding out more about St Patrick that I discovered my mistake! St Patrick used the shamrock, a three-leaved plant, to tell the pagan Irish about the Holy Trinity – NOT a four-leaved clover!

But it turns out I’m not the only one to make this mistake! Just this week, Trump released his “Make America Great Again” hats embroidered with a four-leaf clover… whoops!

So this free coloring page has been a quick history lesson for me, and I hope you enjoy it!

Happy St Patrick's Day free coloring page for adults | Find more free coloring pages and printables at www.sarahrenaeclark.com

How to download your free coloring page:

  1. Go to the free product page HERE.
  2. Add the product to cart.
  3. Go to your cart and “checkout” with only your name and email address
  4. The file will be emailed to you as a PDF
  5. Open the PDF, save it to your computer and print!

While you’re here, please check out some of my other free and under $1 coloring pages:

By | 2017-03-10T18:19:36+00:00 March 10th, 2017|Free Coloring Pages, New Products|0 Comments

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