Recently an acquaintance asked me to do an illuminated calligraphy piece for her new baby. She wanted wall art that included Celtic knots, thistles and rabbits with a colour scheme of coral, blue and green. The baby was born here in St Andrews, Scotland so it seemed fitting. The piece took me much longer than I expected due to my busy family schedule but thankfully my client was very flexible as to the time frame. I am hoping that I can perhaps get more clients who may be interested in this kind of thing for either their own children or as gifts.
This 100% cotton placemat is a nice addition to your dining table decor. TIeatures two square Celtic knots in three shades of blue and a traditional Scottish Celtic blessing: ‘May you have walls for the wind, a roof for the rain and drinks by the fire; laughter to cheer you, those you love near you and all that your heart may desire.’ Available in my Zazzle shop in many countries.
What happens when you leave a little boy and a stick unattended for just the tiniest moment?
A personalizable Celtic knot mug for sale at my online Zazzle shop. It has three interwoven strands: dark orange, blue and light orange with small triangular shapes with three spirals at the corners called Triskelions, a symbol of the Trinity. Please check it out—and others of my Celtic Knot products in my shop. Current price is £16.20 but there is a 15% discount happening at Zazzle.
Being glued to one’s smartphone can be downright dangerous! Always report suspicious activity and mind the gap. 😉
Up on the observation deck of the Tate Modern I took this sweeping photo of the London skyline—across the Thames, over the Millenium Bridge, onto St Paul’s and beyond.