Today’s a day of celebration associated with green beer, parades, music, leprechauns, pots of gold and massive parties. Whether you’re Irish and celebrating your heritage, or ‘Irish for a day,’ today is bound to be a great day! Whether you are sporting your favourite green clothing, dying your hair emerald green in the spirit of the season, or kicking back with a pint of green beer, there are many ways to show your love of the holiday, including Irish-inspired tattoos!
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It wouldn’t be a holiday on Alternatively Speaking without somehow connecting it to tattoos, right?
I spent yesterday searching the internet for Irish inspired and St Patrick’s Day inspired tattoos. This includes leprechauns, shamrocks, and Celtic designs. This is a fun mix of bigger works and more subtle pieces, black and white and colour work, a little something for everyone!
I say this on every tattoo roundup post, but I’ll add it again… I source all images that I share. That being said, there are times that I choose to share a tattoo off of Pinterest or a third-party site that doesn’t include information about the actual artist. If you ever see an image that you recognize first hand, please fire me a message and we can take steps to verify and then credit the artist. I am all for giving tattoo artists the credit that they deserve!
Let’s Celebrate St. Patricks Day with These 35+ Irish Inspired Tattoos:
Did you enjoy these Irish-inspired tattoos? I am always looking for new tattoo roundup ideas! If there is an idea you would like to see, please swing over to the Contact page and drop me a line with your suggestion! Furthermore, I LOVE to include the tattoos of my readers. If you have tattoos you would like considered for upcoming tattoo roundups, let me know!
I would also like to take this time to announce a new series of posts that you will see surfacing in the coming months. Sticking with our love of tattoos, I would like to start featuring some of the amazing artists behind these creations. If you are a tattoo artist or know of a tattoo artist that would like to be featured on the blog let me know! Each artist will be sent a list of questions to answer, and will also be asked to provide some examples of their work to share. I am really looking forward to this one, and have already reached out to a couple artists to get it started. Stay tuned for ‘Behind the Ink’!
What do you think of getting holiday-themed tattoos? Would you consider getting one? If so, what holiday would you choose? Which of the above Irish-inspired tattoos was your favourite?
20 thoughts on “35+ Irish-Inspired Tattoos to Celebrate St Patrick’s Day”
Cool post. Would love to see some Scottish ones ?
I should definitely do a Scottish one at some point
I love all the four leaf clover ones, some really good variations on them!!
I love the way that a single image, like a clover, can be interpreted so many different ways
These are all very cute and so colorful.
There are some that are so adorable!
I love the mandala looking clover! I actually have a mandala on my shoulder!
Isn’t it so pretty and unique? Love it!
This is amazing, i love these tattoos. Makes me jealous; i want more!
Every time I do a tattoo roundup it makes me want more hahaha – my blog feeds into my addiction
my brother has a cool fighting Irish tattoo I love it!
Awesome! One side of my family is Irish so I have always loved all things Irish
These are some pretty tattoos! I like the small black & white one behind the ear the most. Just because it’s actually quite simple! ~
Sometimes the simplest designs turn out to be the best! My wrist piece is a simple black design for that reason
Ooh I do like a shamrock tattoo! Great selection here.
I was pleasantly surprised with just how many I was able to easily find online – made it super easy to put the round up together!
these are all so amazing, i love the lucky charms one x
Isn’t that one absolutely adorable?
I love your tattoo posts and ever since getting my first tattoo, I’ve been loving them even more.
Thank you! I have so much fun putting them together!