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Irish Shamrock Clip Art - Funny Irish Sayings


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These funny Irish shamrock clip art are cartoon dancing?!  Doing the shamRock and
roll... me over in the clover... Riverdance.
Cute St. Patricks day graphics are each with whimsical Irish sayings.
Would you like to learn a bit about the
Irish Shamrock symbol?


Here are some funny irish sayings to go along with some cute cartoon dancing Irish shamrock clip art you can use in your art projects.  I love the little three leafed clover plants thatirish shamrock clip art cartoon dancing make up the shamrock symbol.  Three is my favorite lucky number, and I love St. Patricks day because it means Spring is getting ready to pop.  I love the Irish spirit of storytelling and song and beer and laughter, so all of these shamrocks are dancing in the spring and sending joyous well wishes out to the Emerald Isle. 
Happy St. Patrick's Day to all!  And remember to wear green.

To save shamrock graphics to your computer, see the copy guidelines link below. (Short version: You can use these St. Patricks day graphics for non-commercial purposes with a link back to this website.) 
cartoon dancing shamrock

Shammy, the cartoon shamrock is doing the jig to when
Irish eyes are smiling!

Cute cartoon crab says: I'm wearing green,
are you?
No green, Me pinch!

cute irish shamrock clip art

What do you call a fake stone in Ireland?

A sham rock.

cartoon dancing shamrock St. Patricks day graphics

What is kcormahs?

It's shamrock spelled backwards.

cartoon crab holding shamrock saying no green, me pinch
cartoon dancing shamrock St. Patricks day graphic

Top of the morning to you.
And bottom of the 9th...

shamrock hat on funny cartoon ant

This cartoon ant has on a nifty little shamrock hat.  He's going to pick up his shoes from O'Seamus the leprachaun.  No one will dare pinch him looking like that.  You should be ashamus to think that.

cartoon rabbit hiding in shamrock cloveres

Oh a wee bit more clover shamrocks to cover the ears please.  This cartoon rabbit is hiding from his relatives in a field of shamrocks.  He found a pot of gold yesterday, and he has a carrot house in mind to buy.  Tonight, he wants to relax and watch Darby O'Gill and the Little People without having to share the popcorn..  Too-Ra-Loo-Ra-Loo-Ra to you.

cartoon dancing irish shamrock clip art

This cute Irish shamrock is dancing to My Wild Irish Rose.

About the Irish Shamrock Symbol:


This beautiful 3 leaved clover looks like three hearts joined by one stem.  St. Patrick, a Christian missionary, used this plant as a symbol in his teachings for an analogy of the holy trinity.  At the time, the Irish Celtic folks were lovers of nature with many pagan gods.  How

Whose looking over a four leaf clover?  Three and four leaf clover shamrocks.
It's the luck of the Irish.

could one god be more powerful?  By using nature and the trinity symbol, he showed how the three could be seen as one powerful force.  St. Patrick later became Ireland's patron saint. Since his death on March 17th in the mid 5th century, the shamrock has been associated with the inner spirit and joys of the wonderful Irish people and their Emerald Isle.  And luck, of course.  Even before St. Patrick, the shamrock was a symbol of luck by allowing in only the good. The Irish have many rich and charming creatures living in their country such as the little men leprechaun fairies.

This lovely symbol of the Irish shamrock clover is seen all over America every March and brings forth springtime, happy blessings, lucky surprises and the green green GREEN.  I always associate it with the fresh green color on the new growth of spring shoots.  American kids have made fun interactive games in school where if you are not wearing some green, watch out, you will get pinched!

The first St. Patricks day celebration in the United States was in 1756 in New York City at the Crown and Thistle.  While the Irish Shamrock symbol is used in Ireland, the thistle symbol represents Scotland and the rose is the emblem of Britain.  The Irish shamrock symbol is used by the Irish tourism board and on their national airline, but another earlier symbol, the harp, is used in Ireland for coins or in government. 

A shamrock is said to be any 3 lobed leaf plant.  The Irish shamrock is thought to have originally been the common white clover that grows throughout Europe and the world.  It is a charming little plant called Trifolium repens in the leguminosa family which makes a white flower blossom that bees love.  Clover honey is a delicious variety made from these shamrock (clover) plants.  Clover is used as a cover crop to replenish spent soils.  Like alfalfa, their roots go very deep to help break up and aerate hard clay packed earth.  Clover sprouts (the red clover variety) are delicious and sold as seeds ready to sprout or already sprouted to eat.  Another plant grown from bulbs resembling the 3 lobed shamrock heart leaves is called Wood Sorrel (Oxalis acetosella). Still another oxalis plant is called the "Lucky Shamrock" (Oxalis deppei) because it has all 4 leaf clover leaves.  With the original Irish shamrock, the 4 leaf clovers are rare, so if you find one, you are very lucky. 

In Irish the word seamra means clover and og means young.  Together they mean young clover and the word pronunciation sounds like "shom-ruh-og" which became Americanized into our word: shamrock.

More Irish Shamrock St. Patricks Day Graphics with even sillier Funny Irish Sayings:  (is that possible?!)

irish shamrock clip art cartoon dancing funny Irish shamrock graphic

Silly shamrock says:  I'm green with envy.  You dance so well. You also have arms and I don't seem to.  But look at my cute green feet. Call me clover toes.

cartoon dancing irish shamrock clip art

What kind of bow can't be tied?

A rainbow

Cartoon dancing shamrock says: Actually, It's quite easy being green.

cartoon dancing shamrock
cartoon dancing irish shamrock clip art
cartoon dancing shamrock

This dancing shamrock says: I have two green thumbs and I'm from the Colcannon Clan.  (He grows potatoes and cabbages in Cork while writing limericks in Limerick.  OH, and he dubs songs in Dublin.)

Irish shamrock clip art says:
Do you know the song greensleeves?  What are sleeves? Do leaves have sleeves?

This silly shamrock graphic says: If I were Fred Flinstone's friend, they'd call me Blarney Rubble. 

cartoon dancing irish shamrock clip art
cartoon dancing irish shamrock clip art
cartoon dancing shamrock

Galvin O'Grady knows how to dance a jig and do a jigsaw puzzle at the same time while juggling green jello and Irish Stew. 

Cartoon dancing clover says:  If I was a fish, I'd be green around the gills. Please bring me a Baileys Irish Cream.

This Irish Shamrock dancing cartoon has had several pints of Guinness.  He is a wee bit schnooked. He has to be careful he doesn't Tipperary over.

cartoon dancing shamrock St. Patricks day graphics
irish shamrock clip art cartoon dancing
cartoon dancing irish shamrock clip art

This dancing irish clip art says:  My dream is to be on Green Acres and meet Eva Gabor. Clap your hands and say "I believe in leprechauns!  I believe in leprechauns!"

I will not eat green eggs and sham, I will not do it, sham, I am. This irish shamrock graphic is a poet, obviously.

This shamrock clip art is so happy because he's getting corned beef and cabbage for dinner tonight. 

cartoon dancing irish shamrock clip art
cartoon dancing shamrock St. Patricks day graphic

Cute clip art to download instructions:
To download:  Right click on the picture till you see "Save Picture As..." or "Save image as..." and then left click that to save to your computer hard disc.

I have the gift of gab and my name is Blarney Fife.  I invented the Paddy wagon.  I love green beer and ale. I'm going to the Emerald City to see the Wizard.

Cartoon dancing shamrock thoughts: With a knick knack paddy whack... is that a Riverdance song?

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