1. Celtic Knots
The triquetra, also known as a "trinity knot," is believed to represent the three promises of a relationship such as to love, honour, and protect, and can be found as a design element on Claddaghs and other wedding or engagement rings.
Very recognizable as a good luck charm. Whether you carry one with you, nail above a doorway, or tattoo it in your skin, it's bound to bring you good luck.
The iconic Irish mascot, a Leprechaun represents mischief. If you happen to run into one of these little guys, grab him quick! He's sure to have a big pot of gold at the end of his rainbow. Which, of course, you'd gladly spend on more tattoos.
The "typical" icon for good luck. It's said that by finding one of these, you will be graced with good luck. So by getting it tattooed on you, naturally it should bring good luck, right?
Always wanted a cute Irish girl to bring you good luck? Buy yourself one for St. Patty's Day.
A great representation of both your heritage and your religious beliefs.
An interesting and artistic idea to tie together your heritage and favorite animal.
We don't want to forget about the ladies. Yeah Leprechaun's are generally males, but she's a lot cuter than her bearded friend.
Another classic Irish icon, the Fighting Irish not only represents Notre Dame University, but also represents sticking up for what you believe in.
Yeah it may not be directly "Irish" related, but after a day of celebrating/drinking, you may think that getting a tattoo of your favorite brew is just the greatest idea!
Originally Published: Wed, 11 Mar 2015 21:06:46
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