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St. Patrick's Day Pictures and Graphics Tutorials

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Pot of Gold and Rainbow
Pot of Gold and Rainbow

Get the higher resolution PNG or the vector illustration version of this pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. Use as-is or work with individual parts.

© Jacci Howard Bear
It is said that every leprechaun has a pot of gold. He may bury it somewhere secret or keep it at the end of the rainbow. According to legend, if you catch a leprechaun you can talk him into showing you where he has hidden his pot of gold. But, be careful and keep an eye on him. He'll try to trick you into looking away before you've found the gold and poof! he'll be gone and you may be wiser but no richer.

How to Draw a Pot of Gold and a Rainbow

Gold and Rainbow Shapes, Brushes, and Templates

Free Pot of Gold and Rainbow Graphics

Pot of Gold at the End of the Rainbow is a free St. Patrick's Day Card Template.
  • Vector / Bitmap Graphics: Instead of folding into a quarter-fold greeting card, you can use the full image are just parts (such as just the pot of gold) in other projects as well. Download the Illustrator (AI) or PDF version or the high resolution PNG (or the smaller, lower resolution PNG version shown above). Edit as needed in your graphics software.
    Download: AI | PDF | PNG (large)
    Free for personal or commercial use. Not for sale or redistribution.
  • For more gold, see the free Leprechaun Hats which includes a hat full of gold coins and Leprechaun Coins.
  1. Index of All the St. Patrick's Day Graphics
  2. Shamrocks and 4-Leaf Clover
  3. Leprechauns
  4. Leprechaun Hats
  5. Leprechaun Coins
  6. this page
  7. Special Effects for Your Graphics
  8. Patterned and Stitched Shamrocks
Rainbow Trivia: Rainbows are a full circle but we can only see a small portion. Red is on the outside of the curve and the blue/violets are on the inside of the rainbow. And, there are 4 types of rainbows. Although the rainbow is a continuous spectrum of color, we tend to see distinct bands of red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, and violet (remember the order as Roy G. Biv).

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