Do you have a Mourne Mountains enthusiast in your family? Maybe your mum loves nothing more than a weekend jaunt up Slieve Donard, or you have a sibling with a penchant for walking the Brandy Pad.
Or maybe you’d like to give someone else a subtle nudge on your own behalf?
Either way, here are eight very cool Mourne Mountains present ideas, all found on Etsy (so you know they’re handmade by nice creative people!):
Enamel Mug with illustration of the Mourne Mountains printed on the mug.
Perfect for taking on an adventure in the great outdoors, or for having a cup of tea at home!
Through en plein air watercolours and sketches Piera hopes to capture the atmosphere of the living landscape.
The illustration is based on en plein air watercolours of the Mourne Mountain range, situated in County Down, Northern Ireland.
This is a 18mm solid sterling silver pendant showing part of the view of the mourne mountains from Murlough beach in Northern Ireland.
Perfect for the mountain lover or a friend or family member that has moved away and is a lover of the Irish landscape 🙂
Each item is made by hand by myself and may vary ever so slightly, comes on a 16″ sterling silver chain with a 2″ extender (totals 18″).
Unique pebble art picture of one of our favourite animals, the elephant.. Using simplistic pebbles and slate from Murlough Beach, County Down, it is set in a black 9″x9″ wooden frame and is also available in white.
A pack of Northern Ireland themed gift tags to make your Christmas presents a little more special and quirky this year!
Make your friends and family smile with these eye-catching, colourful and original Christmas tags, featuring original illustrations of the famous Dark Hedges, County Antrim and the well-loved Mourne Mountains, County Down.
Pack of 6 tags with striped baker’s twine – 3 each of the 2 designs (3 x Dark Hedges tags + 3 x Mourne Mountains tags).
High quality print of original watercolour painting. Mourne Mountains, County Down, Northern Ireland.
A Once upon a Dandelion original quote and design, inspired by our own love of the Mourne mountains in Newcastle, County Down and John Muir.
Our wood art and signs are all hand made from start to finish in our studio nestled in the picturesque Mournes here in Northern Ireland.
Using our original Once upon a Dandelion design, we use traditional screen printing methods on handmade wood plaques, all made by Philip using wood sourced locally from responsibly managed forests.
Please note that due to the colour, nature and character of wood and each picture being made to order, every finished piece will vary slightly from the picture shown, making each purchase unique.
The total measurement of each piece may again vary slightly but will measure approximately 21cm by 30cm and are both freestanding and ready to hang (shown in the photos above) simply using a nail or screw.
Slieve Donard, The Mournes, County Down, was drawn in the winter of 2004. Slieve Donard, the highest mountain in Northern Ireland towers over Newcastle, a quaint seaside town on the County Down coast. Famed for its rolling cushioned granite stonewalls, the incredibly peaceful Spelga Dam, the Mourne mountains and apparently also home to many hidden pots of gold! And as seen in the drawing, and as the world famous song suggests, the Mountains of Mourne really do sweep down to the sea.
Wrap a special Christmas present in original style this year with this wonderfully colourful and quirky Northern Irish gift wrap!
Featuring original illustrations of Northern Ireland well-known & well-loved landmarks and places, this Christmas wrapping paper is colourful and eye-catching and a wonderful way to send a gift to loved ones abroad or away from Northern Ireland this Christmas.
The paper features illustrations of the City Hall and Shipyard cranes from Belfast, with the Dark Hedges from County Antrim (famous for a scene in Game of Thrones!), and the Mourne Mountains from County Down.
Also included is matching gift tags of the Mourne Mountains & the Dark Hedges with striped baker’s twine.
So there you have it – happy shopping!
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