St. Patrick’s Day Four Leaf Clover Card

St. Patrick's Day Four Leaf Clover Card

The cutest St Patrick’s day card that you can make with everything you probably already have in your home. I was ecstatic playing around with my sons Stamp It Kids Art rolls, if you take the heart and connect four together then you’ll have a four leaf clover. Next, add in the cute saying (Lucky to have you), using a stencil for an elegant touch that makes this card look store bought. Of course you can write the message by hand, but if you own a stencil it can make the card look extra sharp. Make this adorable card for grandma, grandpa, auntie, uncle, your little ones friends ect… This card is not only for kids, I think adults will love making these for friends as well.

I’ve been a bit overwhelmed lately to say the least, being a new mom again and having two babies sure is time consuming. Finding cute crafts for my toddler that are fun and don’t involve taking a trip to the store is perfect for us. So, I put on my Baby K’Tan Wrap and secured Katia in for her nap. Then, running to the kitchen to grab my empty paper towel roll. Followed by, cutting the roll in three so my toddler and I could stamp all the clovers our hearts desired. 😉

P.S. Use thick craft paper left over from other projects. You can also buy the card stock at your local craft store and usually for fairly cheap. I purchased mine when it was all 40% off. Simply fold the thick craft paper to make your card if desiring a fancier DIY card or you may use regular white paper.

Crayola Washable Kids Paint
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St Patrick’s Day Four Leaf Clover Card


Ingredients

  • Empty paper towel or toilet paper roll
  • Tape (optional)
  • Thick white crafting paper or any paper of choice
  • Green paint
  • paper plate
  • Paint brush
  • Black and green markers
  • stencil (optional)

Instructions

  1. Cut empty paper towel roll or use a toilet paper roll
  2. Bend and shape heart on paper roll making a sharp point at the bottom of the heart to make your leaf
  3. At this point you can use tape around the roll to secure your shape a bit, but this is not necessary
  4. Fold craft paper or other paper
  5. Use stencil or write cute saying on front of card, Lucky To Have You
  6. Inside the card write who the card is to at the top… Happy St. Patrick’s Day…Love You…and sign your name at the bottom
  7. Pour green paint onto a paper plate
  8. In circular motion spread out paint with your leaf (heart) stamper
  9. On the front of the card stamp four hearts all connecting at the bottom of the heart
  10. For the last heart squeeze the roll a bit to make sure it is the right fit between the two other leaf stamps
  11. Once you have your four leaf clover take your paint brush and paint a line for your stem
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