Four-Leaf Clover Wall Art. Create this clover home decor in minutes for St. Patrick’s Day. This pretty green lucky clover is easy to create!
This four leaf clover wall art I created only takes a few minutes to create. It is a quick craft that looks great on display with your home decor for St. Patrick’s Day.
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How to Make Four Leaf Clover Wall Art
Start by choosing your papers – you will need three different shades of green. I choose a light green paper with metallic dots on it for the background, a dark green circle textured cardstock, and a light green textured cardstock.
Cut the base paper to fit your frame using your paper trimmer or scissors. Mine is 8″ x 10″.
I cut out four hearts from each of the remaining cardstock papers. I did this with my Cricut Explore, but hearts are pretty easy to draw and cut out by hand if you don’t have a cutting machine. If you are cutting them out by hand I made them approximately 3″ x 3″.
Cricut Design Space: Shamrock Wall Art*
*Note: A shamrock has only three leaves. Four leaves make this design a lucky four-leaf clover.
Once the hearts are cut out attach them to the background paper. I started by finding the center of the paper and lined up the point at the bottom of the heart with the center of the paper.
Attach the two hearts to the background paper using the staple board. Overlap each set of hearts slightly in the middle. This staple board is great because you can use it anywhere on your paper.
Note: If you don’t have a way to staple the hearts, you could stitch them on with a sewing machine or even use regular adhesive to attach them.
Carefully fold either side of the light green hearts on top towards the center of the staples to give the clover a 3D effect.
I think this would make an adorable idea in a smaller layout to use on the front of a St. Patrick’s Day card as well.
I love the way this project turned out. Even though it was so easy to do, it makes a great statement piece for the holidays.
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