Everyone knows that if you find a four-leaf clover, it’s considered to be good luck. Did you know that for every 10,000 three-leafed clovers, there is only ONE with four leaves? Well, you don’t have to worry that you’ll never find one anymore — with these fun crafts, your odds of being lucky this St. Patrick’s Day are 100%! I’ve found 12 unique projects to get you in the holiday spirit. From party ideas to home decor, one of these crafts is certain to inspire you. Click through the slide show to see fun crafts inspired by four-leaf clovers!
12 Four Leaf Clover Inspired Crafts 1 of 13Click through to see them!
Easy Headband 2 of 13You only need simple sewing skills, felt and elastic to make this cute headband.
Get the instructions at Kailo Chic
Lucky Cards 3 of 13Four green hearts make a clover - add a doily and paper to make a unique card.
Find the how-to at Bugs and Fishes
Ombre Canvas 4 of 13Share your love of St. Paddy's with a clover canvas - and add a special touch of ombre for interest.
Visit A Pumpkin and a Princess for the tutorial
Clover Leaf Lei 5 of 13These fun necklaces will keep you from getting pinched - and are made with paper clovers and string.
Learn how at Simple As That
Green Banner 6 of 13This banner is made extra special with several shades of cardstock - and a fun ric rac strand to hold it up!
Get the how-to at A Pumpkin and a Princess
Paint Chip Bookmark 7 of 13Use old paint chips to create a cute clover bookmark in less than 30 minutes.
Learn how it was done at Setting For Four
Crocheted Clover 8 of 13Use this crocheted clover as accent for St. Paddy's fashion or accessories.
Get the pattern at Crafty Beats
Door Wreath 9 of 13Create this unique wreath with shades of green fabric scraps and four heart shaped wreaths.
Find the tutorial at Icing on the Cake
TP Rolls 10 of 13Don't throw those toilet paper rolls away - turn them into four leaf clovers just by adding paint.
Learn more about the project at Redberry Barn
Clover Straws 11 of 13Kids will love creating their own unique straw toppers made from cardstock.
Find the how-to at Martha Stewart
Rainbow Garland 12 of 13Combine two St. Patrick's Day icons, rainbows and clover, in this easy and fun banner.
Find the how-to at Make and Takes
Seed Bead Art 13 of 13Use seed beads and glue to create unique clover art inside a frame.
Learn more about the project at Momma D and the Boyz
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