If your kids love to look for Leprechauns and four leaf clovers every spring, this post is for you! It’s chock-full of lucky green paper crafts to brighten their day.
Are Shamrocks and Four Leaf Clovers the Same?
Fun Fact: Shamrock is just an Irish nickname for clovers…and clovers only have 3 leaves.
FOUR leaf clovers are considered lucky because they’re a freak of nature. You can’t go to your local greenhouse and buy a four leaf clover plant – you have to get lucky and find one in the yard!
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Grab the glitter and make this lucky green and gold slime.
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Don't get pinched! Make your own lucky 4 Leaf Clover shirt for St. Pat's Day.
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Can't find any lucky Four Leaf clovers? Then make your own!
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This craft has it all! An easy rainbow AND lucky shamrocks!
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Who knew that a green pepper has a shamrock hiding inside it?
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Have the kids decorate the house with lucky 4 leaf clovers.
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Make a work of art to celebrate St. Patrick's Day!