How to Make Felt Four Leaf Clover



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Four Leaf Clover

GET LUCKY!

Learn how to make felt four leaf clovers.

Four leaf clovers are a common symbol of good luck. The four leaves represent luck, hope, faith and love.



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Lots of people use four-leaf clover on St. Patrick's Day.

But are four-leaf clovers really shamrocks?

A shamrock associated with Ireland and St. Patrick's Day is a clover plant with only three leaves. So if you want to make an actual shamrock, use only three leaves instead of four.

This easy and fun clover craft can be made with your children.

Decorate your home or make them into pins, hair clips or magnets.

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