Easy Shamrock Pattern Idea for St. Patrick’s Day Crafts

If you’re anything like me, free-handing patterns is usually not the best way to go. I’m the type that can draw a nearly perfect circle on scratch paper, but end up with a squiggly oval when I actually draw on paper that counts. This is why I am a big fan of patterns! The easier the pattern, the better! Today, I’m going to share with you the quickest shamrock pattern EVER!

If you have a heart shaped paper punch, that’s pretty much all you need! For those of you who do not, hearts can be easily made by folding a piece of paper in half and cutting. To make 4 leaf clovers (aka shamrocks), you’ll need 4 hearts, 3 leaf clovers will need 3.

I’m also going to share with everyone a few projects I found on the internet that uses a heart pattern to make shamrocks!

From Printable Decor

From Printable Decor

From Lilluna

From Stamping Pretty

From Stampin’ Up & Rubber Stampin Zone

What an awesome multi-use of supplies! With a heart cutout, you can make Valentine’s Day AND St. Patrick’s Day crafts. Definitely going to be on the lookout for a heart shaped paper punch!

What other things can we make with a heart paper punch? Maybe a flower or even animals? Let us know in the comments below! We want to maximize all our supplies!



Filed under classroom, crafts, decor, decorations, family, fancy, fun, garden, gifts, good luck, heart, holidays, home, homes, ideas, leprechuans, paper, Valentine's Day

2 responses to “Easy Shamrock Pattern Idea for St. Patrick’s Day Crafts

  1. sweetopiagirl

    Reblogged this on UNIQUE GREETING CAKES.

  2. Kim

    Love these ideas! Thank you!

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