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You can make your own luck...or lucky charm this St. Patrick's Day, with these cute four leaf clover clips.

These are really simple to make. In fact my kids came up with the idea, when I let them play
around with a bag of random wooden shapes and some Popsicle sticks.

Posted by Corinne D. from Chicago, Illinois, United States • Published See Corinne D.'s 7 projects »
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  • How to make a clips. Little Clover Clips - Step 1
    Step 1

    I used a regular, wooden clothespin, and then I had
    a bag of irregular wooden shapes, you can find at most craft stores.
    Pick out 1 star, and 4 little hearts, the same size.

  • How to make a clips. Little Clover Clips - Step 2
    Step 2

    The star will be your base, add glue to this, and attach the petals
    to the glue on the base.

  • How to make a clips. Little Clover Clips - Step 3
    Step 3

    All points toward the center.

  • How to make a clips. Little Clover Clips - Step 4
    Step 4

    Then allow your clover petals to dry.
    You can attach these clovers to anything...when my kids made these, they
    attached them to popsicle sticks, and we displayed them in our plants.

  • How to make a clips. Little Clover Clips - Step 5
    Step 5

    Then attatch to your clothes pin....the end that pinches things...not the
    end you press on.

  • How to make a clips. Little Clover Clips - Step 6
    Step 6

    Then wait for it to dry. They look pretty cute natural wood color, but
    I liked the green for the holiday, adding a little gold glitter paint over the final coat.

  • How to make a clips. Little Clover Clips - Step 7
    Step 7

    After you have painted them and let them dry, they are ready to use!

    You can clip a note to them, as a holiday surprise..clip to a treat from
    a leprechaun. Or even stand the clip upright, and use as a place card holder.

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