Looking for an easy craft to make with a toddler for St Patrick’s Day? Make a handprint 4-leaf clover craft! Fun for slightly older kids too.
Preschoolers and Kindergartners can use this St. Patrick’s Day clover craft for an exploring shapes theme. The heart-shaped leaves make it a great way to show younger kids how you can use shapes to create things found all around us. It also is a great craft for practicing cutting curved lines.
Toddlers can have fun using the green paper hearts to build a four-leaf clover over and over again.
4-leaf Clover Craft Supplies
- green paint
- green construction paper
How To Make The Handprint Four Leaf Clover Craft
Cut four heart shapes out of green construction paper (or 3 if you’d like a handprint shamrock instead). The hearts should be bigger than the child’s hand.
Next, make a green painted handprint on each paper heart. Alternatively, you could make the handprints first and then cut a heart shape around it afterwards. Let dry.
Arrange the hearts into the shape of a 4-leaf clover or shamrock.
Tape or glue it together on the backside.
Cut a stem shape out.Either tape or glue the stem to the backside.
Now the St. Patrick’s Day handprint 4-leaf clover is ready to be hung up as artwork on the wall or refrigerator!
St. Patrick’s Day Saying
If giving the handprint clover to someone, trying writing an Irish blessing on it. Here’s a saying that would be cute with this St. Patrick’s Day clover craft:
Wherever you go
And whatever you do,
May the luck of the Irish
Be there with you.
*This handprint four-leaf clover craft was originally published on 3/13/2011 and updated on 3/6/2019.
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