So did you know that each leaf of a clover represents something.
The first is Faith, second is Hope, third is Love and the fourth is Luck!
So a 4-leaf clover is good luck!
They say there are 10,000 3-leaf clovers to every 1 4-leaf clover.
That also makes them good luck to find!
My daughter, when she was 6, was sitting outside in the grass.
Near the fence was a little clover patch. She miraculously found a 4-leaf clover!
I was shocked!
Each leaf was heart shaped, so cute!
I thought it must have been a fluke...never had I seen a 4-leaf clover, let alone
the 6 year old finding one.
All of the ones in the grass were the 3 leaf variety. She really was LUCKY!
And it made her older brother shed a single tear of jealous sadness.
Totally adorable, right?
so that they have plentiful amounts of 4-leaf clovers.
They arrived pressed and dried in a vacuum sealed bag.
Perfect for St. Patrick's day crafts--and jewelry!
They have this cool textured pattern...
You can use any combo of scrapbook paper...they even make lace patterned paper, so whatever.
Then set it exactly where you want it on the scrapbook paper!
They almost look fake...printed...oh well. I know they are real!
Put a dab about the size of a pea...
Press it so the glue spreads and travels to all the edges.
I did some with glass pebbles, like I did these magnets.
Leaf Bail to the back for a pendant...or a magnet!
I'm feeling lucky!
Fun little gift for a daughter or friend!
My friend and I did this Necklace, earring, ring set!
The bezel setting (pack of 5) and cabochons are from Beadmixer.com