Four-Leaf Clover Cards
Four-leaf clovers are rare enough to have inspired legends and songs, but you can make your own good fortune with a set of whimsical greeting cards.
Photography: Aaron Dyer
Source: Martha Stewart Living, March 2015
- Bone folder
- Green clovers
- Glue stick
- White paper
Cut a rectangle of colored card stock (twice the height of your envelope), and crease it in half with a bone folder.
Cut a square of slightly smaller card stock in a different color, and adhere it to the front of the card with a glue stick.
Pick three-leaf clovers from the yard. (Tip: you'll need two per card.) Place them between two sheets of paper and press them inside a heavy book for a few days, until dry.
Leave one clover intact; remove a single leaf from the second one.
Rub a glue stick directly onto the card-stock square. Carefully place the three-leaf clover, then add a fourth leaf to the stem. Let dry completely.