St. Patrick's Day

St. Patrick’s Day Clover Canvas

This St. Patrick’s Day Clover Canvas is fun, cheap and incredibly EASY! Which happens to be our favourite description when it comes to holiday crafting. And there is something so sweet about clovers, right? Our heritage isn’t Irish, but it’s hard to resist joining in the celebration and using that adorable clover punch that’s been waiting in the punch collection. So, head on over to your go-to dollar store and pick up some glitter paper, a canvas and some twine.

A close-up of a canvas, with green clover cut-outs hanging from tiny clothespins on twine by Champagne and Sugarplums

What you’ll need:

  • Glitter (or plain) paper in green and gold
  • Clover punch
  • Heart punch
  • Twine
  • Stapler
  • Mini Clothespins
  • Canvas or wood board
Completed canvas on a white background, with green clover cut-outs sprinkled around, beside a small slate that says 'Happy St. Patrick's Day' by Champagne and Sugarplums

Let’s make our St. Patrick’s Day Clover Canvas!

Green clover punched out of a larger piece of paper by a green paper punch  by Champagne and Sugarplums

To begin, punch out (you can cut them out if you don’t have a punch) 9 shamrocks from the green paper. You can always make more or less clover, depending on the look you want and the size of your canvas.

Lots of green clover cut-outs on a white background by Champagne and Sugarplums

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A gold heart punched out of a larger piece of paper by a green paper punch  by Champagne and Sugarplums

Punch or cut out one heart from the gold paper.

Using a stapler to attach twine to the back of a white canvas by Champagne and Sugarplums

Staple one end of the twine to the back of the canvas, close to the top. Wrap the twine around the front and then staple the other end to the back of the canvas, to the opposite side. Repeat this step three or four more times.

How to attach twine to a white canvas by Champagne and Sugarplums
Four rows of twine attached to a canvas, running horizontally across by Champagne and Sugarplums
Using tiny clothespins to pin clover cut-outs on twine by Champagne and Sugarplums

Use the mini clothespins to clip the clover onto the twine. We spaced our clover out evenly and placed them all in the same direction, but you could also switch things up hang them crooked, in different directions or bunched together! There’s no wrong way to finish this St. Patrick’s Day Clover Canvas.

A close-up of a clover canvas, with green clover cut-outs hanging from tiny clothespins on twine by Champagne and Sugarplums
A close-up of a clover canvas, focusing on a gold heart by Champagne and Sugarplums

Remember to add the gold heart!

A close-up of a clover canvas, with green clover cut-outs hanging from tiny clothespins on twine by Champagne and Sugarplums
Completed clover canvas on a white background, with green clover cut-outs sprinkled around by Champagne and Sugarplums
Completed clover canvas on a white background, with green clover cut-outs sprinkled around, beside a small slate that says 'Happy St. Patrick's Day' by Champagne and Sugarplums
Completed canvas on a white background, with green clover cut-outs sprinkled around by Champagne and Sugarplums

We hope you have a super fun St. Patrick’s Day, happy crafting! If you’re looking for more green fun, check out our Lucky Green Smash, our Chocolate Peppermint Cupcakes, and our Rainbow Kids Finger-painting Craft!

Happy St. Patrick's Day from Champagne and Sugarplums

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