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Clover Ephemera Cards

These historical cards all contain clovers for St. Patrick’s Day. The text has been removed from them making them more generic and versatile for crafting. They are great for collages, mixed media, junk journals, glue books, and more.

St. Patrick used a clover to explain the Holy Trinity of Christianity, which is God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit. Shamrocks have three petals whereas four-leaf clovers have four. Finding a four-leaf clover is considered lucky because your chances of finding one with four leaves are about 1 in 10,000. Both versions are associated with the St. Patrick’s Day holiday.

Grab the free PDF printable file here [clover cards]

I am participating in a monthly printable blog hop. Look at all the free printables created for St. Patrick’s Day.

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