St. Patrick's Day crafting #2 - quilled clover leaf card

 Welcome back to another day of St. Patrick's Day crafts!
If you missed yesterday's craft click here.
Today I'm going to show you how to make a
cute clover card for St. Patrick's Day.

You will need:
Green quilling paper
Quilling tool
White glue
Ladybug embellishment
Rubber stamp and ink

 Step 1:
Cut 3 strips of quilling paper 10" long.  Wrap the first strip around the quilling tool.

 (paper wound on quilling tool)
 Step 2:
Take the paper off the tool and let it open up a bit.

 Step 3:
Make 3 circles and fold a stem into the above shape.

Step 4:
Glue the ends of the stem together to make a long triangle shape.  Glue the ends of the paper strips to the circles to stop them from unraveling.

 Step 5:
Glue the circles and stem into a clover shape.

 Step 6:
Glue clover and ladybug embellishment onto card and stamp greeting.

  Give to someone special!

I will be back tomorrow with a super cute
paper and wire ladybug embellishment tutorial!
See you then! 


  1. I love it! I've never done quilling before, but I may just have to try.

  2. Hi Lydia!
    I was surprised how simple quilling was when I first tried it. My 10 year old daughter enjoys it too.
    Thanks for stopping by!
    ~ joey ~

  3. Cute! Thanks for sharing with us on Eco Kids. I would like to try the cute paper quilling technique someday!

  4. You have the cutest ideas, Joey! Thanks so much for sharing this with us at Eco-Kids Tuesday! Hope you come back and visit today!


I really enjoy reading your thoughts and ideas about the posts that I write here. It's nice to just say hi too!
~ joey ~