Cookie Cutters to 4 Leaf Clover

2 Materials
5 Minutes

It's very simple to take heart shaped cookie cutter's and make them into a clover shape. Great for trivets or a decoration. This project is inexpensive and very easy to make.

You will need:

4 heart shaped cookie cutters
Hot glue gun or glue of your choice

Put a little glue near the bottom of one of the cookie cutters.

Stick 2 of the heart cookie cutters together.

Add hot glue to another cookie cutter.
Stick the third cookie cutter to the other two continuing to make a clover shape.

Add glue to both sides of the last cookie cutter.

Your clover is complete.

Use it as a trivet.

Set it up as a display, hang it up as a sun catcher, your choice.

I will be making this and more St. Patrick's Day ideas on Hometalk Live Tuesday, March 7th at 7pm EST. Hope to see you there! (Hometalk's Facebook page)

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Suggested materials:

  • Cookie cutters
  • Hot glue

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