Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Quatrefoil & Four Leaf Clover {Printable}

Are you in the mood for some luck?  I have never, ever decorated for St. Patrick's Day before, but the bloggy world does something crazy to me.  I won't be going all out...just adding touches of green here and there.  I wanted to create a printable that was simple and classic and I thought using quatrefoils would be appropriate since they are essentially four leaf clovers.


Isn't she lovely?  :)  She is all yours.  Simply click on the image above, click again to open in full resolution, right-click the image and select Save Image As.  Open the file, resize (if needed), and print.  This image file is huge, so you can blow this up to a poster size if you want to.

I hope this printable will bring you a little luck and get you in the St. Patty's spirit!  :)  I'll be linking up to these fantastic parties!


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26 comments:

  1. Awesome! Thanks for sharing. :)

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  2. Really cute, Erin! "but the bloggy world does something crazy to me"... haha, love it :]

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  3. Okay, this may be my favorite printable you've made so far. LOVE it!! I don't decorate for St. Paddy's day much either, but I can see using this for something for sure!

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  4. Oh my cute! I love this. I have never been a big St. Patrick's decorator either but I'm pairing this w/ my Leprechaun printable. I'm also posting on my FB page!

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  5. This is soooo darling Erin!!! I love it - so simple and so adorable!

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  6. This is perfect, thank you! I feel the exact same way as you. Never decorated for St. Patricks, told myself I wasn't going to, but all these blogs with cute ideas... I'm just compelled to do a little something at least. So thanks, and I love the quatrefoil with the clover- so clever!

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  7. haha I TOTALLY get the whole "blog land making you crazy" with all of these little holidays! But as I say that...I LOVE this pattern! So "in" right now!

    Thanks so much for linking up to "20 Below Thursday" :)

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  8. Oh, I love it!! My honey and I both have quite a bit of Irish in us so this will go great in our house and what's even better is I can actually print it now :)!!!

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  9. this {sham}rocks! thank u so much!
    malia
    www.yesterdayontuesday.com

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  10. so fun - two of my favorite things put together in one! ;) cheers!

    threesisterz.blogspot.com

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  11. Thanks for the printable! So cute!

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  12. Linked here from Organize and Decorate Everything. Love this simple and beautiful printable. Thank you for sharing something so pretty!

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  13. I think I so overdid Valentine's day, that I plan to steer clear of St Pats day. Plus, March is babygirl's bday, so that tends to take over. But i love this print...for year round even..I'll be printing this out for sure!

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  14. Love it! Thank you for sharing it! ~tina

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  15. Oh and i ADORE this one! Thank you for sharing!

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  16. That's beautiful! Love it!

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  17. Thank you for this! Worked great for a background for my card today. If you like, take a look at it here: http://valspaperobsession.blogspot.com/2011/03/got-lucky-penny.html

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  18. May I share your printable on my blog? I would only use a small image and link to your post so people would still be going to your site to get the printable.

    It would be as part of a post on St. Patricks Day printables on suchfuntogive.blogspot.com.

    ecarian at yahoo dot com

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  19. Love your blog and this project featuring quatrefoil (one of my favorite patterns!) so I featured your project in my roundup of crafty quatrefoil projects here. Feel free to check it out and hope you like it!

    -Mel the Crafty Scientist

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