How to Make Treat-Filled Paper Clovers

Fill these paper four leaf clovers with treats as a great party favor idea.

By: Abigail Barnes

  • green card stock (in 3 shades)
  • coordinating ribbon
  • scissors

Trace and Cut Pattern

Download and print the four leaf clover pattern, and cut clover shapes out of green card stock. You will need two clovers for each party favor.

Sew Outside Edges

Cut a short length of ribbon and sandwich between the two paper clovers to use as a hanger. Sew the edges of three clovers, about a quarter inch from the edge.

Add Candy

Insert small candies of your choosing before sewing the edges of the last clover. Add glitter, sequins or a personalized note before handing out to friends.

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