Introduction

Gather Supplies

Gather Supplies

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Gather Supplies

Gather a sharp pair of scissors, a template of a four-leaf clover, craft foam, a pencil, a wood or rigid foam block, super glue, fabric medium, green acrylic paint, a small foam roller, a white napkin and an iron. 

Step 1

Trace

Trace

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Trace

Trace a four-leaf clover onto the craft foam.

Step 2

Cut Clover

Cut Clover

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Cut Clover

Cut out the four-leaf clover using scissors.

Step 3

Glue

Glue

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Glue

Use a small amount of super glue to affix the foam clover to the wood or rigid foam block.

Step 4

Dry

Dry

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Let Dry

Allow the super glue to dry completely. 

Step 5

Prep the Paint

Prep the Paint

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Prep the Paint

Mix one part fabric medium to two parts acrylic paint. Load up the small foam roller with paint.  

Step 6

Roll Paint

Roll Paint

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Paint Stamp

Roll the paint onto the foam clover stamp. Do a few test stamps to determine how much paint to apply and how much pressure to use while stamping.

Step 7

Stamp Napkin

Stamp Napkin

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Stamp Napkin

Carefully press the stamp onto the napkin.

Step 8

Let Dry

Let Dry

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Let Dry

Allow the paint to dry for 24 hours.  

Step 9

Iron

Iron

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Iron

Iron to set the paint.

Step 10

Display

Display

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Showcase

Fold the napkin to showcase the four-leaf clover.