In general people consider the four-leaf clover as a symbol of good luck. Luck also applies to love. Some clovers have these slightly heart shaped leaves, which make it a romantic plant. For this love card, I designed a four-leaf clover in red, the color of love. You could also call it a love clover.
Do you think you’re lucky in love? Are you happy in your relationship? You can craft this card to let him/her know how much you appreciate it.
You can craft this card for any romantic occasion. Whether it’s for Valentine’s Day, your anniversary or a random moment to celebrate your love.
- Craft knife
- Self-healing cutting mat
- Black ink pad
- Alphabet stamps
- Stamp press / acrylic block
- Foam pads
- Sheet of white paper
- Sheet of red cardstock or paper (I prefer cardstock)
- Blank white greeting card
In this video tutorial you’ll learn step by step how to create this Love clover card.
Step 1: Take a sheet of white paper and fold a small part of it. Draw a half heart shape from the fold.
Optional: If you want to go for that “papercut” effect, draw a heart shape inside the heart shape itself.
Your love card is ready now!