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This post has all the four leaf shamrock template printables & free printable shamrock cutouts you’ll need for your St. Patrick’s Day crafts!
Over the years, I’ve had a lot of people find my shamrock teabag tutorial and my printable lucky banner while searching for four leaf clover and shamrock templates. That’s why today I’m sharing a huge collection of 17+ free printable four leaf clover and shamrock templates!
This collection of printable clovers is very easy to use. All files are hosted on Google Drive and absolutely free to download – no sign up required. Please feel free to use them however you’d like. I just ask that you link to this post instead of the individual resources if you want to share!
Ideas for how to use your clover & shamrock templates
- Make your own cute St. Patrick’s Day teabags!
- Print them on colored paper or cardstock and make cards like in my friend Rose’s post on homemade St. Pat’s cards.
- Make a four leaf clover banner for good luck.
- Use them as stencils for painting.
- Print on cardstock to make your stencil more durable.
- You can decorate posters, shirts, tote bags, and so much more!
- Cut out the inside and then pounce paint inside or make your own spray inks and decorate a shirt!
- Cut around the outside, place the clover down, then paint around the outside for a different effect.
Free printable four leaf clover & shamrock templates
This list of clover patterns has a lot of different styles and sizes! There are options with and without stems and sizes from just 1″ up to 10″ so make sure to keep scrolling!
Here are 3″ four leaf clovers without stems. They have a more traditional, thicker appearance.
This is the same four leaf clover, only larger. It’s 7.75″ across.
This is the biggest clover of them all! It is 10″ tall and wide when completed. Only half of it fits on the page – either print two copies and tape them together (one side will be facing towards you and the other side needs to be flipped so the printing is down) or simple trace one side of the clover then flip the template on the paper.
Use the same technique to make a 10″ four leaf clover with the pointier, more heart-shaped design.
If you need tiny clovers, you’ve come to the right place! These little guys are confetti sized – only 1″ across.
The tiny four leaf clovers are cute, but they can get difficult to cut out. If you need a lot of them, grabbing a 1″ shamrock punch will be easier.
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Here’s a large four leaf clover with a stem (it’s also 7 3/4″)
Here’s a 3″ smaller four leaf clover with a stem.
These 3″ shamrocks are more narrow and heart-shaped.
Here’s the heart-shaped shamrock smaller at 1.5″ each.
Here’s a 7.75″ large heart-shaped four leaf clover!
Here’s the 5″ medium version.
This stylized four leaf clover was so much fun to create! They’re also 3″ across.
Here’s the stylized version even larger than the others – it’s 7.8″!
Going the opposite direction, here’s the stylized for leaf clover at 1.5″
If you prefer a three leaf shamrock, here it is! This large shamrock outline is about 7.75″. (If you’re wondering why you keep seeing that same measurement, it’s because that’s about as big as you can print something on a regular letter sheet with a printer that doesn’t print borderless)
Here’s the same three leaf shamrock in medium (5″) size:
And here’s your 3″ shamrock template!
If you want to be a little more health-conscious about the sweets you eat this St. Patrick’s Day, check out these easy & delicious homemade mint marshmallows!
I hope you enjoy this collection of clover and shamrock stencils. Please let me know if there are any additional sizes you’d like to see and I’ll try to help!