clover cootie catcher – A Subtle Revelry

clover cootie catcher

I’m having a blast with my newest freelance job, creating kid-centric crafts for Just Mommies. This month, a cootie catcher perfect for St. Patrick’s Day.

It is a throw back to our own grammar school days, plus when done in green and with a little rounding of the corners you are left with a very lucky paper clover. Write in four special treats and enjoy celebrating the holiday in whichever way your luck may lead!

Photography by Carly Taylor for a subtle revelry.

PS. Last year, as one of my first projects shared online, I made shamrock cupcakes.

blessings.


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  1. OH. MY. GOODNESS. This is genius! What an adorable idea, and so simple to make. I’ve always been into cootie catchers: http://designfixation.blogspot.com/2010/06/cootie-catcher-for-you.html

  2. I miss those! We used to make those daily in junior high:)

  3. Cute idea!

  4. So cute! We had some friends who made personalized cootie catchers and used them as part of their wedding decor :)

    Have a great day!

  5. Rosemary

    23 February

    I love this! I’m a school teacher and will be making this with my fourth years. They’re going to love it!

    Thank you very, very much!

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