The Luck of the Irish on St. Patrick’s Day

Irish St. Patrick’s Day parades have made cute shamrock lucky charms famous around the whole world, but did you know that Saint Patrick himself is believed to have coined the symbol? Legend has it that each leaf of a four-leaf clover stands for a different virtue, representing faith, hope, love and the fourth is for luck. That’s right. Today we celebrate with lots of great green clover fabrics and stationary in our shop. Wishing you all the best of luck. Have a lovely St. Paddy’s Day.

green Rilakkuma bear A4 plastic file folder cloverleaf

green Rilakkuma bear A4 plastic file folder cloverleaf

white Shamrocks & Clovers fabric Timeless Treasures

white Shamrocks & Clovers fabric Timeless Treasures

green Shamrock cloverleaf fabric Saint Paddy's Day 2

green Shamrock cloverleaf fabric Saint Paddy’s Day 2

blue Mamegoma seals lucky clover pencil set 12pcs from Japan

blue Mamegoma seals lucky clover pencil set 12pcs from Japan

Kracie four-leaf clover candy game Popin' Cookin'

Kracie four-leaf clover candy game Popin’ Cookin’

cute cloverleaf bears spring plastic glitter bag from Japan

cute cloverleaf bears spring plastic glitter bag from Japan

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