You can use a pre-made wreath or cut our a large circle of your own.
In this example a circle was cut from three 12″ pieces of green card stock. Three circles were glued together to make the circle strong enough to hold all the clover.
Hint: To make the clover look a bit more realistic try:
1) Use multiple shades of green – here three different green cardstocks were used to make it look like a field of clover.
2) Use different clover – All clovers are not the same. Try using 3 and 4 leaf clovers. Reverse the images. Make different sizes. The printables included in this post have varying sizes and orientations to help you get started.
3) Distress the edges of the clover – This makes the edges of the clover look unique and stand a part from the clover next to it. This can be done by just rubbing the edge of the clover on an ink pad. You could also just use a marker to get the same effect. Browns distress inks are best but feel free to try something else.
4) Fold the leaves a bit – By just folding the leave up a bit the clover looks alive. Just a bit will go a long way.
Now that you have all you clover ready to go just adhere the clover to the wreath with just a dab of glue in the center. Mix and match colors, rotate, and fold up the clover as you go along. Make it messy.
And remember to add a Mickey Head clover in every now and again.