Four Leaf Clover Charm

Four Leaf Clover Charm

Starting with four green heart beads, it's easy to create a lucky four leaf clover pendant from The Bead Studio, perfect for St. Patrick's Day. Step-by-step photos help you with the process if you are new to beading. Make two for a set of earrings or turn one into a bracelet charm.

Four Leaf Clover Charm Finished Product

Materials:

  • Round-nose pliers
  • Wirecutter
  • Chain-nose or crimp pliers
  • 3 1 1/2" Headpins
  • 4 Glass Heart Beads (We used 6mm Emerald)
  • GS Hypo Cement (Or any clear drying glue)

Steps:

  1. With 2 of the headpins add a heart, trim wire and make a small loop with the tip of the roundnose pliers, as small as you can.

    Four Leaf Clover Charm Step 1
     
  2. With the remaining headpin add one heartbead, the 2 looped heartbeads and the last heart bead, making sure all the points are facing the center.

    Four Leaf Clover Charm Step 2
     
  3. Wire wrap the the end of the headpin to make the pendant.

    Four Leaf Clover Charm Step 3
     
  4. Place down on a flat surface and glue the center of the clover to keep the beads in place. Before you glue consider how you will use the clover and direct the loop acccordingly.

    Four Leaf Clover Charm Step 4

 

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Really great for both my children at church and the older folks at the retirement home. Thanks

I think this is an adorable idea for St. Paddy's Day. Making the earrings to go with it would be a great idea too. I am going to do this one for all my girls in the family. Thanks

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