Here’；s a quick St. Patrick’；s Day craft idea： Use toilet paper rolls to make a Shamrock stamp.This upcycled projects was inspired by our Toilet Paper Roll Heart Stamps guest posted by Michelle of Rust &； Sunshine. It’；s pretty much one of those， times four.？Learn how to make a toilet paper roll shamrock stamp after the jump…；
How to Make a Toilet Paper Roll Four Leaf Clover Shamrock Stampbaby pillow set
Grab a toilet paper roll：
Smash it to create creases， just crush it right in halfsies：
Push one crease in to form a heart shape and wrap tape around the roll to hold in place：
It’；s not Valentine’；s Day so make another：
And anotherpillow covers solid， for four total toilet paper roll hearts：
Go back over each toilet paper roll heart and re-fold the bottom seam to make a nice crisp fold at the point. Now hot glue along one side：
and glue the next toilet paper roll heart to the first one， making sure the stamping edge is evenly aligned：
Repeat along the edge of the second roll， then the third， until you have all four toilet paper roll hearts glued together into your shamrock shape：
Dip the stamping edge (that you were extra careful to make sure was all aligned flat) into paint (green， of course)：
Ready for stamping!
There’；s your four leaf clover…；
Use a paintbrush to add a stem…；
I added a message (“；lucky day”；) using simple alphabet stamps， but you can do whatever you like.
It’；s your lucky day!
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