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Four Leaf Clover: Free Silhouette Studio Cut File

It's Friday and today I'm sharing a free four leaf clover design for this week's Freebie Friday. Yes, I know, the four leaf clover is the Americanized-version of the three-leafed shamrock that's more traditionally St. Patrick's Day...but I'm okay with that right now.

Silhouette Studio, free cut file, four leaf clover

I designed this four leaf clover using a series of hearts and offsets and internal offsets. It's amazing what you can do with different offsets, layers and fills, isn't it!

I've used this shape on cards and printable htv...and you can do the same or you can use it on a printable or cut just a few of the layers on vinyl or htv. It's totally up to you how you put it to good use this St. Patrick's Day.  Just remember, the only way you can't use it is commercially.

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  1. Thank you so much! It is super cute!

  2. I love everything you do here and share! Thank you so much!!

  3. Merci Mélissa
    Amitiés de France


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