Saint Patrick’s Day is coming up on Wednesday, March 17th 2010 this year. So it is coming up pretty soon. Now is a great time to learn how to draw 4 leaf clovers (aka shamrocks), so we have put together an easy drawing tutorial for kids, teens, and adults who want to learn how to draw four leaf clovers for St. Patrick’s Day. These plants are said to give good luck to those who find them, as told in Irish tales. This tutorial might be easy enough for preschoolers if you sit down and draw it with them.
How to Draw 4 Leaf Clovers & Shamrocks for Saint Patrick’s Day with Easy Step by Step Drawing Lesson
You don’t have to, but it might be easier for you to leave enough room on the piece of paper if you first draw a circle. Then at the top, either draw an upside down letter ‘J’ shape or a half of a heart shape (if you know how to – if not, go to this how to draw hearts drawing tutorial).
Now, finish the clover’s leaf by drawing the other side of the heart of another upside down letter ‘J’ in the other direction. See the picture above.
Now, draw a line at the bottom of the leaf, as seen above.
Now, start another leaf, by drawing a sideways letter ‘J’ or a half of a heart.
Now finish up the leaf with the other side of the heart and a line down the center, as pictured above.
Now, do another leaf…I messed up and put the line through the bottom. It is no big deal so I didn’t change it.
Now draw the last 4 leaf clover / shamrock leaf. You can now erase the outer circle.
Now at the bottom-right side of the clover, start drawing the stem…an ‘L’ like shape.
Now finish up the stem with a line that goes up and towards the right.
Step 10 – Finished Drawing of a Shamrock / 4 Leaf Clover for Saint Patty’s Day
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