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  1. Dawn Hammontree

    A shamrock IS NOT a four-leafed clover. Two entirely different plants, and they are not interchangeable. The correct symbol is the shamrock, which has three – and only three – leaves.

    • Ritisha

      Well you can’t be so rude about it I followed the directions and I don’t think it was wrong I thought it was beautiful.

    • Paddy

      While you are correct …a shamrock is a trefoil, it is not a single plant, many such plants are called shamrock!
      To make a shamrock shape just follow the instructions given but only draw three leaves and place the stalk centrally.
      Remember this is not a botanical drawing and is suggested as a pleasant St Patrick’s drawing activity

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