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Wood Shamrock Cutout Large, 12" x 12"


The pride of the Irish (craft) - Nothing screams “Irish” more than a shamrock, and nothing whispers “fun” quite like a cutout. Introducing…the wooden shamrock cutout for a crafty celebration of Ireland’s national flower! And it’s big enough to write an Irish blessing on it. 

 

Make it wild and wonderful - Want a large wooden craft for seasonal St. Patrick’s day centerpieces, door hangers, wall and mantle decor? You hit upon the lucky sign with this 12” large wooden shamrock cutout. Teachers, celebrate Irish heritage in the classroom with this easy St. Patrick’s day crafts for kids. 

 

It’s a shamrock wood cutout, so you gotta color it green ;), but on this super smooth and thick clover leaf cutout, any craft medium works (think acrylic paint, marker, glitter, decoupage…) Made of premium Baltic birch plywood, this is a quality cutout that you’ll put out again and again on the seventeenth o’ March. 

Length
12"
Width
12"
Thickness
1/4"

Wood Shamrock Cutout Large, 12" x 12"

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SKU:
COSPC-12
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Specs
Length
12"
Width
12"
Thickness
1/4"
Br568.65
Description

The pride of the Irish (craft) - Nothing screams “Irish” more than a shamrock, and nothing whispers “fun” quite like a cutout. Introducing…the wooden shamrock cutout for a crafty celebration of Ireland’s national flower! And it’s big enough to write an Irish blessing on it. 

 

Make it wild and wonderful - Want a large wooden craft for seasonal St. Patrick’s day centerpieces, door hangers, wall and mantle decor? You hit upon the lucky sign with this 12” large wooden shamrock cutout. Teachers, celebrate Irish heritage in the classroom with this easy St. Patrick’s day crafts for kids. 

 

It’s a shamrock wood cutout, so you gotta color it green ;), but on this super smooth and thick clover leaf cutout, any craft medium works (think acrylic paint, marker, glitter, decoupage…) Made of premium Baltic birch plywood, this is a quality cutout that you’ll put out again and again on the seventeenth o’ March. 

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