Shamrock Corner Bookmark

Shamrock Corner Bookmarks

If you follow my blog, you may already know that I love creating different bookmark designs for the holidays.

This time, in honor of St. Patrick’s Day, I decided to make these Shamrock corner bookmarks.

They are super easy for kids to make. All they need is cutting skills and the printable template, which you can get at the end of this post.

I know shamrocks only have three leaves, but the fourth leaf is where we get the luck from, so I decided to include it. You can still cut the 4th leave out if you want your traditional Irish shamrock.

Your kids can craft a shamrock corner bookmark and gift them to their Irish grandparents and friends.

They also look lovely as party decorations that guests can take home when the celebration ends. We all have books where these can be useful, right?

Let’s make your own lucky charms!

Shamrock Corner Bookmark

How to Make a Shamrock Corner Bookmark

As usual, I included the step-by-step photo instructions that you can check at your own pace, and a video tutorial showing you how I folded one of these lucky clovers.


To make these clover bookmarks you’ll need:

  • Shamrock Bookmark Template (get it at the end of this post)
  • White paper
  • Printer
  • Scissors
  • Glue


  1. Print and cut the template. Set the stem aside.
Cut template
  1. Start by folding the square diagonally into a triangle. Make sure that the clover illustration stays on top.
Fold into a triangle
  1. Flip the triangle over.
Flip the triangle over
  1. Take one corner of the triangle and fold it towards the top. Repeat with the other corner. Crease well and unfold.
Fold corners to the top
  1. Grab the top corner of the triangle, one layer only, and fold it towards the bottom to create a pocket.
Fold the top layer down
  1. Tuck the left and right corners into the pocket.
Tuck corners into the pocket
  1. Cut out only the white parts of the bookmark.

Make sure that it stays connected at each intersection, as indicated by the red marks in the picture below. If you cut over these edges, the bookmark will fall apart.

Cut out the white parts
  1. If you want a 4 leaf clover, go ahead and glue the stem right under one leaf to complete your bookmark.

If you want a traditional shamrock, cut out the fourth leaf and add the stem.

Clover Bookmarks

Ready to get lucky?

Save your place with your new shamrocks and clovers.

Shamrock Bookmark Video Tutorial

Are you more of a visual learner?

Take a look at this video tutorial and learn how to fold this 4 leaf clover.

Clover Bookmark Template

Ready to make these DIY shamrock bookmarks?

Get the template by clicking the link below and enjoy this fun craft!


*Please remember that these printables are for personal use only. You may not sell, share, or distribute the files.

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DIY Shamrock Bookmark

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