“…you’ve gotta ask yourself one question: ‘Do I feel lucky?’ Well, do ya..?”
– Harry Callahan, Dirty Harry (1971)
So what is “luck” anyway? Karma, kismet, serendipity – these are just a few positive words describing luck. And there are more than a few symbols to aid in superstition: numbers, animals, and even objects like four leaf clovers, rabbit’s foot, and a upturned horseshoe.
What is luck to you?
For me, sometimes luck is finding a surplus of ideas when you start searching for crafty inspiration!
I used a foam shamrock cutout to trace the larger ones, but I had to rely on my lack of drawing skills for the smaller ones.
I also feel lucky to be surrounded by amazing and talented friends who push me to be the best person I can be, both on- and offline. You will find a f of their projects at the end of this post.
Here is what I used:
- 14″ wreath form
- off-white/cream colored yarn
- felt (three colors, obviously)
- hot glue (and gun)
- shamrock shape (for tracing)
Simple and fun, perfect for creating a little luck in the house (and St, Patrick’s Day, too)!
Here are a few wreaths that inspired me:
Rainbow Yarn from Crafts ‘n Coffee
Now go get lucky! (you know what I mean)