14 responses to “DIY Clover Patch Cake Topper”

  1. Keep the fun ideas coming, and I will keep pinning;)

  2. What a sweet and simple way to decorate for St. Patty’s day.

  3. Awesome! I pinned it!

  4. Love it.!! I love that you use a lot of toothpicks … because I usual see that people (me) use bamboo sticks to make this kind of toppers. … but this idea I’m going to try it. Like like like

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  6. What a great idea to make a simple cake very festive. St. Paddy is smilin’ down on this one! We pinned this on our pinterest page and got a lot of repins, so we are now going to post it on our Facebook page. Hope that is OK with you. Thanks!

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  10. […] DIY Clover Patch Cake TopperIf your party is going to have a cake, you’ll need this DIY clover patch cake topper. It’s easy to make by punching shamrock shapes out of green cardstock and then gluing them to individual toothpicks. You can cut out the shamrocks, but it’s much quicker and easier if you have a four leaf clover “hole” punch. Simply stick the clovers on top of the cake. You can also use these on top of cupcakes. […]

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