St Patrick’s Day – a tribute to Ireland’s patron saint, and that night of the year when your noisy neighbours keep you up 4hrs later than usual weekends 😂 haha. This day whilst huge in the UK, der of course, is also rather huge in the US, Canada, Australia and New Zealand to name a few.
Since we could all use a bit of luck, I did a 4-leaf clover AKA a lucky clover drag marble 🍀 using Candyman Can & French Affair by @opallacgelpolish.
According to some, each leaf represents in order: faith, hope, love & luck. If you find a 5-leaf clover, it’s 5rh leaf’s said to represent money 💰 6-leaf clovers also exist, and given how much celebratory beer I’ve seen Irish acquaintances throw down on St Pat’s, that leaf should probably represent a liver 😜😂
There’s even scientific debate if such aberrations are the result of genetic or environmental factors. With study, since it is estimated that 4 leaf clovers are a 1 in 10,000 occurrence. There are 4 leaf clover collectors with tallies in the hundred thousands.
🍀 This also is for the #stpatricksday prompt for @clairestelle8challenge #clairestelle8march Enjoy! Video tut up later x
SUPPLIES USED FOR THIS NAIL ART:
- Candyman Can – @opallacgelpolish
- French Affair – Opallac
- Studs and humour