Clover Cash

Here's another "green" idea for St. Patty's Day, but quite a bit simpler than those previously posted.

This idea is a relative of love coupons, with it's own twist.

First, you'll hide these little "Clover Cash" cutouts around the house in places that hopefully only your husband will find. If you have kids, you'll either need to let them in on the secret or be more creative in hiding them.

Download the PDF Sheet of 4 Clovers HERE

Give your husband a Clover Cash Card which tells him what his clovers are redeemable for.
He can save them up until all 12 are found, or use them when he finds them and has enough to redeem them for a reward on the Clover Cash card. Of course, they must be used by April 1 (coupons like this can be deadly weapons if accrued, forgotten about and then redeemed years later all at once!)

Downlad the Clover Cash Card (1 complete, 1 blank for you to fill in) HERE

Need ideas of where to hide the clovers?

Inside their towel.
Inside a book your love is currently reading.
Taped behind a cupboard.
Behind the car sun visor.
On their pillow.
Inside their shoe.
Taped to their favorite beverage.
The bottom (outside) of a clear glass.
Hanging on a doorknob.
Taped on the backside of the remote control.
Inside the microwave. (I know...fire hazard waiting to happen!)
Inside their wallet or purse.
Laminated in a bubble bath.
Tucked in a pet's collar.
Very large, taped on an outside window.
Attached to your love's key chain.
In your mailbox.
On the ceiling, above your bed.
In a dresser drawer.
Inside a CD or movie sleeve.
In their work briefcase or bag.
Tucked in a toilet paper roll.
In a box of their favorite snack.

See, that's simple, fun...and cheap! No purchase required. Enjoy!


Barb said...

Good and simple! I love it! Thanks!

Tasha said...

Cute, cute, cute! I love this idea!!!

Rebecca said...

Great idea, like always! Im going to use this one :)

April E. :) said...

SUCH a great idea! Just printed and cut out everything!!! Ready to start this evening!!! Can't wait! THANKS!

Courtney Rae said...

Cute idea. You know, you could even do this for Easter as well. Since an all-out Egg Hunt is generally tradition anyway, you can use eggs as your "cash."

The Alexanders said...

LOVE LOVE LOVE this idea! Clovers are hidden and ready to go!

lori said...

You have the cutest ideas. I LOVe your blog. Thanks for all the good ideas.

Tara said...

Cute idea, girly!! I noticed almost 50 people downloaded your cute design....and only EIGHT have said thank you! Grrr....that bugs!!! Well, I am saying thanks for all of them! Keep up the great work! Luvs, Tara

Cher said...

Thanks for all your sweet comments! And thanks Tara for thanking me for the download. To be honest, it sure is nice and I really appreciate the thank you's--but seeing it downloaded 50 times, knowing that even 50 couples can have a little fun and grow in love and romance because of this idea... that makes me really happy. I know it sounds cheesy, but it's true. (I can't believe I'm admitting it, actually...hopefully no one comments LESS because of it..) hehe! You're all great!

Amanda said...

Love this idea! Clovers cut out and hidden! So excited to share with my hubby! Thanks a million for all the awesome ideas!!!

Diane {createdbydiane.blogspot.com} said...

what a fun idea. I'm your newest follower and look forward to looking through your blog.

One Happy Family said...

cute, cute!! Thanks again- you're always FULL of fun ideas.

Shauna {SK Studios} said...

hehe i love this idea!! i think i might just have to borrow it... i'd love to hide some of these throughout my hubby's St Patty's Day deployment care package ;)

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Kim said...

This was such a fun idea, and my husband has actually gotten really into finding the clovers. Keep up the great blog!

EllaMiVida said...

I just did this with my husband, yesterday. I was thinking it would be something that would last all week, but imagine my surprise when I came home to find out that he had combed the house while I was gone and had already found 10 of the 12! And I thought they were good spots... We've been having so much fun with this! Thanks for the idea!

Alison said...

Lovin' your blog. Thanks for this one - I'm totally doing it!

Tot Play: A Learning Journey said...

Thank you! I have already downloaded the clover file so that I can do this for my hubby. I REALLY appreciate it! What a cute idea - I would have never thought of that!

Josh and Emily said...

great idea- I made my own card with a simple poem
there are 12 clovers hidden round
each to bring you luck
they're also worth a prize or two
if you save them up

April E. :) said...

I wanted to let you know I did the Clover Cash idea at home, we called it the "Shamrock Hunt." And it went over great! At first I wasn't sure how Husby felt about it. Then he let me know through a blog post.
So sweet!
Thanks for the great ideas!

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Perdita said...

I did this for my husband this St Patrick's Day and he loved it! He's still looking for one of the clovers though. Fun, cute and completely free - brilliant. Thanks!