The Norse believed Acorns brought you good luck. Check out this list of charming acorn crafts.
Rainbows have long been considered a sign of good luck. And no wonder, there's supposed to be a pot of gold at the end of them!
Turtles are a sign of long life and good luck. They're also just plain cool.
Banish bad luck with these lucky rabbit feet.
When I was a kid, our neighbors hung a horseshoe over the entry way of their home to bring in good luck. I was always afraid it'd drop on my head. This dishtowel is a safer, and I think cuter, alternative.
Little ladybugs aren't just sweet, they're lucky. Transform a rock into a good luck charm to keep on a windowsill.
Turn the kids' luck around with these lucky kids homemade scratch offs!
Don't wait until New Year's to make a Lucky Penny doll. Tuck one into a lunch box for a lucky day note.
Banish any dreams about bad luck with this dream catcher.
Wear this four leaf clover for extra luck.
Crickets have long been considered lucky by the Chinese. And I think we all know of a cricket we'd like our kids to have guiding them to make the right/lucky decisions.
Tuck a little luck in the pocket. For when you wish upon a star, your dreams come true.
Feeling like your luck hasn't changed yet? Here's one more for you: Put on a lucky puppet show. Did you know tigers are lucky in Chinese astrology? Roar!
Falling Down: 20 Acorn and Leaf Crafts
Candy Rainbows with Marshmallow Clouds
Make an Origami Turtle
Lucky Rabbit Feet
DIY Fabric Paint St. Patrick's Day Dish Towel
Lucky Kids Homemade Scratch Offs
Paper Feather Dreamcatcher
Ferb's Lucky Clover Pin
Lucky Pocket Star
Tiger Paper Bag Puppet
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