This is another layout I created for my monthly Stamp N' Scrap Class. I taught my customers how to create paper pinwheels…aka "Spinners" as the young ones call them.
To create your own pinwheel you will need a piece of designer paper cut into a square. Here I used 3"x3". Slit each corner near, but not all the way, to the center. Place a glue dot on one tip and fold it towards the center to adhere. Skip a point and repeat. These are so much fun and very easy to create. They also make a great project for the kids this summer. The center of the pinwheel has been covered with a small, punched circle and a brad. The brad acts as reinforcement to keep everything today. If you'd like to make your pinwheels into a 3D project you can staple, tape or hot glue a plastic straw or skewer to the back.
- Stamp Set: Sweets for the Sweet #122510 wood, #122512 clear; Notable Alphabet #126355 wood, #126357 clear
- Cardstock: Whisper White, Island Indigo, Pool Party, Wisteria Wonder
- Ink Pads: Whisper White craft, Island Indigo, Pool Party, Wisteria Wonder
- Punch: 3/4" Circle #119873
- Big Shot: 3 1/2" Circle Bigz Die #121811
- Accessories: Mini Silver Brads #122941, Designer Printed Brads #122940, Paper-Piercing Tool #126189, Pierce Mat #126199, Dimensionals, SNAIL Adhesive
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