I recently discovered and immediately became addicted to making paper pinwheels, so I had to share how to make them with you all!
Quick and easy to make because the base is a Colorbox® Background Basics Stamps by Ann Butler and they can have a multitude of uses from decorating frames, gift boxes, cards or scrapbook layouts! A very custom look on a budget! You can even adjust the size to create extra large pinwheels to decorate a kids room or nursery!
- Ann Butler Crafter’s® Ink by Clearsnap – Limelight, Aquamarine, Sunshine, Lilac, Night and Berry
- Colorbox® Background Basics Stamps by Ann Butler – Checks, Diamond, Basket and Picnic
- Tombow – Xtreme Permanent Adhesive, Xtreme Power Tabs
- Pastel Cardstock in Lavender, Pink, Green, Yellow and Blue; Ruler; Pencil; Buttons; Embroidery Floss; Scissors; Baby Wipes; Kraft Paper Gift Boxes.
Here is how I made it: