Pretty Party Pinwheels Tutorial!

Hi Friends!  Today I have a fun craft/toy/decoration that you or your children can make: Party Pinwheels! And they really spin!


I bet you have all of the supplies you need at home but if you don’t check out our sponsor Papermart where you will find the best prices on the highest quality party and craft items. For this project you will need:

  • Doilies
  • Scrapbook paper
  • bamboo skewers
  • floral wire
  • beads
  • glue stick
  • scrap paper or waxed paper
  • wire cutters/pliers

Watch the video to see how it is made:

I hope you try this fun and easy craft! It is a great way to use up leftover scrapbook paper too! Thanks for stopping by and til next time happy crafting!


5 Responses

  1. Oh! I thought maybe it was for an end of summer party. LOL However, a birthday party for the twins is an even better idea. How much fun would these be to give each adult as they walk into the pavilion beer tent out back and see who invites the little boy or girl to come out and play first! Great idea Lindsay. Thanks!


  2. Very cute


  3. Hate to bother you, but I have a question…. Can’t get the envelope glue to work… Add more glue , it is better or it looks better but will have to use more than two coats even applied heavily. Trying to make cards for the church sale in Sept.


    • are you using the Elmers White glue and vinegar recipe? Make sure it is regular and not washable.


      • Yes, that’s the one…can’t figure what I am doing wrong. Yes I used old fashioned Elmer’s with white vinegar. And a discovery for you: the Wendy’s knives make Great Bone folders!!! Just smooth the sharp edge a little with a emery board and you are good to go….just go get a small frosty ( .99 ) and a handful of knives.


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