I love paper pinwheels. They’re easy and inexpensive to make and they’re so versatile and festive. With some red, white and blue paper you’re all set for some super cute Fourth of July decor!
Making them in elementary school was especially fun and where I learned how to make them in the first place. It was around the same time of year that we were learning the Maypole dance. Remember that? Weaving a huge ribbon around a pole while friends and family watched… I LOVED the Maypole.
But I’m getting sidetracked as I often do. These little cuties are seriously inexpensive to make and seriously easy. If a kid in elementary school can make one you can knock out a dozen in about 30 minutes.
Just imagine them all lined up in your garden or as gifts or table decorations for your Independence day celebration. Sounds great, doesn’t it? Get my full tutorial over at Mom Spark and get your twirl on!Written by Allison Murray - Visit Website