Jul 11, 2019

Pinwheel Party with Elizabeth Craft Designs

Hi Friends, Kristina here playing with a super fun die from Elizabeth Craft. You probably don't know this about me, but I am ob-sessed with pinwheels. They're my favorite party decor and garden ornament. And now, my favorite embellishment!

The Process

  • Using double sided paper, die cut 2 paper pinwheels using the Elizabeth Craft die. 
  • Assemble the the pinwheels by lining up the pre-punched holes and securing with a brad or strong adhesive. I used Zots & a decorative button.
  • Trim or die cut a front card panel to the desired size and stamp your sentiment
  • Add you pinwheels to your front card panel and adhere down to an a2 sized card base

I used some fun summer card stock from an old 6x6 doodlebug pad I had, but you could get so many different looked by changing up the card stock. 
If you want your card to be more mailer friendly, you can use a bone folder to fold and flatten down the edges and still have a super cute pinwheel. 

Thanks for stopping by today! Have a great weekend. 


Elizabeth Craft Pinwheel
Elizabeth Craft Pinwheel
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  1. Pin wheels are fun. I think everyone loves them no matter the age :-) Super fun card with the super fun papers you used :-)

  2. What fun! Those pinwheels are great!


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