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This fun & easy project will liven up a children's room or nursery. **disclaimer!** If you are using incandescent light bulbs, please allow yourself PLENTY of space between ...
I used an umbrella-shaped piece from an old chandelier. It really was the ugliest thing in the thrift store, but it's been broken down into two light fixtures ...
I cut 5x5inch squares and thought it made a nice sized pinwheel. You could go smaller, but it may be hard to go much bigger. I estimated how ...
Cut towards the centre of your square, starting at each corner. Leave a space in the centre of each square like an invisible 1 inch square. Repeat for ...
With your darning needle, poke a hole in the same corner of each 'triangle' shaped piece of your square. Poke a hole in the very centre as well.
The first few may be a bit finicky while you get the hang of it. The beauty of this is that once they are all in place on ...
I added extra brads where they wouldn't be noticed and instead of flattening them against the back of the pinwheel, I folded them around the framework that would ...
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