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I have always been fascinated by the pinwheel. Just looking at it spin in the wind makes me happy. I believe it’s a cool toy that can work ...
1. Colored Papers (preferably above 100 gsm) 2. Straws 3. Paper Pin Fasteners 4. Pencil 5. Sharp Pointed Tool (any) 6. Scissors 7. Single Hole Puncher 8. Blu ...
Fold the corner of the paper to form a triangle.
Cut along the edges of the triangle.
Fold the triangle cutout into half to make a fold line.
Unfold and cut 2/3 way into the fold line.
Unfold the triangle into a square and you’ll see 2 corners with cuts. Repeat steps 4 and 5 for the other 2 corners.
Punch holes on 4 flaps of the paper as shown.
Poke a hole in the middle of the paper using any sharp tool. Then use a pencil tip to gradually widen the hole.
Use any sharp tool to poke a hole through the straw (near the end). You may want to use some Blu Tac as backing support while making the ...
Bring all 4 corners (with hole) towards the middle of the pinwheel. Put a paper pin fastener through all holes (4 flaps and 1 in the center of ...
Attach straw to pinwheel by placing the hole on the straw through the paper pin at the back of the pinwheel.
Bend the paper pin’s tips to fasten pinwheel together and you’re done! Visit www.yokebakery.com for more d.i.y crafts!
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