Paper Pinwheel Flowers

We are celebrating my grandmother’s 98th birthday here this summer.  She just loves flowers, but due to the lack of rain, we don’t have a lot of colour in the gardens.  To fix this problem, my kids will be making Paper Pinwheel Flowers.  This is an easy craft but the kids will need a bit of help.

 

Supplies

Colored Paper

Straw

Scissors

Paper Fastener

How to Make a Pinwheel Flower

  1. Cut several strips of colored paper 6″ to 8″ long.  Make them about 1″ to 1 1/2″ wide.
  2. Punch a hole in the middle of each strip.
  3. Place the strips together (alternating colors if you used multiple colors) and put a paper fastener through the middle.
  4. Cut a small hole in a straw and place the paper fastener through the hole and bend back the fastener to hold in place.
  5. Fan out the strips until they create a complete circle.
  6. Shape the ends of each strip by wrapping around a pencil.  This will create a curl for the flower petal.

Tip:  Make sure the curl goes in towards the center.

Compliments of: Cool-Kids-Craft-Ideas.com

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