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Spring Paper Pinwheel Wreath

By: Abbey DeHart from The Cards We Drew

A bright and sunny wreath is the perfect way to get your home ready for spring. This lovely Spring Paper Pinwheel Wreath is a quick and easy wreath to make, even if you don't have a lot of crafting experience! Embellished with fun pinwheels of all colors and styles, this wreath is great for spring and summer and can be hung on your door or anywhere inside your home. Use up those paper scraps and create a lovely spring wreath with this fun and easy tutorial!

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  • Straw Wreath Form
  • Wide ribbon
  • Scrapbook paper of your choice
  • Paper cutter or scissors
  • Wooden circles for the centers of the pinwheels
  • Washi tape for the circles
  • Contrasting ribbon for bow
  • Hot Glue/Glue Sticks



  1. Start by wrapping your wreath form with the ribbon of your choice.
  2. To make the pinwheels, cut two pieces of paper the same length and width. I used the length of the paper and the width varied from 1-1 ½  inches each. Remember that one piece of the paper will just be one half of the pinwheel, so if you go wide the pinwheel will be huge.

    Spring Paper Pinwheel Wreath
  3. Lay your strips on top of each other and accordion fold them back and forth evenly.

    Spring Paper Pinwheel Wreath
  4. Lay one end on top of the other and hot glue it down.

    Spring Paper Pinwheel Wreath
  5. Glue both ends of the paper together to create a circle.

    Spring Paper Pinwheel Wreath
  6. Then push it all together and down to form your pinwheel.

    Spring Paper Pinwheel Wreath
  7. Add a large amount of glue to the center and allow to seep into the pinwheel a bit, then hold together for a minute or two by hand until the glue hardens.  Flip it over and you have your pinwheel! 

    Spring Paper Pinwheel Wreath

    Spring Paper Pinwheel Wreath
  8. I added wooden dots with Washi tape covering them to the center of my wheels by gluing them down the same way on the front.
  9. Attach the pinwheels to the wreath with hot glue.

    Spring Paper Pinwheel Wreath


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This is so nice. My friend loves those gosh darn umbrellas. She is always collecting them.i would love to make her this wreath for her door. It's easy enough and very different. Plus she lives in a condo with a front door that is inside so no fear of rain or snow ruining anything on the door.

I have loads of really neat scrapbooking paper that I need other uses for, so this wreath is a good use! lol I love this kind of wreath, but I'm concerned about it getting wet. My front door is protected with a storm door, but I think I'll give the flowers a coat of waterproofing spray before I attach them to the wreath. It doesn't have to last forever. I'd like to change the flowers, anyway, but I don't want them to lose their look from dampness. The waterproofer is an easy fix though.


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