Make It Monday #104

I was excited about the new Papertrey Ink Make It Monday over on Nicole Heady’s blog. I have been wondering how people were making those super cute little pinwheels! Ashley Cannon Newell has a wonderful video tutorial for them. Here is my pinwheel card. 🙂

DSCN2268There are so many innovative ways to use the pinwheels as seen in the gallery of people already linked up, but I decided to go old school and use them as actual pinwheels. I wish I could find a way to actually make them move…hmmm…I feel another project coming on,..that is, if toddler allows. LOL!

Hope you like it!

Supply List (all products PTI unless other wise noted) :

Cardstock: Recollections Kraft

DP: DCWV Coral Couture Stack

Stamps: Framed Out #12

Ink: Dark Chocolate

Dies: Square Prints

Other: Xyron X, toothpicks, foam tape, and Michael’s rhinestones

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6 comments
  1. Lauren, this is just too cute. You are so creative and clever, 3 sweet little pinwheels on sticks. They look like summer.

  2. Victoria h said:

    Gr8 card with cute pinwheels.

  3. Joyce M. said:

    Those tiny pinwheels are so cute, and they look great all lined up.

  4. What a cute card, it looks so miniature and dainty! It actually looks like the pinwheels will turn if the wind were to blow! What a great card! Thank you for your comment on my blog, I really appreciate it!

  5. Super cute pinwheels all in a row! Love that you used toothpicks for them (perfect size!) and that you cut the pointy ends off. Great detail!

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