Pin wheel / Catherine wheel – our style

25 Jun

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Take a circle of paper or thin card. Fold it in half to make a semi-circle shape and make a cut, but not all the way to the center. Unfold the circle and fold it again to make a semi-circle the other way. Make another cut, but again, not all the way to the center.
Unfold your circle and fold one corner of each quarter section into the center. Fasten in place with a paper fastener.
Decorate your Pin wheel with sparkly stickers and sequins. Add ribbons or streamers to the edges for extra twirling effect.
Roll up a piece of paper into a long tube shape to make your handle. Use the paper fastener to attach the Pin wheel to your handle.
Then blow!

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3 Responses to “Pin wheel / Catherine wheel – our style”

  1. jillianmak June 26, 2013 at 1:03 am #

    Super cute!

  2. jenithasuresh June 26, 2013 at 4:20 am #

    good job

  3. Epiphania Vincent June 26, 2013 at 1:29 pm #

    wow….. its really good to see a kid doing this.. Good job…

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