Friday, July 29, 2011

Pinwheel Video

Good day my blogger Friends!
   Today I will teach you how easy it is to make some pinwheels and this was a special request from Emily Mom. Remember that request are always welcome and appreciated, many times I wonder what my blogger friends would like to learn or see so with request on certain technique or cards, then I know what to make :) 
For this what you need is a square piece of DSP or card stock. I prefer DSP it make it easier to bend but card stock work to. So cut out a piece of 3 by 3 and come watch the video and will one together. The stamp set that I use on the card is Sweet for the sweet.

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France Martin
France Martin

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5 comments:

  1. I've seen these on other cards and wondered how they were made. Thanks for the tutorial. It's a happy card for anyone.

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  2. Thanks so much for the PinWheel tutorial. I have been wanting the instructions. Love your blog.

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  3. Wow really! I've not made these adorable pinwheels yet! Not that much work to them! Thanks for making the video Frenchie!

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  4. Emily loved it! Here eyes were as big as saucers. I loved the end when it was time for bed. She laughed and said she doesn't go to bed:)

    Thanks so much for making this video. I am excited to finally make a pinwheel card now that I know how!! Thanks for giving us your time and sharing your knowledge and creativity. You are a wonderful part of the stamping community and I am so happy I happened upon your blog a while back.

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  5. Ok, second time through now I'll go downstairs and try it! My son Levi picked up some Pixi Sticks (little straw powder candy) and I'm going to attach the pinwheels to them! Wish me luck!

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