It's time for another round of Cricut Design Space™ Star! This month's theme is Wedding/Celebration and my team chose the subtheme of A Floral Affair. So I made floral pinwheels! These were so easy to make and can be made into garland, invitation decorations, cake toppers and more!
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Ready to make some quick, easy floral pinwheels? These are so fun to make you'll have a hard time stopping!
- double sided cardstock
- Small brads
- Pinwheel svg file
- Cricut Explore™ (or cut by hand)
- Cut pinwheels (by hand or with the Cricut Explore™.
- Layer 2 pinwheels. Slide brad through middle.
- One at a time, turn ends up and slide through brad. Then hold pinwheel still while removing brad and putting it through the front, closing at the back of the pinwheel.
Need more ideas for your Cricut Explore?
Looking for great flower crafts? Check out all these wonderful projects!
- The Sweet Escape’s Floral Cake Topper
- East Coast Creative’s Photo Backdrop
- Andrea’s Notebook Floral Pinwheel
- Sew Creative’s Paper Bridal Bouquet
- Pars Caeli’s Flower Lights
- Petit a Petit and Family’s Birthday Kit
- Suburban Bitches’ Floral Chandelier
- Pretty Providence’s Simple Elegant Thank You Cards
- The Sweet Escape’s Wedding Cake Topper
- That Girl Katie’s Floral Vases
- Sew Creative’s Flower Girl Barrettes
- Simply Sadie Jane’s Flower Stamped Cake and Flower Party Hats
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