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Kids paper crafting.... Pinwheels! Super easy Cut a hexagon from paper, cut from each corner into center leaving about 1 inch. Fold in 1 corner of each triangle. Un-bend a jumbo paper clip. Feed a bead on n twist securing bead. Punch a 2" circle out of paper n feed next onto paper clip. Then feed on pinwheel followed by another bead. Then twist tightly on a dowel rod and voila! A pinwheel

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Re-purposed Paper Pinwheel Tutorial

PINWHEELS - What You’ll Need : lightweight paper for good twirling action one tack map pins (you can use regular tacks but these are prettier and made more tacks) chopsticks (re-purposed) or dowels scissors. http://practical-stewardship.com/2012/06/22/repurposed-paper-pinwheel-tutorial/#

1st grade art project. Kids painted on paper and was cut into circles, arranged like a snail and modge podged onto canvas.