• Make a paper windmill

    by  • 25/04/2012 • Country craft, Country style • 1 Comment

    Country Homes & Interiors’ latest do-it-yourself project shows you how to make your own decorative paper windmill or pinwheel.

    You can use double-sided paper or two sheets in alternate shades to create a two-tone effect. We used paper from Hobbycraft and pretty Cath Kidston stickers from Quadrille.

    The windmills make great table decorations for outdoor parties and you can tailor the colours or patterns to complement your place settings or table linen. The kids will love them too!

    The windmills are easy to make from cut and folded squares of paper.

    The windmills are easy to make from cut and folded squares of paper.

    Use a decorative sticker to hold the blades of the windmill in place and a map pin to secure to a dowelling stick.

    Use a decorative sticker to hold the blades of the windmill in place and a map pin to secure to a dowelling stick.

    If you like this idea, we have lots more easy craft projects for you to try…

    One Response to Make a paper windmill

    1. 23/08/2012 at 4:20 pm

      Short tutorial but a good one. After a few attempts i manage to build it. In the future you can post more pictures taken while you build it.
      Mike

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