Sunday, May 3, 2009

heather bailey's flower pinwheels for mom

Have you seen Heather Bailey's flower pinwheel pattern? Her's makes a pretty poinsettia, but we thought a few of these would make a fun Mother's Day bouquet! Stacy made this gorgeous one with a few sheets of Amy Butler double-sided paper.

Check out Heather's easy pattern. All it takes is paper, eyelets, brads, ribbon a dowel, a wooden bead and a 12” piece of 18-gauge wire. Cheaper than roses, and they last all year long! This would also be a fun spring project to do with the kids. My kids are probably too little to help, but they'll love to make them spin when they're done!

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8 Responses to “heather bailey's flower pinwheels for mom”

~Kimberly said...

How fun! Can't wait to try these out! Hmmmm, I'm thinking patriotic colors...

caren said...

I'm going to try and make one of these - they are so cute!

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Anonymous said...

This is lovely! I love pinwheels!

Sara said...

Love heather bailey. My friends and I tried out the square pin cushions a few months ago. I forgot to post pics, but I love the one you did.

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Sharlene said...

That pinwheel is gorgeous!!!!!!!!! I am gonna have to try making this one. I think even I can handle it.

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Mercedes said...

Too cute I am soo going to use this one!

Mercedes said...

I am so doing this for mothers day!

Anonymous said...

Hey!! I just posted about Heather Bailey's pinwheels as well. I think we used the same paper for our funny!! Here is my blog

If you get a chance, check it out!

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