Summer Pinwheel and Burlap Wreath

I think pinwheels are so cute and fun for the summer!  Several weeks ago while making my flag wreath, I also put this little pinwheel wreath together.
Since it’s made using the scrapbook paper of your choice, it’s a very versatile project.  And I made fairly easy by using “flat pinwheels.”  Hope you enjoy this tutorial.

What You Need:
1 Embroidery Hoop (mine is 12 inches)
Scrapbook Paper
Burlap (or your choice of material)
Hot Glue Gun
Glue stick

1.  Choose some coordinating scrapbook papers (preferably with designs on both sides).  I used 3 different sheets for mine, but you could use more or less.  Cut your paper into 5 inch squares.  You’ll need about six for a 12 inch wreath.  (By the way, the paper that I used came out of a kit from Scrapbook Circle which I actually won last year through a blog giveaway. Yay!)
2.  Using scissors, cut your paper starting and the corner, and cutting toward the center, stopping about 1/2 an inch from the center.  Do this at each corner.  Next you need to fold one of the corners over, folding flat toward the center, and repeat with the remaining corners. Use glue stick so that pinwheel shape stays in place. (Or if you don’t want flat pinwheels, you can fold them over without folding flat and secure the pinwheel with a brad.)
3.  Next cover your embroidery hoop with burlap or your choice of fabric.  Use the hot glue gun to secure your fabric to the hoop.
4.  Now use your glue stick to attach the pinwheels to the wreath.
5.  Finally add some ribbon for hanging, and you’re done!

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I’m linking up at these crafty parties and Tidy Mom.



  1. Hi Jerri 🙂

    I have been noticing how cute pinwheels are and was thinking about trying them out..and then I saw your post..I am convinced, they are fabulous and perfect for Summer and I am definitely making my own! Your wreath is darling and I know it will make many smile! Have a great day and thanks for the inspirations!

    Katie@Little Things Bring Smile

  2. So cute and summery! Thanks for sharing.

  3. What a sweet wreath!! Love it! I am visiting from Sugar and Dots and I am a new follower!!

    Hope you are having a great week and I see you around my blog soon!


  4. Life-n-Reflection says

    I heart your pinwheels!

  5. very cute. so simple.

  6. Kassi @ Truly Lovely says

    So pretty!!! Somebody was featured today from the Fancy This Fridays link up! *wink wink*

  7. shopannies says

    my mom loves pinwheels and I can remember hours of summer fun with pinwheels love your whimsy wreath it looks so very fun

  8. Cozy Home Scenes says

    Pinwheels are so cute and playful, and they remind me of my childhood. I remember every summer getting a new one and watching it twirl in the wind. Your wreath reminds me of those days!

  9. Ginger@gingersnapcrafts says

    So cute! Following from Sumo‘s Sweet Stuff link party. Would love to have you link this up to my {wow me} wednesday link party going on right now over on my blog. Hope to see you there.


  10. Saw you on the Somewhat Simple link party. This is such a cute idea! I love pinwheels, and this looks so sweet for summer. 🙂

  11. Perfect for Summer! I love it! 🙂

  12. Beautiful. More the Merrier Monday will be open until Wednesday at midnight. I would love for you to stop by and link up your wreath.

  13. What a fun summery wreath. Love it. 🙂

  14. This is super cute! I’m just head over heels for pinwheels! I may have to make myself a pinwheel wreath for summer!

  15. Very cute!

  16. Think these are great. Full of the cheer of summer.
    Seen you on ladybug blessings.
    Maria Crafty Chic


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