Use old book pages, flash cards, scrapbook paper or even sheet music to make these sweet pinwheels that can bring a festive or playful touch to parties and holidays. Make an entire bouquet of them and display in flowerpots, baskets, buckets or pitchers.
Cottage Cheese With Pistachios ● Grapes ● Tomato and Feta Salad ● Ham and Spinach Tortilla Pinwheels (Layer tortilla with ham and, if desired, mustard or mayo. Roll and cut into 1-inch slices.) ● Low-Sugar Cereal
This fun girl's bedroom features lavender walls with a complementing rug in shades of purple. A globe chandelier with pinwheel-like design creates unique lighting and shadows. A soft pink blanket paired with bright, colorful pillows adds a playfulness perfect for a young room.
For a black and gold alternative to the traditional red and green Christmas color scheme, look for gold nutcrackers, or spray paint ones that you already own. Paper pinwheels in black and gold can hang from the ceiling, or you also can place them on shelves. Learn how to make your own paper napkin pinwheels.
This fun and funky nursery blends neutral walls and and armchair with a red side table, purple poof, and green chevron rug. Classic children's books become part of the decor on three white floating shelves, and an oversized bunny decal is encircled by colorful pinwheels.
A bold medallion print rug anchors this room in color and pattern. The distressed console is painted a deep red, a warm contrast to the gray side chair. A wooden lamp and pinwheel wall decor add a layer of rustic charm with a little help from a textured wreath.