Project of the Day & Giveaway: PinWheel Wreath

Today’s Project of the Day for National Craft Month comes from the fine folks at Provocraft!  Brighten up your door with this easy to make spring project. Visitors will love being welcomed by the fun design and whimsical feel. And don’t forget to enter our Giveaway by answering the question below in the Comments Section of this post.

Using the Cricut Expression 2 die cutting machine, this fun project is super fast and easy. With the Cricut Craft Room, you can choose your design as well as size and let the Cricut Expression do all the work for you! Since you are choosing the papers and patterns you are using, this could be a nice accompaniment to any home decór. You can add a vintage flair to this project by inking your edges before forming your pinwheels or leave it inkless for a clean look. The choice is yours!


Paper Pinwheel Wreath Tutorial

By Sharon Butterfield for Provocraft

Skill level: Easy
Time: 30 minutes

Cricut Expression® 2 Personal Electronic Cutter
Cricut® Craft Room Exclusive 3D Pinwheels cartridge
Styrofoam wreath
Patterned paper: 3-4 patterns, double sided
Brads: green, pink, blue, yellow
Brown ink

Cartridge Cuts:
Cricut Craft Room Exclusive 3D Pinwheels cartridge
• 5 ¼”



  1. Cut pinwheels from your favorite paper using the Cricut Expression 2.
  2. Ink all edges. Front and back.
  3. When assembling pinwheels, roll each corner of the pinwheel that has the hole. This will help the paper to bend without creasing when you assemble with the brad.
  4. Rip muslin into 3” strips. Wrap around wreath until it is all covered. Use pins to hold into place.
  5. Use pins to attach the pinwheels onto the wreath.

We’re giving away a prize a day every day here on our FaveCrafts blog for National Craft Month. It is so easy to enter, so be sure to check back each day for our Project of the Day post like this one to comment to enter! You have 31 chances to win and a new special prize each day.

Today’s Prize is a Cuttlebug Machine!

    ProvoCraft Cuttlebug Machine

  • Contest open to US and Canada residents 18+
  • One comment/entry per person.
  • Contest closes March 4, 2012 at 11:59 p.m. CST.
  • Please answer the question below in order to be entered.
  • Winners will be posted on this blog and notified by email.


Answer the question below in the Comments Section of this post for a chance to be today’s winner:

What do you craft to celebrate Spring? 


  1. Judy Terracina says

    I love to find easter egg dying ideas using natural foods and plants to make coloring to dye the eggs and a lace tablecloths. My granddaughters and daughters love being involved in the project which becomes a fun family time.


    What do you craft 2 celebrate Spring? Spring to me always also includes crafts for the Easter holiday, St. Patrick’s Day and May day. For St. Patty’s day i once took a field of three leaf clovers & loosely filled 3 petri glasses and formed a 3 leaf clover underneath the clover i had drawn on bright green construction paper a more accurate ressemblence of clover and then placed the glass dishes on toop of it. otherwise i fill the apt with fresh flowers all the time and then made some butterflies out of pantyhose and bright color paint used craft wire to make the outline of the wings, a cigar for the body and coat hanger as its stand. also made butterflies out of the colorful thin spongey material& make those into magnets

  3. cheryl says

    I start make thing for garden ,out side of the house . yes would love one of them machine

  4. veronica sharples says

    its a great pity that your competion only runs in USA and not other countries like NEW ZEALAND like where I live. anyway I like to crochet easter eggs and bunnies in the spring

  5. icepoppy1 says

    I love spring. this year i can’t wait to make the stained glass eggs on fave crafts with my kids and use my cricut to
    make easter crafts and decor

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