On Monday and Tuesday (in video and photos) I shared with you several ideas/projects that I made using the June 2014 My Paper Pumpkin Kit: Pinwheel Party. Today I want to share step-by-step close-up photos for making this cute treat-topper bow.
First cut off two opposing sides as shown from a pinwheel sheet in your kit. (If you don't have this Paper Pumpkin kit, then you need to get it! Join Paper Pumpkin today so you can get future kits in the mail. Then you can purchase past kits like this one!)
Curl the points/ends with a bone folder (or a straw that comes in the kit).
Place a glue dot (that also comes in the kit) onto each point and glue the points to the middle so they each reach that center tiny hole.
With one of your extra pieces you removed originally, cut it to about 3/4" x 2-1/2". Curl it with the bone folder tool or the straw.
With the help of glue dots, wrap and secure it around the center of your bow to cover the points that came to the middle.
Finally (using more supplies that come in this fabulous kit) stamp a banner, slip it under the center of the bow, and secure it with glue dots. Attach some twine with a clip to the center. Then put candy in a cello bag, secure with some twine, and attach the bow with glue dots. Ta-Da!
The only extra items I used were:
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