Post-it Pinwheels

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Easy and cute crafts are my favorite! I recently learned how to make pinwheels out of paper and I became obsessed. I thought it would be fun to put a cute creative twist on this super simple process.
Introducing: Post-It Pinwheels!
How fun are they?
They melt my teacher heart:) You can embellish gifts with them, stick them on pens or pencils, or decorate with them. The options are endless, really!

Post-it Pinwheels

How to make Post-it Pinwheels! I can't believe how cute and easy this little DIY craft is!
Like I mentioned, paper pinwheels are super-duper simple to make. As you can see below, I whipped out 5 of these puppies in about 10 minutes. YES! Plus, I even got to use my lucky glue gun!

To get started, you will need:

  • Post-its
  • Diamond sticker embellishments
  • Scissors
  • Your lucky glue gun (don’t tell me I’m the only one…)

How to Make a Post-it Pinwheel! So CUTE!

I attached mine to some bright colored “teacher” pens. Teacher pens are what I used to use to correct work (which is code for drawing big stars and hearts on students’ worksheets). I think that post-it pinwheels would be a fun teacher gift!
Post-it Pinwheels. A quick and easy craft!
Looking for more pinwheel fun? Here are some adorable Halloween pinwheels that I made recently. Click HERE to see the whole post.
How to make spooky Halloween pinwheels
The options are endless! Happy pinwheel making!

Kelly Dixon

Welcome to Smart School House! Iโ€™m so glad you are here! Iโ€™m Kelly Dixon and my website is designed to inspire your creative side. I hope you visit us here often!


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31 Comments

  1. i love them. just got up and made three. they are so cute. My Grate Grand kids will love them too. thanks so much

  2. So cute! And I am such a huge fan of pink post-its, too!

    I am your newest follower, by the way. Looking forward to checking out some more of your posts =)

    Anja @ cocalores.blogspot.com

  3. These are adorable! They would make a great birthday favor! Thanks for sharing on Thursdays Treasures.

  4. Sooooo CUTE Kelly!!!

    Thanks so much for sharing this at The DIY Dreamer… From Dream To Reality last week!!!

  5. Love this idea… I see some teachers getting these in the future! Thanks so much for sharing at Monday Funday!

    Take care,

    Trish

  6. Hi Kelly! I love this craft. So simple, but really fun and beautiful too. So happy I found it at I should be mopping. Hope to see you at True Aim!

  7. Very cute! Stopping by from Sweet Boutique!

    Christine
    MyEpicureanAdventures.com ๐Ÿ™‚

  8. Oh, my! How darling AND clever! Thank you for hopping on board The Great Blog Train! -Marci @ Stone Cottage Adventures

  9. So cool! I have to figure out a reason to do this, maybe end of the year party at school. I could do these for all the kids in my daughters class! Thanks so much for sharing on We Made That!

  10. Awww. . . now why did I not think of this?? Well- I’ve pretty much made a pinwheel to fit on everything else -https://www.etsy.com/shop/PinwheelPretties

    Happy to help anyone who loves these. . . but might be crafty challenged. LOL!

    1. Haha! That is too funny:)
      I love your shop (just checked it out).
      Thanks for taking the time to stop by and leave such a kind comment.
      XOXO
      Kelly

  11. Such an adorable idea! Post its are my favorite and this is a great way to use them. Megan

  12. I never thought about making our own pinwheels and with post its of all things! Just pinned.

  13. This would make a cute teacher’s gift if you could find a neat box like that and fill it with goodies – like post-its!