These pinwheel party centerpieces are inexpensive and easy to make and will add a burst of color and fun to your next party.
- 1 flower pinwheel (from Dollar Tree)
- 1 sheet of tissue paper
- 1 mason jar with ring
- 1 scrap cardstock, any color
- curling ribbon
- sand/dirt/rocks/vase filler
Trace a circle onto cardstock the size of a mason jar lid. Cut it out.
Pour filler into mason jar. Place the paper lid on top, then screw on the ring to hold the paper in place.
Gently punch the stem of the pinwheel through the center of the paper and push the stem to the bottom of the jar. This will keep the pinwheel from shifting. If you’re having a hard time making the inital hole, try punching a starter hole with a ball point pen or craft knife.
Spread out a sheet of tissue paper. Place the mason jar in the center of the paper, then bring all four corners up. Wrap the curling ribbon around the tissue paper to secure it to the mason jar.
Fluff your tissue paper, curl your ribbon ends and you are done!