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Orange Chevron and Polka Dots Paper Pinwheels on Paper Straws Set of 4

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Pinwheels are all the rage right now, and they aren't just for the kids...They are bright, colorful and add a wonderful element of whimsy and trendiness to any occasion! And, did I mention these have the uber-trendy chevron pattern going on...yum.

Here are some decorative ideas you might find inspirational:

-Baby Shower Decor
-Birthday Party Decoration
-Easter/spring party decor
-create a special centerpiece
-party favor
-add to a houseplant for a special gift
-use as a photography prop
-playroom decoration
-storefront decor
-and on and on...

This is a set of 4 orange chevron, honeycomb and polka dot paper pinwheels. The pinwheels are die cut from patterned premium paper. There are two pieces of paper so you won't see the plain white backing of any paper. The pinwheels are attached to the cutest striped paper straws with coordinating brads. Not only are the straws cute to look at, they are earth friendly, compostable and FDA approved!

The pinwheels are 6 1/2 inches diameter and roughly 9 inches in length. They are more fit for decoration as they do not really spin. Also, please keep in mind that the straws are not as strong as wooden dowels, so they are a bit more delicate. I have dowels, if that is something that would suit you better. Also, each pinwheel is made to order, so minor differences may occur.

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Orange Chevron and Polka Dots Paper Pinwheels on Paper Straws Set of 4


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  • Materials: eco friendly paper straws, brads, paper
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