Nothing affected my crafting career more than learning how to make a pinwheel. I finally found my go-to embellishment for a bedroom, birthday card, or, as I discovered this fall, a chore chart! When I moved into an apartment with three of my best friends, I knew that delegating chores would be important and what better way than an ornamental chore chart. Every week, we spin the pinwheel and each person is charged with a new task. Practical and it adds some color to our fridge! Here are my step-by-step directions for how you can make your own pinwheel.
Start with two sheets of scrapbook paper, a thumbtack or fastener, a pen, and scissors. Choose one sheet of paper for the pinwheel and one for the chart.
Cut the sheet you’ll be using for the pinwheel into quarters. You’ll only use one quarter of this sheet for the pinwheel. Fold the pinwheel sheet diagonally, both ways.
Ta-da! Your pinwheel chore chart!
Thank you Talia for being a part of Inspired Honey Bee and sharing with our readers your creative idea for helping moms keep kids in check (or husbands) and encouraging roommates to share responsibility!