Prima Pinwheel Stencils

Hi everyone! Where has this week gone?  I hope yours has been going great! I’m pleased to bring you some fun Prima inspiration by the always awesome Sharon Laakkonen! This idea is super fun, and I’m betting you’ll want to give it a try! Special thanks to the Prima blog for sharing this awesome content!

Enjoy!

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1. First decide which petal design you love the most. Spin the top layer of the stencil to open that design up.

2. Slip a Bethany Petal between the top and bottom layers of the stencil using the stencil outline as a guide. Mist with your favorite Color Bloom Spray. The stencil protects everything except the open petal area, allowing beautiful color to go through the stencil design to the surface below. Spray two more petals. Dry.

3. Want to step it up a notch? Let’s spray the petals FIRST, then add another layer with the stencil. Insert a colored petal under ANY design on the stencil. Spin the top layer to “open” this design up. Apply Light Paste with a palette knife over the stencil design. Repeat on another petal. Dry. How fun was that? Now you are all set to put this gorgeous pinwheel flower together.

4. For an added element of fun after assembly, pop on a Metal Flower!

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Supplies:

Thanks for reading today and thanks to Sharon & the Prima blog for this amazing inspiration!

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134 Comments on "Prima Pinwheel Stencils"

  1. urvashi says:

    Hey this syencil is really cool. . Thanks for showing how to use it

  2. Becky Green says:

    HOW INTERESTING!!!!!!!!!!! :D

  3. Iris Esther Lopez says:

    Wow! Very beautiful flowers. I think I’ll try this.

  4. Krista D says:

    Awesome project

  5. Colleen says:

    How cute of an idea is this!!! Just love it!

  6. Laura Tucotte says:

    Very cool; looks like fun!

  7. Glennis F says:

    great idea and great result!

  8. Iris Soscia says:

    So pretty – love the soft colors.

  9. ionabunny says:

    I’d seen these advertised and wondered how they worked. Thanks for sharing. Such a great idea

  10. Phyllis Freese says:

    Very pretty flowers.

  11. Camilla says:

    What a great way to use that stencil

  12. Amante del Papel says:

    this stencil are awesome, and the projects so beauitful!

  13. Janet Cobb says:

    Thank you! Sent my e-mail! Happy Labor Day to all!

  14. Donna R says:

    Gorgeous! Another fun tool. Very pretty!

  15. susan h. says:

    I don’t quite understand the Prima Pinwheel concept but it looks like fun to try!

  16. SharonP says:

    Oh this is super cool, I am dying to try the bloom sprays!

  17. Cynthia O. says:

    Fun stencil idea! Thanks for the tutorial.

  18. Kelly Flaherty says:

    Definitely a project worth trying – thanks!

  19. Kerry P says:

    Super cute design!

  20. Pam C says:

    Super cute! I love the stem.

  21. Gabriella says:

    Neat ideas

  22. Thanks for sharing your wonderful project.
    Crafty hugs,
    D~
    DesignsByDragonfly.blogspot

  23. Carol b says:

    Where do all these ingenuous ideas come from?! Just fab!
    Carol b

  24. Kristen V says:

    I love the stencil that was used and the flower turned out beautiful. Wonderful way to use the stencil.

  25. Mary R. says:

    Awesome dimension you achieved by using fabric. The stencil was a clever
    way to add color to your design. The flower pops right off the page.

  26. Denise Gebalski says:

    Oh this is way too cute. TFS

  27. Evelyn Borges says:

    Love the textures you’ve used in this and the colours are great for summer.

  28. Jen Clark says:

    Saw these and wondered how they worked!! Cool!

  29. Lucy Schmidt says:

    This is the first time I’ve seen this stencil. Great idea. Art journalists will definitely get a lot of use out of this.

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  31. Janet Cobb says:

    Love the stencils! Thanks for sharing the inspiration!

  32. Paula says:

    Very pretty flowers.


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