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Dorina D

What a great invitiation! So unique and different and I love that it spins.

Danielle

Cute idea for an invite!

Kathleen Spaeth

These are very cute, but with the additional cost of mailing them (via a box) I can't see their practicality as a Mailed Invitation. The U.S. Postal Rates are just too high for this whimsy and the Canadian Postal Rates are worse. I can see them being used as a decoration at a Birthday or Graduation (use the Graduate's School Colors) Party though. And of course I can see them being used at a July 4th Bash and Fireworks Celebration. The big question is: Can you make the Pinwheels in different sizes or is the Base of the Pinwheel always the same size? Thank you for the Introduction.

Kathleen Spaeth

Yes, you can make them in different sizes. I just watched the attached Video and I am sorry that I didn't do that first before I asked my Question above. I wonder if you could make a Pinwheel Invitation small enough to be mailed in a Card Envelope, perhaps without the Pinwheel Stick, and not have to mail it in a more expensive Box or Larger Envelope? Interesting! I do like the Fullsize Pin Wheel Attachment Kit though. Thanks for humoring me!

barbara macaskill

LOVELOVELOVE this!! I definitely need this punch board! Who can resist a pinwheel? they always make me smile! TFS!

Janet Storey

What a great idea! I can think of many ways to use them. So simple that children could use it too! Thanks for sharing.

Joan

This is such a FUN idea! Great for those invitations you can deliver in person :)

Helen Gullett @ Living My Given Life

This is full of Fun!!!! Cute and adorable at the same time, too :D

Kimberly

Adorable idea!!

Charity Chamberlain

The pinwheels are so pretty! What a nifty tool that is!

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