Free printables for Easter and Spring – blog hop

Back again with our monthly blog hop, bringing you 8 adorable free printables to help you celebrate Spring and Easter. I’m so “HAPPY” (pun intended) to share these happy pinwheels with you.

Pinwheels are so happy and they just make me think of Spring and warmer days ahead, so we designed these bright and cheery pinwheels with that in mind, only we added the lyrics to my favorite song right now – Happy by Pharrell. If you love this song like I do, then you know you just have to dance when it comes on.

free printable with the lyrics to Happy by Pharrell - download at NoBiggie.net

Kellie from Nest of Posies also has a printable listed here with the lyrics to Happy…so fun! Here’s a look at all the darling designs this month. Be sure to hop on over to grab your free download for each one. I’ll share the link list down below.

8 free printables for Easter and Spring

Here’s what our printable looks like when you print it out. You have a few options when it comes to printing this out:

– If you have a duplex printer, you can print both sides out at the same time.
– or you can run it through twice to get it on the front and back.
– or you could print the patterned paper on good nice heavy printer paper and the lyrics side on thin cheaper paper and the patterned paper will hold up the other paper nicely

free pinwheel printable with the lyrics to HAPPY - NoBiggie.net

Here’s a look at the Happy lyrics up close. You know you want to sing along.

lyrics to Happy by Pharrell on a paper pinwheel for Spring! - download at NoBiggie.net

Now the folding of a paper pinwheel is really simple. To start grab a brad of some sort to poke through the holes. You’ll also need a long reach hole punch. I LOVE mine! It’s one of my favorite crafting tools. The long hole punch makes it easy to reach to the center of the paper. This printable has cut lines on it and you basically just cut on the diagonal lines, and punch one tiny hole in each right corner. Starting with one of the punched corners, just poke them one at a time through the brad finishing off with the center hole.

printable paper pinwheels - for Spring! - NoBiggie.net

I used these pretty pearlized Sixlets from Sweet Works to fill the jars. I found the glass jars in the $1.50 bins at Michaels, and I added the little cork tops to each one.

spring Sixlets plus paper pinwheels a free printable - NoBiggie.net

I just love how they turned out! They would make adorable party favors, friend gifts or a pretty centerpiece for a Spring or Easter dinner.

Paper pinwheel printables - NoBiggie.net

Okay…now for the fun part, the blog hop:

blog hop

8 new free printables for Easter & Spring

Here are all the cute designs to print out right at home. As you click through the link list below, if you get an error message, you can always click on the home page of the blog to find the post.

1. HWTM (Hostess with the Mostess)
2. Nest of Posies
3. NoBiggie
4. Catch My Party
5. Kori Clark
6. Skip To My Lou
7. Living Locurto
8. P-N-P Flowers

Spring pinwheels - a free printable on NoBiggie.net

Click here to download the “Happy” Spring pinwheels.

get this free paper pinwheel printable for Spring - NoBiggie.net

Have a great day!


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Comments

  1. 1

    Omgoodness! These are adorable Kami! Brilliant idea to include the “Happy” lyrics too! Love them!

  2. 3

    I knew it all along. You & I are true “soul” sisters. I so wish we lived closer!!!

    LOVE LOVE LOVE your idea!

    xoxo
    kellie

  3. 5

    How cute! I absolutely adore this!

  4. 7

    Super adorable!! I love the spring colors!! Super cute!! Pinned :)

  5. 9

    How cute! I love the semi – hidden lyrics! It’s like a subliminal happy message! =) Love it!

  6. 11

    Very cute ideas…all!

  7. 13

    I LOVE these! Can you explain what you used for the sticks (handles) and how you fastened them so the pinwheel would work?

    • 14

      Hi Susan!

      Sure! To assemble the pinwheel, I used a brad. It is poked through all 5 tiny holes in the paper (4 in each corner and one in the center). The brad is opened up to secure it in place. Then I just used clear tape and taped it too a wooden skewer. I hope that makes sense.

  8. 15

    Help. I’ve clicked all over the place and can’t find how to download or print out the pinwheel designs. This would be perfect for gifts if I could actually make them.

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