Syrian Pinwheel Flag Tutorial

A Crafty Arab Syrian Pinwheel Flag TutorialToday our hearts belong with the Syrian people and the suffering they are going through right now.

While my daughters are a little young to try to understand why such a horrible thing is happening to Arabs like them (especially when they can’t quite grasp the concept of what is happening to their own cousins in Libya), we decided to celebrate the Syrian spirit by making this pinwheel flag to hang in our home.

Right next to our handmade Libya flag.

Supplies

12 x 12inch red and black cardstock
2 sheets of 6 x 6inch white cardstock
Small sheet of green cardstock (just enough for two stars)
Hole punch
Scissors
Stapler
Glue
Hanging string of some sort

A Crafty Arab Syrian Pinwheel Flag Tutorial

Mark 1 inch lines on your black and red cardstock paper and fold along those lines accordion style.

A Crafty Arab Syrian Pinwheel Flag Tutorial

Once your paper is folded all the way, staple the ends of the accordion to each other.

A Crafty Arab Syrian Pinwheel Flag Tutorial

Staple the red and black accordion cardstocks to each other.

A Crafty Arab Syrian Pinwheel Flag Tutorial

Mark 1/2 inch lines on your two sheets of white cardstock and accordion fold them also.

A Crafty Arab Syrian Pinwheel Flag Tutorial

After you have done both, be sure to staple them to each other, just like you did with the red and black sheets above.

Cut out (or punch out) two green stars.

A Crafty Arab Syrian Pinwheel Flag Tutorial

Glue the white pinwheel to the red/black pinwheel. Glue the stars to the white pinwheel.

A Crafty Arab Syrian Pinwheel Flag Tutorial

Hole punch the top of your red flag. Make sure you hole punch the two ends pieces that have been stapled together as this will make your hanging flag stronger.

A Crafty Arab Syrian Pinwheel Flag Tutorial

Place some string in your punched hole and hang your Syrian flag.  To make a necklace of the Syrian flag, visit Syria is in My Heart Necklace Tutorial.

If you’d like to give to the humanitarian aid in Syria, make No Sew Pillow Tutorial {for Syrian Refugees}.

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