A pinwheel embellishment tells us of the crisp but soft breeze of Spring. We made one from craft paper with yellow flower patterns that add a pop of brightness and a rosette center-piece. The wrapping style is Japanese that leaves a pocket on the front to hold the pinwheel. Finally, we tied baker’s twine in 3 parallel rows around the gift just below the pinwheel. The result looks quite rustic and has an effortless naturalness to it. We wanted the pinwheel to be the focal point so we did not end off the baker’s twine with a ribbon knot on the front. This polka dot wrapping paper is perfect for any gift size. It also works with bright yellow, orange and pink ribbons that not only stand out but complement the polka dot motifs on the wrapping sheet.