This is a guide about making a beaded clothespin spring necklace. Save the springs from clothespins used in other craft projects to make this unique necklace.
This cute kids' craft is fun to make and can then provide your children with hours of fun or make a nice decoration for their room. This is a guide about making a clothes pin butterfly.
This is a guide about making clothespin pteranodons. A small, simple craft to make dolls to look like the prehistoric flying reptiles.
This is a guide about making paper-covered clothespins. Decorating plain clothespins with fancy paper is a fun way to make fridge magnets and other useful clips.
This is a guide about making monster clothespin clips. These cute and easy to make monster clothespin clips can be used to secure snack bags or converted into refrigerator magnet clips. Gather the kids and craft on.
This is a guide about making Bethlehem clothespin figures. Make sweet Nativity figures with clothespins to help celebrate Christmas.
This is a guide about making a clothes pin chair. Clothes pins can be used to make cute doll furniture.
This is a guide about making a clothespin barrel shaped pot. Deconstructed clip-on style clothespins can be used to make a cute little barrel to store small items in or for whatever you like.
Clothes pins can be used to make really cute doll furniture. If you don't have some to recycle they can be purchased at many hobby and craft stores. This is a guide about making doll furniture from clothes pins.
This is a guide about making clothespin dolls. Clothes pins have long been a starting point for making many different craft projects.
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Spray pin with cheap white paint and use what ever coloring items you want. Good for chip bag clips, refrigerator magnets (glue a strip of magnetic piece to pin). I like glitter for Christmas tree ornaments. When clipped on to pine tree the tree lights really reflect the glitter.
By Cindy from Key West, FL, USA
We lost all our Christmas stuff in a house fire one year and bought all new ornaments the next. Then the tree fell over and broke all it's balls (my mom says never again will we get a male tree). So we started getting glittery and metallic curling ribbon and curling a foot or so strips of them and hang them with paperclips. It looks like an early new years tree as well and has turned into a cheap easy fun family tradition.