Clothes Pin Chairs

Use hot glue and you can take it apart if it doesn't look right, but only use a drop on the clothespins. Make the seat and the bottom of the chair first then add the back.

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This is not the rocker, but I'm still working on it. This is only my demo.

By geri1 from Jackson, MS

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May 17, 20120 found this helpful

Oh wow! Made these back in grade school! Thanks for reminding me!

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