- Clip Valentines or flags on a line for bunting for Valentines day or any occasion.
- Glue a magnet onto the backside to hold a picture or message on your refrigerator.
- Clip together bags of goodies, or leftover chips and snacks.
- Use as a name tag holder for a gift.
- Enhance a scrapbook project.
- Make a wreath with them by clipping them to a circular wire or cardboard wreath base.
- Use them in your laundry room to decorate with.
- Why not try hanging out the laundry with your pretty little clips and see if it doesn't add some sort of pizazz to the ordinary everyday mundane tasks.
- Put them in a cute jar and give them as a gift to a friend.
- Wooden clothespins of various sizes.
- Mod Podge.
- Glue brush or small sponge brush.
- Scrapbook paper.
- Paper flowers, ribbons, or buttons for decorating.
- Using your clothespins as a template, place a clothespin onto the back of your scrapbooking paper and draw around it.
- Use this drawing to measure and draw as many "paper clothespin covers" as you want.
- Cut them out.
- Cover the top of the clothespin with Mod Podge glue.
- Place the "paper clothespin cover" on top of the glue.
- Run your finger over the top to smooth and seal the paper to the clothespin.
- Brush Mod Podge glue over the top of the "clothespin cover" to seal the top.
- Allow to dry approximately 30 minutes.
- Have fun.
I used the standard sized clothespins and also, the next size down… they also make the little bity ones that are irresistible, but those not as easy to decorate.
Draw your pattern on the back of the scrapbook paper.
Cut out as many as you want to make.
Cover a clothespin with glue.
Top with paper clothespin cover, running your finger over the top to smooth and seal the paper to the clothespin.
Brush the clothespin with another coat of Mod Podge over the top.
Allow to dry 30 or more minutes.
Have a great Week Everyone!!!