DIY: Designer wooden clothespins

 
a while ago, i promised to share how i made these cute clothespins for my sister’s baby shower for favors here. well, with this crazy pregnancy and all the last minute work i had to get done….i never did. so now i am.

 
they are very easy to make…and inexpensive. i use them for all sorts of things: bag clips, paper clips, holding gift cards on gift bags, or i put a magnet on them to hold stuff on the fridge.
 
supplies needed:
scrapbook paper
wooden clothespins (i got them at Walmart by the ironing boards)
Semi-gloss Varnish/Sealer
– like Anita’s Water Clean-Up Polyurethane or Mod Podge
paper cutter
paint brush
 
directions:
trace or measure clothespin and cut scrapbook paper to fit onto clothespin.
brush varnish onto clothespin, then place paper over it.
finish off with 1-2 more layers of varnish to seal and protect the paper.
when dry, repeat on opposite side of clothespin.
if you want, glue a magnet or thumbtack to the back.
 
whala! you now have cute clothespins.
 

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  1. They are fab!

  2. Very cute!!

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