Just because something is utilitarian doesnâ€™t mean it canâ€™t be pretty too. These clips are made with that in mind. They are simple to put together and can be used for any number of things (I would love to hear how you use yours). Here are a few ideas for using these DIY easy kidsâ€™ craft decorated clothespins:
Chip clipBookmarkKeep papers togetherAttach a name card to a glass or dish for a
custom table place settingMake into a wreath (more on this to come)Hang photos on a string or elsewherePlant markerJust to make something look prettyAttach mail to your carâ€™s visorHold your earphone wires when not in use
SUPPLIES FROM THE BAG
ClothespinsWashi tape (colors and patterns of choice)ScissorsElmer's glueSmall pompoms (all one color or matching the washi tape chosen)Paper plate (optional)
Cover clothespins with washi tapeTrim off the excess tape around the edges of the clothespin
For little ones, step...
So glad you have joined us in our crafty little neck of the woods. It’s my job to make your job easier by providing creative ideas for you to make with your kids. Crafting together is so much more than just another thing on the “to do” list. You will be amazed at all of the benefits you receive from the simple act of making things together. No more excuses. Fill your bag and craft along!
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