Clothespins are things that you always have at home and you can use to make anything and everything in a very easy and creative way. We found several DIY Ideas with Clothespins, you just prepare clothespins and include your children’s for complete fun. Choose what you like the most and get to work!!!
Vase for flowers
This holder for vase is made from tin cans by which in the form of fence are arranged clothespins. It is easy and nice.
image and instructions via shelterness.com
Dragonflies from clothespins
These cute dragonflies can be used for hanging children’s works. Let your children’s make them together with you, they will be very proud.
image and instructions via firstpalette.com
Holders for images
With the help of a little rope and clothespins you can expose your photos in an interesting way.
image via wenderful.com
A toy Pacman
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Fancy memo board
For this elegant board for which you need a frame, a bit of rope and sweet clothespins.
image and instructions via morningcreativity.com
Image with clothespin
This project will be really fun for your children. Dip the clothespins in the paint and make a seals. You will get the picture that you can very proudly hang on the wall.
image via easypeasypie.blogspot.com
Cars of clothespins and buttons
Make a car of clothespins with wheels of buttons. Be creative and you will get a whole new collection.
image via almostunschoolers.blogspot.com
Little men of clothespins and wool
You need a new doll for play? Dress your tongs with wool in the color.
image and instructions via blitsycrafts.com
Dog from clothespins
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Kissing Clothespin Couples
image via lilyshop.com
Ornament for a gift
This decoration is easier to make than a bow! You need a bit of glow, a detail that you paint of your choice and a little glue! And it looks great.
image via creaturecomfortsblog.com
Jewelry from the mechanism of clothespins
Here’s one way to take advantage of mechanisms of clothespins. From this mechanisms you can make wonderful necklaces.
image via usefuldiy.com
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