Clothespins are a cheap and easy-to-find DIY supply – so use them to make one of these 20+ great clothespin crafts. Tons of fun ideas!
I never realized that clothespins were so readily available. Did you know that you can get them at Target – and even the grocery store? Yes, my Kroger has them! And the budget friendly wood ones, too, that are perfect for clothespin crafts.
In addition to their availability, the price is also right at about $3 – $5 for a . . . boatload. As far as I’m concerned, this makes them the perfect craft supply! But once you buy clothespins them, what do you do?
It’s hard to figure out exactly what craft idea to make without some guidance. I’m excited to provide some for you! If you’re looking for a craft for kids, I feel like most of these ideas are good for either children or adults.
I’ve got over 20 clothespin crafts listed below, with projects ranging from super easy to easy. You won’t believe everything you can make with these fun little wooden clips. Keep on reading to learn more.
Here's a collection of over 20 fun and easy clothespin craft ideas to get you started. You'll be surprised at how awesome clothespins can look! Just scroll down to see all of the ideas.
Embellish an accent table with decorative trim made from old-fashioned wooden clothespins. Arrange them around the table edge, using a dab of wood glue and a pneumatic pin nailer to attach them (these cost about $100 to buy and $20 to rent for a half day). When dry, spray the table with primer and paint.
It’s never to early to start on Christmas projects especially since these reindeer clothespin ornaments only take 15 minutes to make. Who can resist mini reindeer? You can use them as gift toppers too.