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!
Hi creative friends! Did you realize that the clothespin could be a star of the crafting world? Prepare to be amazed by some unique clothespin crafts today!
I mean, we’ve all used them to hang laundry, but who would’ve thought they’d be a DIY dynamo? And guess what – you can snag these little wooden wonders just about anywhere.
I’m not kidding; I found a treasure trove at Target, and even my local grocery store is stocking up on them. It’s like they knew we crafters were coming.
Plus you gotta love the price. For just a few bucks, you can get yourself a whole armada of these wooden clippers. It’s like hitting the craft supply jackpot!
But here comes the million-dollar question: what on earth do you do with all these clothespins once you’ve got them?
Fear not, fellow crafters, because I’ve got you covered. Whether you’re a seasoned DIYer or a crafting newbie, whether you’re 5 or 95, there’s a clothespin craft out there with your name on it.
From whimsical creations that’ll charm the socks off the kids, to chic little masterpieces that even the most sophisticated crafter would be proud of, clothespins are your ticket to an endless world of creativity.
I’ve put together a collection of over 25 clothespin crafts that range from ‘I-can-do-this-with-my-eyes-closed’ easy to ‘still-pretty-darn-simple’ easy. You’ll be amazed at what you can create with these pint-sized powerhouses.
So, are you ready to turn these everyday objects into extraordinary crafts?
Keep scrolling to dive into a world where clothespins aren’t just for hanging clothes anymore – they’re for making art, sparking joy, and unleashing your inner crafting genius. Let the clothespin crafting extravaganza begin!
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.