Fabric Covered Clothespins

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Today, I’m linking up with Dandelion House, Petals to Picots, Chubby Cheeks Thinks, Finding Fabulous, 504 Main, Thirsty World Designs and Serenity Now.

I first saw clothespins covered in fabric in a craft shop in Toronto about a million years ago. I loved them right away but didn’t buy them because I had no idea what I’d do with them. It wasn’t long after that I was hanging up a masterpiece made by one of the littles with a horribly plain clothespin on a string in the play room. That was the first thing I decided I needed them for. I ended up painting some wooden clothespins to use for this.

Then a couple of years ago, I came across Martha’s Mitten Clips, they’re super cute to attach to packages. I think it’s especially sweet to make them in a cold climate and send them to friends and family in warmer places (which is the opposite of what we’ve got going on right now….).

Then I came across this tutorial on Creature Comforts and I knew I had to try! They took maybe 10 minutes and I adore them. Next up of course will be glittered clothespins, clothespins with cute flowers and pom poms and stuff glued to them. I’m far too into this, I know. But so cute – look!

All I did was cut a strip of double sided tape for both sides of each clothepin, then cut fabric the same size and then pressed the fabric to the tape! Voila!

Fabric Covered Clothespins
Fabric Covered Clothespins
Fabric Covered Clothespins
Fabric Covered Clothespins
3 Comments

3 Comments

  1. Jennifer  •  Jan 11, 2013 @9:54 pm

    These are totally cute! Thanks for commenting on my tofu post!

    Aw thanks! And I really do love that tofu, it’s the only kind I buy now!

  2. daisy  •  Jan 12, 2013 @5:46 am

    Aren’t those adorable!

    Thanks! They’re super easy!

  3. Natalie  •  Jan 12, 2013 @9:10 pm

    So adorable!

    Thank you!

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