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Superb Snowflake Clothespin Craft

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Superb Snowflake Clothespin Craft
Superb Snowflake Clothespin Craft
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Give your Christmas tree the gift of snow with this Superb Snowflake Clothespin Craft. This DIY ornament is a holiday staple. It's quick, easy, and fun to make, and it's a great activity for the whole family to enjoy. Your kids will love painting and personalizing their own snowflakes. Like real snowflakes, each clothespin craft's design is unique, and each one of you will enjoy the many clever ideas you can conjure with this basic technique. Once you fill up the tree, you can take these decorations outside! 

Time to CompleteIn an evening


Materials List

  • 8 clothespins
  • Hot glue
  • Ribbon or twine
  • Glitter, paint, or other embellishments
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I would love to paint these and add glitter to them as well. I think the way that it is shown is kind of a little bit blah. Go ahead and embellish them to your heart's content. If you are good with free-hand painting then imagine your snowflakes with swirls of colors up and down the length of the pins. If I paint mine white, I would chose a pretty irridescent blue to accent it with. I'd trace over my design with a glue pen, then I'd shake white, pearl, or blue glitter over it and shake off the excess.

I think this just moved into next place in my list of projects to do with the grand kids. It's easy, frugal and something they can't get hurt doing. I have all kinds of things they can add to decorate them with. This will be fun.thanks for sharing it.


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