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Snowflake Clothespin Craft

By: Heidi from
Snowflake Clothespin Craft
Snowflake Clothespin Craft
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Let it snow recycled crafts this season when you check out this adorable DIY ornament. The Snowflake Clothespin Craft tutorial shows you how to take clothespins (old or new) into one charming ornament. This rustic Christmas craft looks too cute hanging on your tree and would look even better attached to gifts this season. Add a little something extra to this project by adding mod podge ideas or other details. Easily customizable and taking under an hour to create, make a handful of these homemade ornament crafts to add lots of flair to your tree. 

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Primary TechniqueDIY Craft



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What fun! Dip these in white glue or modge podge and then glitter for some sparkle! You could even add some streamer ribbon to the ends of each point to make it a 'shooting star' , especially pretty with metallic or tinsel as the streamers. Leave plain and it makes a really cute trivet or coaster! You can even use the tiny clothes pins for mini stars or snowflakes, and for the coaster size. Great to make with kids!


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