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DeeDee
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Clothespin Christmas Tree


Come on over to our blog and see how I made a new little decoration for our laundry room. You'll need some clothespins, an empty paper towel roll and a glue gun to make your own. Please see original idea here: http://www.hometalk.com/2732922/clothespin-christmas-tree
This little tree started out with an empty paper towel roll and ended up looking so adorable!
This little tree started out with an empty paper towel roll and ended up looking so adorable!
Starting at the bottom of the roll, you add your pins one by one using your glue gun.
Starting at the bottom of the roll, you add your pins one by one using your glue gun.
Fill in bare spots with Spanish moss if you'd like and then add the springs as ornaments.
Fill in bare spots with Spanish moss if you'd like and then add the springs as ornaments.
One sweet little decoration for you laundry room!
One sweet little decoration for you laundry room!
DeeDee

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  • 153091
    on Jun 16, 2017

    Thanks for sharing. Really are fun to create! When I make them to sell, Bear Mtn Home Decor...... I "rust" the springs for a rustic country look.

  • Kim Bailey Michon
    on Jun 21, 2017

    Love this idea and started working on one today! It truly is time consuming and sometimes the pins don't want to stay so I add more glue to the tube! I think I should of spaced the rows out more but, to late for that now its how the clothes pin lay. Might have to spray paint it. Use a empty decom mesh tube which is VERY sturdy. Thanks for sharing!!!

    • DeeDee
      on Jun 21, 2017

      You're very welcome and good luck with yours!

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