Gather as many clothespins, remove the metal springs, paint them, then glue in a circular pattern.
Remove the springs, separate them, glue them together, then form them into a semi circle over a flat base. Yay, Turkey Day!
Turn clothespins into a jewelry rack by spacing them out over a long strip of stained wood. Glue and hang.
Grab a tomato cage and a lot of clothespins to copy this amazing chandelier idea!
Use a thin board as a base, glue them together, strengthen with sisal rope, then add the mirror to the center.
Cut round clothespins and sand them, then glue them to the edge of a square mirror frame.
Paste them together to create a star formation then rope some twine around them and hang on your tree!
Turn the giant clothespins into place settings for an event by covering them in contact paper or drawing a pattern.
Spray paint giant clothespins and either drill or glue them to treated pine to hang above your office desk. Adorable!
Glue the clothespins end to end, paint them over, then add a strip of washi tape. Genius!
Try the trend and hang a string up to display pictures by clipping them on with clothespins.
Make a little fun Christmas decor out of clothespins. Separate them then glue them one by one around the TP roll. Add a bow & voila!
Create a holiday wreath by gluing some clothespins to an embroidery hoop and decorating it in the pattern of your choice.
Grab some scrap wood molding and glue the clothespins on each row of wood to create hooks that snap open for pouches.