Bowl Fillers

Heather | mysweetkyhome
by Heather | mysweetkyhome
2 Materials
10 Minutes

Hi Hometalk, this short and easy project is so fun! With minimal time and materials these easy to make clothes pin bowl fillers make the perfect go to for an extra farmhouse touch!

These super cute and easy bowl fillers are taking Instagram by storm! Stay tuned to see how quick and easy this DIY really is!

I started by pulling just enough twine through the clothes pin and securing the end in place by clamping in between the pin.

Simple roll the twine around the pin until you get your desired coverage! I chose to completely cover the metal clasp and add more twine for a fuller look.

When you cut your twine loose from the roll, be sure to leave just enough to make a knot with the existing twine u had secured in the end of the pin.

Secure with a knot and trim the excess twine for a clean look. (Something to keep in mind is that you can really use any color, or type of string!)

That’s it! You are all set! Simply style them how you'd like, and enjoy! :)

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  • Jan Jan on Aug 12, 2019

    Bowl fillers!!!!???? twine wrapped around clothes pins!!!!?????

  • Lane Faith Bramblett Lane Faith Bramblett on Aug 31, 2019

    Do you use them for anything, or are they strictly for decoration?

  • Northsister Northsister on Dec 07, 2021

    What do you use these for??

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  • Wendy Wendy on May 02, 2019

    These are a sweet way to add some rustic charm to your home!

    • Heather | mysweetkyhome Heather | mysweetkyhome on May 02, 2019

      I couldn’t agree with you more!! I have them everywhere! U can also place them in a mason jar in the laundry room :)