French Bling - Wood Clothespins

This craft can be addictive. lol


Happy Crafting!
xo,Dee

12 comments:

cindy said...

This is my first visit to your blog. I love the cloths pins. How did you come up with this idea?

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artbywendy said...

I love this idea! How cute!:)

Debbiedoo's blogging and blabbing said...

I wanted to do something like these last year...i am going to try this year, I think they are great on the Christmas tree too, to hang tags or whatever you craft for the tree.

Karen said...

Love these, I can see why they're addictive.

stefanie said...

soooo cute!

laurie said...

I also see why these are addictive,, really cute,

nádya said...

Hey Dee!!! I loved those clothespins - you can use them in many ways - so cute and creative!!!
Nádya

Tam said...

these are so cute, I wish they were primitive, maybe next time I love this idea

Tam said...

these are so cute, I wish they were primitive, maybe next time I love this idea

Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions said...

I made some of these a couple of years ago, Dee, and added magnet strips to the back. They make great Christmas stocking stuffers and, if I remember right, they fit great inside an Altoid tin. Love the designs you used!

Rhissanna said...

Clothes pegs are addictive and useful! I use mine to add to gifts. I usually stick wooden bunnies on them. You'd understand that, right?

I like the idea Kathy has about then fitting into an Altoid tin. Now that's a cool gift in itself!

Karen Mary Butterfly said...

Love these! I want to try them. Never thought of taking the clothespin apart...didn't think it would be easy to put back together again. Very cool.

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