Not Your Average Clothes Pin 2

Very similar to "Not Your Average Clothes Pin" but with a little Modge Podge and fabric twist! This is a really simple and quick project to re-purpose and re-style your average clothespin ... making it oh so functionally cute!

Not Your Average Clothespin 2

Supplies

Clothespins
Fabric Strips
Modge Podge
Scissors
Glue
Decorative Embellishment
Push Pin or Magnet

Oh so "functionally cute"!

Gather your supplies and set aside about 10 minutes of your time ...

Cut fabric to the width of your clothespin ...
(oh my goodness ... I need to do my nails before my next "hand photo"!)

I used my rotary cutter but you can use scissors too ...

Cut fabric to the length of your clothespins ...

Modge Podge one side of your clothespin. I used Fabric Modge Podge but any Modge Podge will work nicely ...

Lay your fabric onto the modge-podged clothespin, rub down with your finger, and then apply another layer of Modge Podge over the fabric ...

Glue your embellishment of choice at the top of the clothespin ...

Pick your backing. I chose the magnet for this project ...

Glue to the back ...

... and now you have a very "functionally cute" fabric covered clothespin!

Like the fabric-covered magnets? See the tutorial {here}.

10 comments:

  1. Very cute and useful, too. That's the kind of crafts that are super. thanks, Linda

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  2. Quick & Easy...that's for me! I've seen these a lot, but this is the first time telling us how to do it step by step! Thanks! ~I came from Not Just A Housewife~

    http://alilbitofthis-alilbitofthat.blogspot.com

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  3. OK, so you have a darling blog! I'm 'following' & grabbing your button! ;)

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  4. Such a cute idea! You definitely have a knack for this blog stuff!

    Thanks ENDLESSLY for the awesome sidebar feature! :) I am grinning ear to ear!

    xoxo,
    Jen

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  5. I love these! They would make great teacher's gifts! I would love for you to stop by and link up to my Ten Buck Tuesday link party!

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  6. "Functionally cute." I love it. ;) The little apple just makes the whole thing perfect. Great project. Thanks for sharing. :)

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  7. These are precious. So cute.

    Ruth

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  8. I am so glad you came across my blog too!
    I actually sent you an email this morning telling you I was feturing you but I had computer trouble all day. I think you'll get more traffic & I know people who enter my Blog Hops (MON & Wed) see more traffic to their sites as well. Nice to meet ya new friend!
    Barb
    P.S. I try & see Christmas in everything all yr round. I love that spirit!!! So glad you are a Christmas type too. I'm finding there are more of us around than you would think. Take Care & Have a great weekend ahead.

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  9. Those are some seriously cute clothespins!

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  10. What was the fabric that you used for this project? It's a perfect match for my kitchen decor!

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