Turn Clothespins Into Snowflake Ornaments For Your Christmas Tree
In a few easy steps, turn wooden clothespins into beautiful snowflake ornaments.
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Gather your materials.
This project requires very few materials, but you will be stunned by how beautiful the results are. This ornament will seriously give store-bought snowflakes a run for their money.
Clothespins are already a big crafting staple: they can hold things together in a super cute way and give any project a bit of a rustic twist.
In this case, they can also be glued together to create little snowflakes that look perfect hanging all over a Christmas tree.
Gently separate clothespins and remove metal clip.
I used six clothespins to make a medium-sized snowflake, though you can make it as big or as small as you like, depending on the look you enjoy best.
Paint the clothespins with white acrylic paint.
Arrange the pieces in a snowflake shape, shown below.
Grab your glue gun.
Glue the painted pieces together, as shown.
Glue the ends of the conjoined clothespin pieces.
Finish sticking the ends together until the snowflake shape forms. This part only takes a few minutes.
Attach ribbon or twine to the back of the ornaments.
Hang and enjoy your beautiful homemade creation! You will definitely want to make an ornament for everyone on your list, along with 10 more for yourself!
Every year, no matter how many ornaments are already on the tree, it always seems like you can squeeze on a few more, whether you buy them or make them.
And now that the holidays are in full swing, we bet that you are busy getting your home nice and festive for the season.
For me, one of the most fun parts of the holidays is getting to decorate the Christmas tree with ornaments. And being a huge fan of DIY projects, I love scoping out all of the cool and creative ways that people decorate for the holidays.
There are plenty of easy DIY holiday projects that don't require you to shell out big bucks for fancy materials, as this simple holiday craft proves.
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