Are you looking for a unique crafty thing for embellishing your decor? Grab a bunch of colorful clothespins and celebrate any occasion or a special day in full swing. Learn how you can utilize these clever clippings to bring cheer and festivity to your abode.
Rather than going for conventional wreaths, here is a quick and easy way to display the various shades of Christmas.
With loads of festivals lined up for the fall, get hold of a few white clothespins and arrange them around a wreath framework. Don’t you love the quirky witch and flower stickers on the wreath?
If you have only a handful of clothespins, then complement the decoration with cutesy greeting cards. And the best part is that you seldom have to toil hard to make the wreath.
The bundle of season’s greetings piling up inside the drawer can be showcased in a better fashion by clinging on to the dazzling red clips.
Have you some washi tape? Give a quick makeover to the plain Jane clothes pegs wrapping them in the embroidered tapes and crafting a verdant wreath for the spring.
A spring favor is on the way with a sunflower wreath blossoming on your wall.
While the firecrackers are reserved for the evening, you can deck up your home with a 4th of July-themed wreath to keep the tempo alive throughout the day.
For those obsessed with doing the laundry, here is a creative way to decorate the laundry room.
If you have a special event planned at home for the Independence Day, then cherish the freedom hanging an American Flag-style wreath up on your door.
As a creative escape from a white Christmas, add tons of green and red to your home and revel in the glory of Happy Holidays.
As the countdown begins for the New Year, you might like the idea of turning the clothespin wreath into an adorable advent calendar.
Not just the red, white, and blue clothespins, but also the petite white stars shining at one side of wreath spelling a mystical magic.
You can either call it a tea bag wreath or a clothespin wreath as it surely glorifies the interior beauty.
The crisp winds of the autumn bring with it myriad reasons to enjoy the season till you ring in the New Year.
How about showing your love to someone special with a heart-shaped wreath? Undoubtedly, it’s going to be an overdose of cuteness.
All you need to do is clip the pins to the frame to represent a unique form of art without putting much effort.
The spooky season is here, and the best decoration investment is a Halloween wreath. Follow the link to know what ordinary clothespins can do.
The trick here is to arrange the orange, pink, and brown pins in the pattern shown below and glue a mischievous turkey to the wreath.
The washi tape-wrapped clips and the little bunny and egg stickers look fabulous on the wreath. Now you can stop worrying about your Easter’s decoration.
Beautify your abode for a particular occasion or just adorn the walls with something unique with a colorful clothespin wreath. Hope you are going to have a gala time playing with the clips.