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    Old Fashioned Clothespin Flower

    Cookgirl
    Sun Apr 22, 2012 9:41 am
    Forum Host
    Hello, Crafters. Just had to share this pretty and very easy craft.

    Inspired by a window display I spotted at a clothing boutique in town:




    To make this craft project you will need:





    -old fashioned no-roll clothespins (the flat type of clothespins and not the round type in this photo below.) You can find the no-roll kind at any craft store, etc.




    -various paint colors
    -yarn for center (or similar material such as ribbon, thin strips of scrap fabric, buttons, sequins, etc.)
    -strong glue
    -string, wire or ribbon for hanging
    -(other) glitter, etc. to glam them up a bit



    And we're off! Will post pictures of our flowers once they are completed and dried!
    Catnip46
    Thu Apr 26, 2012 9:26 pm
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    That's really neat. Love it!
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