Here is another close up of one of the clothespin when dry. The Dimensional Magic created a beautiful hard clear coat over the paper and was the perfect finishing touch to these clothes pins! I would recommend this product to anyone! I like that you don’t have to use a brush to apply it so it leaves no brush marks. Also, you have the option to create a thickness of choice with this product without using multiple layers.
Here are my completed clothespins. I am not sure what I will use these for yet.
Let’s take a vote!
WHAT SHOULD I USE THESE FOR?
fridge magnet clips?
hang my Christmas cards along a ribbon with them?
Here are a few other great holiday clothespin crafts…
…Use ribbon and clothespins to hang your cards like they did on Beautiful Home Ideas. So clever!
Reduce, reuse & recycle! Recycle, eh the site features this great idea for a clothespin Advent Calendar! hand goodies for the kids and personalize this idea to your liking!
Well, that’s all folks! Have a great rest of your week and happy holiday crafting!
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