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Make Clothespin Art Prints

30 March 2012 4,691 views 4 Comments

by rhonda

When Kim from Easy Peasy Pie got done reorganizing her laundry room, she noticed a big, blank space on the wall.  It was the perfect place to put some inspirational art!  She used actual clothespins dipped in paint to create a stamped pattern, using both standard clothespin and an extra-large version that she found at Target's Dollar Spot.  Doesn't it look like something you might see in a West Elm or Pottery Barn catalog?  [how to make clothespin art prints]

Project estimate:

  • Canvas or other paintable surface, on hand or $1 and up
  • Clothespins, on hand or $1
  • Jumbo clothespin, $1
  • Paint, on hand

Total: $1 and up

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4 Comments »

  • Jen@Creative and Curious Kids! said:

    Love it!! Too bad my laundry room in is my messy basement.

    Jen

  • Care said:

    I am IN. LOVE. What a fantastic idea!!!

  • Amy said:

    This is AMAZING. The idea is brilliant and the execution looks so professional. It’s hard to tell this a DIY project. I love it!

    amy @ whilewearingheels.blogspot.com

  • Ruby Murray said:

    Love this what a great idea for wall art, so simple but super cute.

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