How to Make a Clothespin Wreath
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My daughter and I have unintentionally started a tradition of making a new wreath for our front door every couple of months. With Christmas coming, she has had a serious itch to make one for the month of December. We decided to give a Clothespin Wreath a try and I am loving the results. I love that we can reuse these clothespins for future wreath ideas and can even add more color options on the opposite sides. This is one of our creations that leaves me proud to say, “I’m a little Crafty!”
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Clothespin Wreath Instructions
What You Need:
- Clothespins – I used just over 50
- Scotch® Expressions Tapes – there are a variety of colors to chose from
- Ribbon the width of the clothespins
- Additional scrapbook paper in desired colors/patterns
- Scotch® Create Super Glue
- Wreath form or cardboard form
- Decorative ribbon to hang or to decorate the top of the wreath with
Step 1: Gather all your supplies needed. Most of the supplies needed, like the Scotch® Expressions Tape, Scotch® Create Super Glue and scrapbook paper were found in the scrapbooking aisle at Walmart. Everything else was found in the craft/art isles and the laundry aisle (the clothespins) or through my links above if you don’t want to go to the store.
Step 2: Cover the top of each clothespin with your desired paper/ribbon/Scotch® Expressions Tape. I used the Scotch® Create Super Glue to attach the ribbon and scrapbook paper to each clothespin. My daughter picked the colors, so we have a lot of glitter and bright colors. I love how the yellow meshes so well!
Step 3: When you have covered the desired number of clothespins, it is time to create the wreath by attaching them to the wreath frame of choice. Note: We created 6 of each color/pattern and a few extra towards the end as needed to fill the space.
I absolutely love how it turned out!
What is your favorite homemade wreath creation?
Please share (or link to it) in the comments below. I would love to see them!