Post # 1
Clothespins?!?! Yeah, clothespins.
I’m having a twine “clothesline” along one wall of our venue to hang photographs of family and friends on.
I would have been just as happy with plain wood clothespins, as we have a rustic theme and the wood would fit right in, but our colors are Lavender and Brown and the lavender has been completetly lost amongst all the browns in our decor.
So, I glued strips of cardstock onto the clothespins to add some color to our wedding!
Post # 4
Adorable! I did something like this for the Valentine Swap – I made magnets with clothespins, but I pried them apart and glued the paper on then put them back together. Some of the patterned paper ended up getting scratched by the metal coil. Your way is MUCH smarter and MUCH less complicated though!
Post # 5
@kirabee – Definitely the lazier way! Heehee. I can’t imagine doing all that you did! This was my side project to help me unwind from my serious project of sewing table runners. =D
Post # 6
That is a great idea! I might use it 🙂
Post # 7
Are you selling these by chance? My wedding is in June and our color is purple. I would love to attach some magnets to the back so they can double as favors and hold their seating placement!
Post # 8
@valeriereid87 – Sorry, I don’t have these anymore. But I do hand-stamp clothespins and sell them at my etsy store. I can always do a custom order for you of the clothespins you’d prefer. PM me, and I will tell you how to find my store to check it out!