Christmas Decorative Clothespins, with Poinsettia accent, Traditional Red and Green, Gift Toppers, Stocking Stuffers

Christmas Decorative Clothespins, with Poinsettia accent, Traditional Red and Green, Gift Toppers, Stocking Stuffers

Wood cloths pins dyed using Rite colors. Lovely. Why do we seem to prefer plastic over wood these days???

Wood cloths pins dyed using Rite colors. Why do we seem to prefer plastic over wood these days?

DIY Stained Clothespins | Hellobee

DIY Stained Popsicle Sticks with Food Coloring

DIY stained clothespin or wood: dilute food coloring in boiling water, add a few drops of vinegar to "fix" the stain, pour into container and add wood (or rub on), set until desired color develops;

how to dye clothespins / Como tingir pregadores de roupa http://burlapandblue.com/2013/05/06/how-to-dye-clothespins-a-tutorial/

how to dye clothespins {a tutorial}

How to Dye Clothespins - why stick with plain wooden clothespins when you can easily make masterful works of clothespin art? This tutorial will show you how you can quickly dye clothespins for your everyday use.

How to Dye Clothespins | eHow

How to Dye Clothespins

Add color to wood clothespins with liquid fabric dyes. Use clothespins that are clean, or the dirt will show through the dye.

How to Dye Clothespins | eHow

How to Dye Clothespins

Add color to wood clothespins with liquid fabric dyes. Use clothespins that are clean, or the dirt will show through the dye.

Dye some clothespins with fabric dye, apply some patterned paper with mod podge - maybe add a magnet for increased functionality!

Fabric dyed and decoupaged clothespins, probably not for clothes anymore incase they leech. maybe for a crafty memo board. attach post it note pad and give as a gift

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