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DIY: The food coloring pins {yellow, orange, and red} were made by mixing water and vinegar and food coloring in a pot. I then poured the warm mixture over the clothes pins that were laid out on various bowls. Make sure they're completely submerged.

Dying Clothespins. 2 cups hot water, 2 caps of dye. Stir with chop sticks. Let sit for 5mins? Remove to styrofoam plate

Rit dyed clothes pins -- This is such an easy way to color them! Great idea for adding a punch of color to clothes pins on clip-it behavior charts.

DIY - Dyed Clothespins - RIT Dye Tutorial.. For color coded organizing in the home. I say.. YES!

Use wood and clothes pins as a christmas tree DIY - Dyed Clothespins - RIT Dye Tutorial. For color coded organizing in the home. YES!

Tu hijo entenderá otro uso más de los clips!! pruébalo!

Paper Clip Stands - bring art work to life. - Make book characters for story retelling. This would be great for my Sunday School class.

perritos de colores

cover clothes pins with glitter, put a magnet on the back, and you have an instant way to display things on a board.Mod Podge over the top of the glitter and it won't "shed" everywhere GLITTER CLOTHES PINS!

Boil with tea bags (roughly 15 tea bags per 50 clothespins) for 30 minutes or so, then cool in the pot for at least a couple hours.  Drain the liquid, then lay out single file on an absorbent cloth until dry (about 3 hours).

Giving New Clothes Pins a Vintage Makeover. it Works on ANY WOOD! {Vintage News Junkie}-tea bags

For an art table, glue pails onto a lazy susan. | 29 Clever Organization Hacks For Elementary School Teachers

29 Clever Organization Hacks For Elementary School Teachers

Add a collection of colorful and inexpensive pails from the dollar store to the top of a lazy susan and you've got a fun craft supply organizer for the top of your kids craft table.

FREE Supply Labels

Free Flipped Signs! (more supplies...)

You can have a classroom job as a, "Pencil Sharpener," and all the pencils are already segregated. Free PDF Labels too.

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