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Prim Clothes Pins Would look great in Mason Jar
one pinner wrote: This is how I store my ribbon - on clothespins and then in clear jars. Doesn't work too well if your ribbon is longer than a yard. I use pins to secure the end.
Prim Clothes Pins, primitive bowl filler
Prim Clothes Pin dolls -- could use as worry doll
..something really cute about a decorative laundry accessory...would I enjoy doing laundry if I had these ???
theres some pin floating around out there that tells you how to make colors using Kool Aid...how cheap and neat.
clothes pin doll | Red and Silver Sparkle Clothespin Doll by enchantedbelles on Etsy
.I thought this looked liked mine...from my etsy store!
Primitive Hearts and Stars bowl fillers by Countrybabiesusa,
This fun booklet makes lots of wonderful clothespin projects including a little menagerie of animals made from flat pins with google eys. They are very
Stamped Clothes Pins by Patina White~such a cute idea-would also be cute to glue magnets on the back and put on the Fridge!
painted clothespins... think these would be cute with magnets on the back for the fridge
Old cotton spools and clothes pegs to store lace or ribbon
Great way to give decorated clothes pins or magnetic clothes pins. Maybe make a few of these for quick and easy school gifts?
On frosty winter days Mom would hang out the clothes to dry with clothespins like these. Hours later she would take them in frozen so stiff they could stand on their own. They would have to thaw and finish drying in the house.
Clothespins+String Line+Photos/Flowers= Easy fun decoration