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    I had some clothespins, some crayon wrappers, and lots of coloring pages. This project is actually a great mommy and me craft, the kids can color the decorations while you do the harder parts. This idea was a little slow coming. I knew immediately that I wanted to decoupage the crayon wrappers to th...
    April 2, 2010

    crayon wrappers modge podged onto clothespins. How cute would this be for hall displays at school.

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    • Connie Maestas Adams

      crayon wrappers modge podged onto clothespins. Cute way to hang artwork. "so cute had to pin for some of mt mommy follows"

    • Terri Watson

      crayon wrappers modge podged onto clothespins. Cute way to hang artwork or use for clip chart pins....:-)

    • Heather Faulstich- Korporal

      crayon wrappers modge podged onto clothespins. Add a magnet and it makes for a cute way to hang artwork on the fridge or hang a string across their bedroom wall and hang their artwork up on the strings with these clothes pins kye will love them

    • Emily Carter

      crayon wrappers modge podged onto clothespins. Cute way to hang artwork @Lauren Davison Rae how much do you loveeee this?!

    • Emily Simons

      crayon wrappers modge podged onto clothespins. Cute way to hang artwork @Lisa Zatezalo modge podge!

    • Bethany Farris

      crayon papers mod podge to clothespins... too cute!!

    • Cindy Parks

      Crayon Clothespin Art Center

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