Sunday, November 18, 2012

Being crafty :: Glitter clothespins.

Yay!  I followed through with my Christmas decorating DIYs!  I'm almost done with the final project, but I figured I'd show you part one.


Don't pretend like you don't love these & won't use them for a plethora of other projects around your house following the holiday season!  This project is so easy.  There are plenty of tutorials on Pinterest, but I used this one as a template.


I used Martha Stewart glitter, the fine kind.  I prefer the glitter fine, but you can compare to these DIY clothespins that use thicker glitter.  The process is amazingly simple from here.

  • Step 1: Dip your brush in the Mod Podge.  You don't need too much. 
  • Step 2: Swipe a thin layer over one side of the clothespin.
  • Step 3: Sprinkle glitter over your clothespin (I did that over the plate to catch the extra glitter). Knock off the extra glitter.
  • Step 4: Set on non-glittered side to dry!
I did a combo of big and little clothespins.  I glittered my big clothespins first, so I actually just "dipped" my mini pins in the excess glitter in an effort not to waste any of my precious substance.



So easy!  I can't wait to show you all the complete finished decorations adorning my clothespins!

12 comments:

GirlieBlogger@Beauty Fashion Blog Seattle said...

I like these. And super easy too.
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Sarah Pete said...

Ooh, those are cute!! Excited to see your other projects!

YUMMommy said...

How cute! Nothing like easy DIY projects. Can't wait to see the completed project.

Leesh said...

I love glitter! Cute DIY project.

Alex said...

Eeeee is this the project you emailed about?! It turned out AWESOME!! Love love love me some gliter :)

Kim @ wanderlustee.com said...

Love these!! Want to do this fora Christmas bunting to hang! I think I'll get crafty over thanksgiving! :)

Treasure Tromp said...

looks great!

Bethany said...

Cute! I like that fine glitter - may have to get some. I love quick and easy crafts!

Niki Caron said...

I love glitter anything - and these are fabulous!!! I'm going to try and make some for our Christmas decorations!

Britta Marie said...

what a great idea! i'm already thinking up some cutesy ideas i can use these for :)

Miz.November said...

GLITTER!!!!! Yay! They look so pretty.

The Adventurer said...

Yep - making these. Because, in case you didn't know, I LOVE GLITTER.

SO much.

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