Clothespins are such useful little things! You can hang your clothes to dry with them or they can hold a bag of potato chips closed. Here are some creative ways to repurpose and upcycle ordinary clothespins!
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If you don’t already have some, clothespins can be found at the dollar store, the big box stores, grocery stores and just about anywhere!
The Frugal Homemaker made this adorable wreath out of clothespins!
I love, love, love this mirror made with red plastic clothespins from Ikea by Little Green Notebook
Young House Love made a cute chandelier for the laundry room with clothespins!
This clothespin planter is so easy to make! Check out the tutorial at Family Chick
Then there’s this cute clothespin photo holder in my favorite color by My Domestic Domain
This clothespin Menorah is a creative idea via Green Prophet
You can use clothespins as plant markers like these from Eat Drink Better
How about a storage shelf with big clothespins via Country Living
Of course they make cute magnets and clips and there are all kinds of Christmas ornaments that you can make out of them as well, like this Snowflake Ornament by Stephanie Lynn
Hope you found some inspiration for taking something you may have at home and making something totally different with it!