3.15.2012

Clothes Pin Fun!

I'm sure by now you've seen a ton of clothes pin mirrors out there in blogland. They're so stinkin' cute! I actually started working on these last fall and and just completed them yesterday. 
(SHHHH... I know, it took way too long!) 

To make these you'll need: Scrapbook Paper, Mod Podge, Hot glue, Mirror, Clothes Pins, Sawtooth Hanger, E6000


1. Mod Podge the paper onto the clothes pins. 
2. Arrange them around the mirror and hot glue them to hold in place. 
3. Use your E6000 to attach the sawtooth to the mirror and hang. 


Thank you so very much for stopping by!! 

16 comments:

  1. Holly, These are really fun! I love them! I like how they add some fun pop to the room, really cute! Great job!

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  2. I love the black and one one too. It's just adorable. I'm your newest follower via The Girl Creative link party. Megan

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  3. These were worth the wait. So fresh and fun. I love the green and yellow ones.

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  4. So pretty and fun! Found you through "Brassy Apple" linky party. I'm a new follower now as well :)

    www.firsthomelovelife.com

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  5. Wow - what a great job you did!

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  6. Wow, these are so cute! Well done :)

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  7. That is adorable! Thanks so much for linking up to my newbie party. Enjoy and hope to see you again.

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  8. Visiting from Debbie Doos! Your project is amazingly creative! I love all the inspiration.

    Thanks for sharing :)

    blessings,
    karianne

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  9. So darn cute, love the black one. I love simple easy and pretty projects and this one certainly fits the bill. I like the pop they add to your wall. So pretty! Thanks for sharing you creative inspiration at Sunday's Best. PS - I am following you on Linky!

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  10. I'm stopping by from Debbie-Doo's ...

    This project turned out great! I'm really digging all the clothespin projects that have been popping up around the internet. I been mulling one over ... and now you've given me even more inspiration ...

    :)

    Linda

    www.itallstartedwithpaint.com

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  11. What size diameter was the mirror you used? Perfect for my new laundry room :)

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  12. Holly,
    You were featured over at DebbieDoo's (in case you didn't know). I love when someone I am already following gets featured somewhere, makes me think I'm on to something!

    ~Bliss~

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    1. Hi, Bliss! Thank you so much for letting me know... I had no idea! I can't find it though, do you happen to remember where you saw it?

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  13. Love this project and your blog! How cute are you?! So glad you linked up at my place! I'm a new fan!
    Melody
    One Chatty Chic

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  14. These are so cute. They would be perfect for my daughter's room. That poor girl...her room is going to eventually be a hoarding zone for my projects. lol.

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Thank you so much for your sweet comment! I can't wait to read it! :0)