Tuesday Tutorial: Christmas Clothespin Magnets

An easy and cute way to display your kid’s artwork or those Christmas cards rolling in is to make some clothes pin magnets!

Very easy to do!



Mod Podge


Christmas Scrap Paper

Brush  and  Glue


1. Glue magnets on one side of clothespins. I used hot glue.

2. On the other side, brush on a light coat of Mod Podge and place your scrapbook paper on top.

3. Trim your paper close to the clothespins. I don’t trim it first because I never get it quite right….so I just do it after and it ends up perfect!

4. Brush on a light coat of Mod Podge on the top. Let dry.

5. Hang them up!

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17 Responses to Tuesday Tutorial: Christmas Clothespin Magnets

  1. Jaime says:

    love mine friend!

  2. I love these – great choice on the stripys!

  3. Jessica O'Connell says:

    Seriously if I had TONS of money I would just hire you to come make my house and classroom look CUTE!!

  4. Patty says:

    These are too cute! Thanks for the tutorial!

  5. carol says:

    Great idea!

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  8. Becky says:

    Cute and easy, thanks for linking up!

  9. These would be really cute in your display board, too. Great kids craft.

    Liz @ the Brambleberry Cottage

  10. Nan says:

    Cute idea, thanks for the tut, Nan

  11. heather says:

    so simple and cute. love it!

  12. haley davis says:

    I soooo need to make some of these!! Yours are fabulous!

  13. very fun! I’m planning on displaying our christmas cards hung on a garland on our banister with clothes pins – this would make a fun and festive finishing touch to that project!

  14. Kelly says:

    Love these! I tried using ribbon on mine, and it didn’t stick with the mod podge. I ended up having to use hot glue. Scrap book paper sounds a lot easier!

  15. Kara says:

    Very cute! Love the ones with the candy cane stripes!

  16. Az. Small Business Network says:

    Yeah!!! Another wordpress blog on a blog hop, I am so excited, all I ever run accross is blogspot or blogger. I love wordpress myself and your clothespins are GREAT too. I hopped my over from My Backyard Eden, and look forward to hopping into you again soon.


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