Easy Crafts with Stacy Claire Boyd

by Stacy Claire Boyd Posted on September 21, 2011

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Here’s a cute little craft that is easy to do and adds a little whimsy to your fridge or memo board.

I love Japanese washi tape from cutetape.com. Simply press a strip of this fun decorative tape onto a wooden clothespin, and cut off excess tape with a small pair of scissors. Then glue a small magnet (available at craft stores) to the back of the clothespin and adorn with a little embellishment on top.

You can mix and match the patterns and colors of the tape and embellishments, and how cute do these look on the fridge! Use them to hold your favorite photos, shopping list, children’s artwork or whatever. Easy to do and oh so adorable!



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  1. BarbaraJ Says:

    I love your article and appreciate you taking the time to share your creative craft ideas.

  2. Joey Says:

    How adorable is this project. i’d love to make these to hang niece and nephews artwork up on my fridge.
    Thanks for sharing your FUN creativity!

  3. shannonr Says:

    Love these, looks like a raining chilly fall weekend here, now I know what i will be doing with my son, thanks. He will loves these to hold his school work on the fride :).

  4. AnnAbbott Says:

    Oh my gosh…these are so cute…. I just repainted a wall filled with tack holes for my kid’s art work. I put up a clothes line idea to continue to hang the art with out messing up my freshly painted wall. My clothes pins are so boring and this will idea will make them shine!

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