Are you ready for another crafty idea? Here is something that your kids will love- clothespin crafts.
I don’t know about your kids, but my little one loves to play with a clothespin.
He really enjoys stacking them under the sofa. So, these creative crafts will change the game!
Get some wooden clothespins and enjoy the crafty day with your little artists. The results are going to be gorgeous!
Find more inspiration on our dedicated Pinterest board.
#1 – Clothespin Snowflakes
Make your kids very happy and let them add some DIY decoration to your Christmas tree. These beautiful clothespin snowflakes could find a place on the Christmas door wreath or to decor the festive dinner table with.
#2 – Clothespin Foosball Table
The perfect game for boys and the perfect time for you to enjoy some peaceful time and rest on the sofa.
#3 – Clothespin Batman
Keep this idea for the next Halloween.
#4 – Clothespin Birds
Little cute wooden hummingbirds. Ideal for spring decoration or just to make your kids open their imagination.
#5 – Clothespin Reindeer
Dasher, Dancer, Prancer, Vixen, Comet, Cupid, Donder, and Rudolph of course. Create Santa’s reindeers by clothespins to raise the Christmas spirit at your home.
#6 – Clothespin Mouse
Use some plastic bottle cups for mouse ears, google eyes and your little mouse are ready to play.
#7 – Easter Clothespin Eggs
All kids love to play a peekaboo game. With these colorful Easter eggs, the fun will be double.
#8 – Clothespin Bunnies
Easter bunny is here. Easy and cute Easter craft for your kids.
#9 – Clothespin Butterflies
#10 – Clothespin Monsters
Are you a fan of Monsters, Inc? Mike Wazowski, Sulley, or Randall Boggs.
#11 – Clothespin Mermaids
Clothespin mermaids in different hair colors. Ariel and her friends made with wooden clothespins and thread.
#12 – Clothespin Angels
Adorable clothespin angels are bringing love and peace. Use these crafts for Christmas decoration in your home.
#13 – Clothespin Grasshopper
This little grasshopper could find a place in any of your green plants pots.
#14 – Clothespin Tutu Butterfly
Gorgeous butterfly made by clothespin and tutu cloth. Airly and light just like a real butterfly.
#15 – Clothespin Airplanes
Fly high in the sky little clothespin airplane.
#16 – Clothespin Cars
Be ready for the new super race- Clothespin Formula 1.
#17 – Clothespin Dragonfly
Dragonflies are often considered a sign of good luck. Craft your lucky insects from clothespin and piece of chiffon.
#18- Clothespin Dancing Dolls
Flamenco, rumba and cha- cha. Get into the rythm and craft beautiful clothespin dancers.
#19 – Clothespin Safari
Make your kids a safari trip with these great clothespin animals. Lion, elephant, or zebra, the kids would love to learn more about these animals.
#20 – Clothespin Caterpillar
Bright- colored clothespin caterpillar made with soft pom poms.
#21 – Clothespin Nutcrackers
Want to try something a little more advanced? These super adorable nutcrackers look like they came straight out of a toy store and all you need to make them is round clothespins and a bit of pain.
#22- Clothespin Mummies
Looking for a Helloween DIY project? Here is an idea for cute mummies made by clothespin and yarn.
Cute little Tinkerbell will make your little girls happy. Let them express their creativity and design skills making sparkling wings and beautiful green dress.
#24- Clothespin Snowy Owls
A symbol of wisdom and vigilance, these night birds could be met in many mythologies and legends.
#25- Clothespin Dolls
Let your little designers express their sense of style and fashion.
#26- Clothespin Snakes
Colorful and even sweet snakes. With dots or with strioes, there are so many variations.
#27- Clothespin Christmas Tree
Easy Christmas tree craft with clothespin, a few buttons and green piece of cloth. Sing Christmas carols while crafting your festive decoration.
#28- Clothespin Goldfish
Are you ready to make a wish? The clothespin goldfish could make it happen!
#29- Clothespin Fox
Cunning, fluffy fox for funny games made by clothespins.
#30- Clothespin Apple Tree
Sweet apple trees made by clothespin and a bit of immagination.