Red Glitter Clothespins Tutorial

Over the years we’ve discovered that you can never have too many clothespins in the house: for drying laundry on the line, for pinning up photos, for hanging artwork, for closing chip bags in the pantry.

DIY Silver Glittery Clothespins

And glittery clothespins?! Well, the girls in this house love how fun they are. The three year old especially is all about the sparkle.

So we decided to make a red version of the silver glitter clothespins we made last winter.

DIY Red Glitter Clothespins

We spread plain Elmer’s glue on one side of the clothespins, and then sprinkled red glitter over the top.

DIY Red Glitter Clothespins

After letting them dry for a few hours, we covered the glitter with glossy Mod Podge to seal the glitter on.

DIY Red Glitter Clothespins

The Mod Podge took away a little of the shine, but at least we don’t have glitter all over the house.

DIY Red Glitter Clothespins

Here they are: our red, glittery clothespins, perfect for the holidays or simply to add some more sparkle to a little girl’s room.

4 Comment

  1. Alice says:

    so festive!

    1. Carrie says:

      YES! I wanted to something Christmas-y with them, but our daughter insisted they go in her room. That means I get to use the silver ones we made last year. EVEN BETTER!

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