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How To {Clothes Pin Magnets}

By Thedreamery


With some free time now that work has slowed down a bit, I decided it was time to freshen up the little things in my life. My craft to do list has begun to pile up, and it’s time I conquer and declare it Makeover May.

I had these pretty floral clothes pins left over from a table inspiration photo shoot I did over a year ago, knowing I would find some use for them. I’ve also been saving the magnets that have fallen off our bag clips, well like I said before, because I thought I could get some use out of them. Sure enough I happened to be cleaning and saw these pins and magnets laying on my desk, all I needed was a hot glue gun. An unintentional solution to our problem of never having refrigerator magnets to hold up pictures and my reminder to go to the farmer’s market at Maynard Saturday mornings. Such an easy transformation to something that was just using up space, now it’s actually serving a purpose.

You’ll Need:

  • Clothes Pins {I do like this rustic set very much}
  • Magnets {seen here or here}
  • Hot Glue gun

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This how to is so simple, all you have to do is place a strip of glue onto the non-magnetic side of the magnet and then attach it to the clothes pin. Let it dry for a few minutes, then they’re ready to add a touch of spring on your refrigerator.

How To {Clothes Pin Magnets}

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