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Christmas Clothespin Wreath Ideas

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Transform Clothespins into a Holiday Wreath.

Make a festive wreath from clothes pins to hold your Christmas cards. You can purchase a bag of pegs from your local dollar store and other supplies such as washi tape and decorative ribbon. Use a wreath form as your base or make your own with wire. You can create Christmas characters, such as , The Grinch, Santa or an adorable snowman. What's great about this fun craft is that it's kid friendly and you can even make them to give out as gifts.

Grinch Clothespin Pizza Pan Wreath

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Grinch Clothespin Pizza Pan Wreath

To make this beloved Dr Seuss character, you'll need a pizza pan, clothespins glue, Red and Green spray pain a Santa hat and a Green feather boa. Spray paint your pizza pan green and then spray paint your clothespins with green and red spray paint. Paint your Grinch onto the pan and then glue on your Santa hat with some green feather boa. Arrange your pins as shown in the image and then hang in a spot you like.

Red White and Green

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Red White and Green

Make a multi patterned clothes in wreath with the use of paint and wash tape. Apply the decorative Washi Tape to the clothespins and paint the others in Red White and Green. String the clothespins onto wire and adorn with festive decorations such as candy canes.

Sparkling Silver

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Sparkling Silver

The festive season really is the time to add sparkle to everything. If you don't want to go over the top - add a touch of magic to your wreath by painting a select amount of clothes pins with silver glitter. These can then be set against green and red painted pegs. Finish with a sparkly silver bow.

Shades of Green

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Shades of Green

Make this using a wooden wreath form which can be purchased at a craft store and then paint half the clothes pins in a light shade of green and the other half in a darker shade. Once dry arrange the pins so they are displayed in alternate tones.

Santa's Coat

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Santa's Coat

For a very cute wreath, take inspiration from Santa's Coat. You can use wire and paint your pegs with red paint. Make the black belt from ribbon and form a buckle with rhinestones. You can add the words "Ho Ho Ho" to make it even more cheerful looking.

Glitter Clothespin Wreath

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Glitter Clothespin Wreath

Adorn your wreath with red, green and white glitter pegs. This is a real show stopper and kids will love helping to make this twinkling creation. Make sure to put newspaper down so that it is easy to clean the glitter up afterwards - as it can tend to go everywhere!

Jolly Bells

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Jolly Bells

Make a wreath in traditional festive colors of red and green and then adorn it with snowflake decorations. In the center you can place a set of bells to bring the look together.

Snowman wreath

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Snowman Wreath

Adding a snowman decoration to your wreath will really help to set it apart. You can make your own using glitter card stock or purchase one you like at your local craft store. You could also make a snowman from old socks to add more dimension to your wreath.

Sealed with a Bow

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Sealed with a Bow

Buffalo check is very popular to decorate with over the holiday season and it's easy to see why. If you want to add some farmhouse chic to your wreath, then make your own bow with buffalo check and burlap.

Jack Skellington Wreath

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Jack Skellington Wreath

Make this classy black and white wreath by painting clothes pins black and white and pinning them in a ring shape. Print out a Jack Skellington face for the center and add fancy polka dot bows to the bottom. This would also make a great Halloween Wreath.

Small candy cane wreath

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Small candy cane wreath

Mini candy canes are a great way to decorate your crafts for Christmas. To make this, you will need to paint your clothespins red and white and you can add some candy cane stripes on the white ones too. Add mini candy canes in between to bring it together.

Snowman

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Snowman

To make this adorable snowman wreath, you'll need to cut out two circles in white felt, one small for the head and a larger one for the body. You will then cut out small circles from black felt to add the details. Add clothes pins too the larger white circle and then spray paint them white. Repeat this step for the head. Finish with a scarf and a hat and hang with a bow.

Snowflakes Wreath

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Snowflakes Wreath

Make a mini ornamental wreath that would be perfect to give as a gift. You could pin gift cards to it as well or photographs as you see fit. Washi tape and glitter tape are ideal to recreate this idea.

Red & White

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Red & White

If you made a patriotic wreath you can re-purpose it for the holidays by taking out the blue clothes pins and adding silver ones instead. This would be a nice one to give a teacher to decorate their classroom for the holidays.

Blue & Silver

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Blue & Silver

Blue & Silver is also a really popular color combination for festive decor. This wreath makes use of winters finest colors and it would look great on your front door to welcome guests to your home.

Comments

Elaine Byers (author) on October 08, 2020:

Thanks for commenting Sp Greaney , yes I love how accessible this idea is :)

Sp Greaney from Ireland on October 08, 2020:

What a unique idea. Such a different type of wreath as well. It's not something you would think to use to make a wreath.