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Fall Clothespins

Project Sheet: cd1494

Fall Clothespins

Fall Clothespins

Project Sheet: cd1494

Materials

HAPPY THANKSGIVING:
• 6” Clothespin
• Red Iron Oxide Acrylic Paint
• 7/8” Pomegranate Glitter Tape
• 12x12 Observance Paper (Authentique)
• Grateful Components Die Cuts (Authentique)
• Pop Dots
• Gloss Mod Podge


#2 PENCIL:
• Graphite Acrylic Paint (Americana)
• School Bus Yellow Acrylic Paint (Folk Art)
• Graffiti Pink Acrylic Paint (Folk Art)
• Licorice Acrylic Paint (Folk Art)
• 6” Clothespin
• White Paint Marker


SO VERY THANKFUL:
• 6” Clothespin
• Raw Umber Acrylic Paint
• Gloss Mod Podge
• 12x12 Owl Fall Fever (Echo Park)
• 12x12 Acorn Forest
• 12x12 Harvest Morning
• 12x12 Fall Recollections Element Stickers
• Paper Adhesive

Directions

HAPPY THANKSGIVING:
1. Paint the sides of the clothespin with the acrylic paint
2. Cut the paper to fit the front and back of the clothespin, glue down using the mod podge
3. Cut the glitter tape to length and stick down, I trimmed about ¼” off the width so you can see more of the background paper but this step is optional
4. Using pop dots glue the die cut saying down the middle of the clothespin
5. Apply a layer of mod podge over the top of everything to seal it in place

#2 PENCIL:
1. Paint the top of the clothespin with the graffiti pink paint to look like the eraser
2. Paint the majority of the rest of the clothespin with the school bus yellow paint
3. Paint the bottom of the clothespin with graphite paint
4. Once the yellow paint is dry you can paint a black circle on one side of the clothespin, let dry
5. Using the white paint marker draw a number 2 in the middle of black circle.

SO VERY THANKFUL:
1. Paint the sides of the clothespin with the brown paint
2. Cut the paper to fit the front and back of the clothespin, glue down using the mod podge
3. Cut a saying out of the paper; Cut a rectangle out of another piece of paper for your background. You want to cut it larger so there is about ¼” boarder around your saying. Glue your saying to the background paper using a paper adhesive.
4. Cut the acorn boarder sticker to the length of your clothespin and stick onto your clothespin
5. Lightly brush the edges of your clothespin to give an distressed look (optional)
6. Embellish with sticker to your liking.
7. Apply a layer of mod podge over the top of everything to seal it in place


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