What to do with mini pegs?
The pegs are perfect to hold photos, notes and are great as embelishments to little party bags and other gift packages too! Also they make great fridge magnets. Just use hot glue and some small magnets to the back of the pegs. You can paint them or you can put glitter that will make them shiny and chic.
What can I make with clothespins?
Try out some of these clothespin crafts to keep you all busy.
- Caterpillar Clothespin Craft by Frugal Fanatic.
- Clothespin Catapult by Therapy Fun Zone.
- Race Car by Ikat Bag.
- Delightful Dragonfly by Busy Bee Kids Crafts.
- Washi Tape Clips and Magnets by Girl in the Garage.
- 4th of July Wall Hanger Wreath by Missbutterbean.
How do you make clothespin animals?
- 1Print out the templates. Print out any or all of these clothespin farm animals on white cardstock.
- 2Color the animals. Color the farm animals with crayons or colored pencils.
- 3Cut them out.
- 4Glue together by pairs.
- 5Add the clothespin legs.
- 6 Prepare the box.
- 7Paint the box.
- 8 Create a fence.
How do you use wooden pegs?
How to Put Pegs in Wood
- Use the drill to drill a hole into the broad side of the wood plank.
- Place the wood peg into the hole to verify that the peg will fit properly.
- Apply a few drops of wood glue to the toothpick.
- Insert the peg into the hole and twist the peg into place so that the peg fits snugly.
What can I do with wooden clips?
40+ creative uses for wooden clothespins
- Laundry stain reminder.
- Keep blankets in place on a stroller.
- Hold a tablecloth in place on a picnic table.
- Clip dirty clothes bag to diaper bag.
- Magnets for important notes on the fridge.
- Keep fingers from getting burned.
- Ensure your privacy.
- Cord sorters.
How do you decorate clothespins?
Colorful ribbons, buttons, small fabric pieces, driftwood, small branches, dried flowers, beads, bright paint, small stickers, and washi tapes, – all these materials can help create truly unique pins for your decorating projects.
What can I use instead of pegs?
12 Alternate Uses For Clothes Pegs
- Toothbrush Holder. This is genius.
- Wooden Spoon Rest. I love this one.
- Food Sealers. Roll and clip packets of cereal, crackers or chips to keep them fresher for longer.
- Filing Clips. Keep all your receipts together!
- Scarf Holder.
- Headphone Detangler.
- Bin Liner Fastener.
How do you join two planks together?
Edge Gluing Boards
- Mark the boards. Arrange boards for their best appearance.
- Apply wood glue. Apply glue smoothly and evenly along the board edge, using your finger as a guide.
- Slide the boards together.
- Check the glue coverage.
- Look for glue squeeze-out.
- Make the boards even.
- Scrape soft glue.
- Shim bowed boards.