DIY Clothespin Wall Organizer
Updated: Apr 4, 2021
Hey guys, it's Megan!
I recently made a video showing you some DIY Wall Art you can make with things you probably have at home. If you missed it, you can check it out here!
The easiest project I made in the video was this Clothespin Wall Organizer. Once I gathered my supplies, it took me about 15 minutes to make!
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For this project you'll need:
* A hot glue gun
* Contact paper, scrapbook paper, paint or anything else you can think of to decorate with
First, cut out two pieces of cardboard. I made mine 12 inches wide and 4 inches tall.
Then, hot glue the two pieces together.
This will be the base of your organizer.
I covered the cardboard with some leftover contact paper, and hot glued the clothespins on top.
You could paint the clothespins of you want to, but I have a lot of natural wood in my room so I thought they were fine.
Plus, if you’ve ever tried painting clothespins before, you’d know that it’s kind of a pain...
I hung my wall organizer using Command strips.
And that's it! This is a great way to store things like scrunchies or jewelry. You could even make one to put in your closet to hold belts or tank tops!
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