Do you love finding simple DIY ideas that don’t take tons of time or cost lots of money? Crafting is my favorite pastime, but lately, I have come to realize that I often spend way too much money on supplies and there just might be some inexpensive options I could start making instead. I went on the hunt for craft ideas at Michael’s Craft Store and Dollar Tree and found that not all the crafts I saw were things I actually wanted to make. Then, I came across this amazing Clothespin Christmas Wreath on Youtube made from a simple bag of clothespins from Dollar Tree and I knew I had found my next weekend project idea. I started by arranging all my materials for the project, 32 clothespins, washi tape, beads, 60 cm wire, decorative ribbon, a pair of plyers, and adhesive crystals.
Then I started applying the decorative Christmas themed Wasi Tape to the clothespins.
Then I just started to string the washi tape covered clothespins onto my wire with a cute bead feature in between.
Then I just attached the base wire together with a little more Christmas themed decorative washi tape, then started decorating my washi tape covered clothespins with self-adhesive peel and stick jewels.
Then I just added a beautiful decorative bow and hung it on my front door. I must say, I’ve had some pretty stunning wreaths throughout the many holiday seasons of my life, but this DIY Christmas Clothespin Wreath was really the cutest most original one I’ve ever had. Everyone loves the wreath and it was so fun and easy, I think every crafter, no matter what age or skill level would really enjoy this.