Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Cute Clothes Pins

Aren't these cute? I saw these flowers on Juli Buhler's blog and I thought they would be darling on clothespins.


You can clip them to anything!

Stamp on several layers of tissue paper. Punch with the 5 Petal punch, layer and crumple a bit. I used Mini glue Dots to attach them to DSP covered clothespins.
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Saturday was opening day of the Winter Carnival in McCall, Idaho. There were a lot of people there for the Mardi Gras parade and I've never seen so many dogs with snow boots on! It was a lot of fun! They were throwing Mardi Gras beads and candy and all kinds promotional items from their floats. It was so cold that the candy was frozen!
There were snow sculptures everywhere. Here the boys and George are standing by the Big Comfy Couch. It was a little cold and wet for sitting! :)
Doing a bit of sledding on lake McCall. Glad nobody fell through the ice!

19 comments :

  1. Oh so cute. I love making the little clothes pins too. I use them for everything! Thanks so much for sharing your great SU ideas. I am a huge fan and just love your ideas.

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  2. Love the flowers!! I need to try my hand at some cloths pins.

    It looks like you and your family had a wonderful time! I love that your boys are wearing their monkey sock hats!

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  3. Great photos. I love the sock monkey caps!
    Stella

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  4. Wendie aka TankergypsieFebruary 2, 2010 at 7:37 AM

    Thanks so much for sharing your pictures of McCall. It's a place that is dear to my heart. My husband is an aerial firefighter (aka fire bomber pilot, now retired) and we were was based there for several years in the summer. We've not been there in the winter. Brrr!

    I really enjoy your blog - thanks for sharing your talent.

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  5. as I was scrolling through your blog, I thought "Oh my goodness, she can snow sculpt too! what can't this woman do?" then I read the story and realized someone else had done the sculpting. Love your blog.

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  6. Love those clothespins! I've made them before and I use magnets on the back to for the fridge.
    What an adorable family too, thanks for sharing. Love love l♥ve the monkey hats too!
    Hugs,
    Joani

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  7. How cute are these!! You can alter ANYTHING! Can you alter dust bunnies? I have a LOT of that around here!!! Would love to make them CUTE!
    I agree with the post about the ice sculputer, but I assumed it was your cake making son! LOL COOL STUFF! Thanks for more Valentine inspirations!

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  8. I have just found your blog last night, sent to my favorites instantly. Love the tutorials you have and already have a PDF in my shopping cart.
    I MUST have one of those sock monkey hats your boys are wearing. Any info where I can find one?
    It's a long story but my daughter would cry if I could find one for her.
    Thanks for sharing.

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  9. Cute clothes pins and great pictures. I love the boy's hats, too cute. Where did you find them? The boys look so cute in them.

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  10. Love the clothespins! How do you adhere the DSP to the clothespins? Do you cut the strip into two pieces or do you just cover over the slot with the wire?
    Thanks,
    Pam

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  11. Oh it all looks so fun Becky! I still want to move to Boise!

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  12. I'm liking the clothespins. Thanks for the idea.

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  13. Very pretty & creative idea! Love the pretty paper. Hey can you send some of that snow to Hawaii? Aloha & Hugs,
    Denise

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  14. Clothes pins are cute - but thanks so much for showing the mcCall pictures. I grew up in garden Valley, Idaho and the Winter Festival in McCall is very near and dear to my heart. We used to go every year. I have been wanting to schedule a break in my schedule to take a trip up there, but haven't been able to do so yet.

    Thanks for sharing your great talent with us!

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  15. I love the clothes pins but what I really love is the smile on the boys faces and those cute hats!!!!
    thanks for sharing.

    M

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  16. The clothes pins are a fabulous idea and just love how you altered yours. Wow those snow projects are awesome.

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  17. That is such a better way to use clothespins....much better than hanging up clothes with....don't you agree????

    Love the family pics.....!!!

    Miss me yet???? Huh...do ya??? do ya??

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  18. So glad you got to enjoy come up and enjoy our Winter Carnival..I live here in McCall and follow your blog..I normally don't comment but had to sense you showed up in McCall and darn it would have loved to meet you..glad you had fun..I've lived here for 22yrs..and Winter Carnival is a mad house..LOL..

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  19. Hi there, i am a regular reader of your blog and love seeing the new wonders you create and also your family day sharing too. today i LOVE the SOCK MONKEY BEANIES!!!! they are the most awesome things i have seen. very cool!!!
    keep up the awesome creating. thanks again
    Kylie from
    Kojonup in Western Australia

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