Creating these Shabby Chic clothespins was not difficult at all. Just a bit of white spray paint, then some glitter, and you're well on your way to embellishing these cute pins to your heart's content!
Each one of these Shabby Chic clothespins is embellished with eyelash trim, generic paper roses that I've inked and glitter-misted, some generic Lucite flowers, and stick pins (available in my shop).
A bit about the packaging. They come in a set of three, and are package oh so pretty! I used paper by Prima to hold these delicious Shabby Chic embellishments, a Spellbinders die to pretty up the edges of the packaging, some dimensional butterflies (used my Martha Stewart paper punch), more eyelash trim, and paper roses.
The idea behind the packaging came to me after viewing some craft-room tour videos. I noticed how all of the crafters love to display their embellishments and crafty treasures, but had no way of keeping these treasures from getting dusty, since everything was out in the open. I figured, if I make pretty packaging, then crafters can display them, without them getting dusty. AND these embellishments then, can easily be displayed on peg boards that are so popular with crafters.
If you would like to get your hands on my prettily packaged Shabby Chic clothespins, then visit my Etsy store, where you will find them very reasonably priced.
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