DIY Stained clothespins. I'm going to try this on a bunch of empty wooden spools of thread. That should be lots of stacking fun for the kiddos!

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DIY Stained Clothespins - In jar, pour boiling water, a tablespoon of vinegar and food coloring drops and mix well. Add clothespins and let them soak for an hour. hellobee.com

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The food coloring pins {yellow, orange, and red} were made by mixing water and vinegar and food coloring in a pot. I then poured the warm mixture over the clothes pins that were laid out on various bowls. Make sure they're completely submerged.

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dye clothespins for crafts...like it! - we could do this for clothespins before decorating for the clothespin/notepad craft or gift

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Use Rit Dye to dye clothespins before hanging photos on string. Seal pins with matte polyurethane spray after dying.

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If you like using clothespins in your crafting here’s a fast way to color a lot of them at once! We’ve got detailed instructions for you along with examples. Ü

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