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

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

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

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

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

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

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!

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!

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

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

Two-Tone Tie-Dye Clothespins. Easy and fun. Great craft for teacher gifts or helping organize around the house.

Two-Tone Tie-Dye Clothespins. Easy and fun. Great craft for teacher gifts or helping organize around the house.

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