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Upcycled Clothespin Necklace

Take a simple item like a spring clothespin and turn it into this fashion statement  Upcycled Clothespin Necklace. This craft is suited to the more experienced crafter like a teen or tween. Don’t be afraid to take a simple item and challenge the kids to think what it could be turned into.

Trivia:  The first design that resembles the modern clothespin was patented in 1853 by David M. Smith, a man from Vermont who had many inventions.

Supplies

Spring Clothespin
Large Decorative Bead
Chain, Ribbon or Cord

Instructions

Pull apart a clothespin. Set aside wooden pieces for another project.

Bend open the metal spring to slide in a bead. Squeeze closed.

Feed a ribbon, chain or cord through the spring.

Get ready for all your friends to ask you where you got that cool necklace.

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Dress Up Crafts, Repurposed Materials, Teen Crafts

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These projects are created by Terri, Betty, Jamie or one of the talented staff members at MakingFriends.com. They have been created exclusively for publication on FreeKidsCrafts.com with supplies you'll be able to find around your house.

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