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Clothespin Recipe Holder

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Hi, Joan from The Everyday Scrapper, with a quick project.  
I covered a 6" wooden clothespin from a craft store with scrapbook paper.  Line the paper up to one edge of the clothespin, apply adhesive, then trim up the other side with scissors.  I used scrappy tape on most of it, but had to glue the top flaps down with Elmer's glue.  I inked the edges of the clothespin with green chalk ink.  Next, I cut out a cupcake from different colors of cardstock.  I used my Revolution and the QuicKutz cupcake die for this.  I inked the pieces of the cupcake with brown chalk ink, put it together and then attached it to the clothespin.
If you make one of these, please share it with The Everyday Scrapper @ everydayscrapper.activeboard.com

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