|Posted on November 13, 2017 at 1:55 AM|
I really love making use of things around the home and transforming them into lovely and useful projects. Here is one that just uses simple and very cheap wooden clothes pegs which you can pick up in more or less any store. You can really go to town with decorating here. For my pegs I have painted each one with white acrylic paint to get a nice base to work on and to cover up any markings on the pegs.
Here are some ideas for working with the painted pegs.
I have simply covered each peg with some glitter paper here. Use a peg as a template to draw around one side and glue onto the top of the peg. These are simple but gorgeous and I will be using mine to attach tags to Christmas gifts. You could also use them to hang up Christmas cards that you receive or on a hanging advent calendar, similar to ones featured on this blog in past years.
For these pegs, I am using up my paper scraps in the theme of purple and silver. I think these look fantastic and I am really pleased with how they turned out. I have simply glued my papers to the pegs but you could also seal them with varnish to make them extra durable.
These ones are simply stamped using a range of Christmas themed words and images. The white paint gives them a very neat and clean finish and I am planning to use mine to attach tags to my gifts. You could also them as placecard holders for the dinner table.
I've simply glued this one to my gift but you could use some double sided tape or glue dots. I've added a wooden snowflake for decoration.
You could also add a name and make your peg personal!
Or add numbers and use them to hang parcels on a hanging advent calendar (I'll be featuring a project using these in another blog post)
I hope you have enjoyed this first project for the Christmas 2017 series. I'll be listing all the projects with free templates or digitals on the Member pages, together with all the previous years projects, so join up to the site to see those and to get any templates we post. All other project posts are archived in the Projects and Tips Menu on the left hand sidebar.
Categories: Other Projects, Recycle, Upcycle And Frugal, 2017
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