Last week my mom sent me a box of things to alter for upcoming craft shows. One of the items in the box were these giant clothes pins that people use to hold pictures. I altered the first three using Basic Grey’s Max & Whiskers paper and chipboard. I wanted to keep the design fairly simple since the paper is pretty busy.
I started by taking the clothes pins apart and painting all the wood using Claudine Hellmuth’s Studio Paint in Sable Brown. After it dried, I reassembled the clothes pins and set to work on the tags.
The tags were cut out using my Silhouette SD then distressed using Tim Holtz ink. I adhered the chipboard pieces and tied the tags on with bakers twine from my Etsy store. Easy peasy!!Patterned Paper: Basic Grey Max & Whiskers collection Cardstock: Clear & Simple Stamps (a blanc check) Ink: Tim Holtz Distress Ink Accessories: Basic Grey Max & Whiskers chipboard, Claudine Hellmuth Studio Paint (sable brown), bakers twine