I totally took advantage of the vast amount of school supplies available now for this little project.
I had wanted to tidy up our refrigerator. I love having photos, artwork, etc. on the fridge, but it was looking kind of messy.
So I bought some wooden rules and a roll of adhesive magnet strip. I already had the clothespins, paint, glue gun, and the other little things (paint brush, etc.) needed to make this.
I took apart the clothespins and painted them. Once they dried, I put them back together.
Then I stuck on the magnet strips. Mine had an adhesive back to them, but one kept falling off so I had to hot glue that one on. Then lastly, I hot glued on the clothespins making sure to spread them out evenly.
Now my photos are organized.
And so is my daughter's artwork (which we change out a lot).
I had to share one of my favorites. This is "Eva" from Wall-e. Doesn't she do a good job? She draws the little floaty arms and blue eyes! I love how she picks up on details!
Anyone else using school supplies to create something new?