O.K. this is nerdy but... using as clamps to hold parts together while the glues dries.
Are you tongue-tied, Pent? LOL!
Clamps for...Never mind, naughty man!
To hold notes on a chalk board- a noteboard to remind family members who is going where and when.
To secure tarps when the wind is high.
To use for children's art projects-they make neat soldiers or angels.
For puppy Sasha to drag around and eat! Bad Sasha!
Making cute little clothespin dolls with magnets on the back. Then you buy a magnet board and make scenery (with magnets of course) and all the good stuff for telling fun stories. Then, you give it all in one big box to some very lucky little girl, for her birthday.
Putting over your nose when sonething stinks :-P
closing that half ate bag of chips
haha! I use em ALOT! For EVERYTHING! I use fancy little colorful ones to hold paper shades in place, (in place of the cheap paperclips they send ) To pin up sheets / curtains/ panels under the winter curtains when the sun glares, to hold papers in place, to seal staleness out of cereal, chips, crackers, .......to bookmark pages, LOL, and to hold socks together to keep the washing machine gobble monster from eating them!!
Good for keeping pairs of shoes clipped together!
I used to be able to make match-shooters out of clothespins. The wooden match would ignite as it went flying from the shooter. Less cool today, but WAY cool when I was a kid!
I use them for hanging patterns
closing a bag of frozen fries , hanging up washed socks from the kitchen sink , making an elastic flinging gun that's an old one
making clothes pin cookies
that is indeed a first for me?How the heck do you do you do that?
i forget the exact recipe but you make a dough and wrap it around the clothes pins then back them. When i find the recipe i will post it
The spring-loaded one are good if you're making a rubber-band pistol out of them, and the the other kind, you paint and dress up like Christmas ornaments,,,
i used to make rifles like that , glad to see you made pistols
i'm starting to like you
Why thank you...I'm flattered!
We called then 'Texas Six-Guns'! LOL
to pin up clothes, I use them to keep chips bags closed as well.
Hanging out clothes,close a bag of chips.many uses for clothespins...