Here is my latest vinyl design – clothespins with a little twist! Perfect for some fun and colorful laundry room decor.

Here’s what you need:

– Wood Pieces
Vinyl for stencil
– Paint (White & Brown)
– Brushes
– Mod Podge (Optional)
– Antiquing Medium (Optional)
– Electronic cutter (cricut explore, silhouette or other cutter)
– Cut File – Decorative Clothespin BA2012 (click here to get the SVG file for free from my free SVG Library)

Here’s how I created this antiqued artwork.  I started by applying my vinyl to a piece of wood I painted white. I could have stopped here because it looked really cute like this, but I thought I’d try to antique it a bit.
I applied a layer of Mod-Podge over the entire board and let it dry. This helps the paint or stain stick a little to the vinyl, otherwise, it will wipe off. I mixed some brown paint with some staining/antiquing medium and applied it to the board.
Then, wiped it off until I was happy with the results.
 And you have a cute and easy decoration to brighten up your laundry room (closet, corner, or space).

 You can make them in several colors to match your decor!


55 Comments on Antiqued Clothespin Art

  1. These are adorable and thanks for the tutorial! I found you on Thrifty Home and I'm so happy to be following you, if you can please follow back.

  2. Visiting from Lil Luna!

    I absolutely love this! And I never have seen that staining medium for acrylics before. I'll have to check that out =)

  3. Oh my goodness… these are fantastic!! I must try this antiquing medium it adds just the perfect touch. Your artwork is impressive and you are so talented!! AJ@queenofmynest

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