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

 

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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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