How To: Twine and Clothespins Party Décor

How To: Twine and Clothespins Party Décor

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Landis Carey
Jan 25, 2011

Simple and inexpensive, this is a sweet way to jazz up your party space or create a memoir wall in a bedroom, bathroom or breakfast nook: using nails, twine and clothespins, display pictures, postcards, thank you notes, and life's other memorabilia without cluttering your shelves, tabletops and mantel. Get this look.

What You Need

Materials
Twine

Clothespins

Nails

Tools
Hammer

Instructions

1. Locate three or four points on your wall that are equidistant height and width apart. Hammer nails into these points.

2. Determine how much slack (or drape) you want between nails and measure and cut one continuous piece of twine to this length times the number of drapes.

3. String the twine between the nails, wrapping the twine around each nail as you go. Tie each end to their respective nail.

4. Using wooden clothespins, clip pictures, notes and other memorabilia to the twine.

(Image: Casey Webb)

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