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Who’s ready for New Years Eve? Growing up, my family would start prepping for NYE the day after Christmas. Everyone would blast their favorite salsa and merengue, light some candles, and clean everything in their way! I still do the same, music and all, but this year I’m even more motivated because New Years day is on a Monday! While I like a clean house to kick off the festivities, I’m also realistic in knowing that my kids will surely make a mess the second I clean it, so I start with the laundry. With a large family like mine, there’s always a lot to do. For New Years I really try to get everyone’s clothes sorted out. I try to remove tough stains and throw out items we don’t use. For our laundry this year, I’m turning to the amazing Member’s Mark® Ultimate Clean Paradise Splash Detergent that I buy at Sam’s Club, not only removes tough stains, but also leaves your clothes clean and fresh! Scroll down for an easy DIY pom pom clothespin Wreath.
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DIY Pom Pom Clothespin Wreath
Along with getting my house clean and all my laundry done, I also decided to make a fun DIY pom pom clothespin wreath. I’m old school, so I like to hang-dry a lot of our clothes and I always have tons of clothespins handy and I’ve been meaning to make one of these for a while.
What You’ll Need:
About 120 clothespins **fyi – they’re a lot more expensive in craft stores.
2 cans of spray paint in your favorite colors
1 medium 12 inch wreath
About 120 1/2 inch pom-poms
Spray paint the front of your clothes pins. **Don’t worry about imperfections, the second set of pins usually conceals them.
Hold wreath backwards with ridges facing down.
Clip the pins onto to the wire. **Make sure you clip all the way in to ensure they stay put.
Go all the way around and repeat below with your second set of pins. **You may need to readjust and add more clothespins afterwards.
Glue on your pom poms, remove any excess glue and you’re done!
DIY Pom Pom Clothespin Wreath
I do believe that kicking off the New Years Eve festivities with this fun DIY pom pom clothes pin wreath, a clean house, and clean clothes is the best way to start a new year! How are you guys celebrating New Years Eve this year?