As seen on TV. Well, for about 3.5 seconds. I entered these into a contest on Studio 5 (a Utah craft/lifestyle show) and made it onto TV, but didn't make it to the final 5. The contest was you enter a picture of a craft you made for under $5 and if you win you get a Silhouette machine. I wanted that Silhouette soo bad, oh well. So anyways, I made a few more magnets so I could give some to my sister tommorow for watching my girls while I go to sewing class. These are super easy to make, so I thought I'd share.
Step numer one: hot glue or crazy glue magnets to the back of the clothespins. They are adhesive on the back but it's not strong enough to hold on for more than a day or so. A pack of magnets costs 98 cents at Walmart and you can make a bazillion clothespins magents with one pack.
Cut some strips of scrapbook paper. Just wing it, I didn't measure exactly what size they are. You can draw an outline of the clothespin and then cut a little smaller than that and use it as a template.