Newlywed Fridge Magnet

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The completed newlywed clothespin magnet.I saw this cute idea online and thought I would make one as a "gift topper" with a few recipes clipped to it. The gift was a waffle maker, so I attached some waffle recipes under the clip.


Total Time: 30 minutes

Yield: 1



  1. Using a pencil, draw an outline on the side of the clothespin for the groom's hair, eyes, shirt, and tux and on the bride's side, her dress line, hair, eye, and lips.
  2. A wooden clothespin.
  3. Paint the groom using black for the tux and white for the shirt. I used a toothpick dipped in black to paint his eyes. I painted his hair with brown. Paint the bride using white for the dress. I used a toothpick dipped in black to paint her eyes and red for her lips. I painted her hair blonde.
  4. Painting one half of the clothespin black.
  5. Let paint dry. While paint is drying, cut a piece of lace trim to make a veil. I fold the top of the trim and glued it together, making a gather. Cut a longer piece of lace trim for the "dress" using the same procedure. Let dry. Glue veil on top of head and other piece of trim at the waist of the bride. Glue magnet on back.
  6. Cutting pieces of lace.
    Adding lace to the white side of the clothespin.
    Adding lace to the white side of the clothespin.

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