And all are loved.I wish I would have taken a photo of the clothes pin packaging but we just ripped into that thing and went to town. But I will tell you a package of like 20 was right around $4. And that we just painted them with acrylic craft paint and then covered them with a coat of clear gloss.Also—these were made to be played with outside.
I know by the end of the season they will be beat up…and peeling…and sad. But we made them to be played with and not for an heirloom. And besides that the rounded points at the end of their feet make them PERFECT for standing up in the grass and the flower beds!
(Flower beds are the most fun—it’s like the people are on a fantastic safari!)
So that is that!
HooRaY! For Clothes Pin People!
(I might even like them better than the peg people…maybe…)
PS—The pattern for the toddler apron is finally fixed. (Elizabeth saved the day again and got it working for me.) So if you wanted to print it out now you can.