These clothespin birds are so cute and easy to make! Little Miss loved playing with them and pinning them to different places around the house. We kept this project very simple with easy steps for our younger kiddos, but the birds can be made even more fancy and creative if you are doing this with bigger kids. Tag us on Instagram @blueberriesmash so we can see the adorable clothespin birds you create! Let’s make clothespin birds!
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What you need for clothespin birds:
- Googly eyes
How to make Clothespin Birds:
Add feathers and eyes to your clothespin birds.
Stick the eyes on the top end of the clothespin and draw a beak under the eyes.
Glue feathers to the back of the clothespins for the wings.
Set the clothespins to the side to dry completely before playing.
Then they are ready to be clipped to anything!
First Paint the Clothespins.
Little Miss chose pink, green, and blue for her birds.
Lay the clothespins on a paper towel or other surface that will make cleanup easier and let your toddler paint each clothespin whatever color they want their birds to be. Set the clothespins to the side to dry.
Enjoy your adorable birds!
This project is a part of our Beautiful Birds Activity Plans. Check out our other birds activities, which include arts and crafts, life skills practice, and letter recognition for more bird fun!