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25 of the Best Clothespin and Peg Dolls

By Nicole Balch |

I’ve been making clothespin dolls lately. Have you ever tried? It’s a satisfying craft project because they’re so small that they come together really quickly, and you can make a million variations on them with just wooden pegs or clothespins, plus paint. Below are 25 of the best examples out there, some just for inspiration and some that you can purchase.

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25 of the Best Handpainted Wooden Clothespin And Peg Dolls

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These were artist Elsa Mora's first attempt at making dolls out of clothes pins. So good, right!?
Photo by Elsita

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Nicole Balch writes Making it Lovely, a design and lifestyle blog about living a stylish life and transforming the so-so. Her work has appeared in Better Homes & Gardens, The Chicago Tribune Magazine, Ladies' Home Journal, and other publications. She lives in Oak Park, Illinois with her husband and two young kids. Read bio and latest posts → Read Nicole's latest posts →

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3 thoughts on “25 of the Best Clothespin and Peg Dolls

  1. jennifer w. says:

    I made a cute set of clothed mice clothespin dolls http://thefeltmouse.blogspot.com/2012/02/tales-from-mousy-hollow.html

  2. AnnW says:

    You used to be able to buy these little peg people at almost any place in New England, along with all sorts of little blank wooden objects. Thanks for bringing them back. They look like more fun than plastic weebles. Ann

  3. Brenda says:

    Would love to make these for Operation Christmas Child they are so adorable. Have you got patterns to make the clothes. Please share if you do. thanks for posting. they are just soooo cute.

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