I have been working on cleaning up and rearranging my daughter's room lately. She is about to turn 3 and she is becoming less of a toddler and more of a little girl. *Sniff, sniff* I am finding a lot of stuff that she hasn't used since she was a newborn. And the closet has things hanging in it that she outgrew 2 years ago. I already have 10+ bins of baby clothes that I am saving for the second baby we have been praying for. I am tired of marching to Target to buy more bins, so naturally there is still a lot of stuff that hasn't been packed up. Anyway, I have come across lots and lots of hangers that look like this:
They come with those baby outfits that have both pants and shirt. We still use a few of them, but I have way more than I need. I was getting ready to throw them away when I remembered this link that I saw on Pinterest several months ago. Instead of throwing it away, I made something useful out of them. Chip clips!
You can either break them off using the edge of a table or counter top, or use heavy duty scissors. Either way, you will probably need to use the scissors to cut off any sharp edges. Ta-da!
Some other uses I thought of:
Use as clothespins
Use for craft projects to hold in place while glue is drying
Use as a paperclip