I saw something similar to this on Etsy and thought this would be something really fun to make for myself and for gifts. I made the pink/brown ones as part of a teacher gift and the blue ones for me.
To Make: Lay the clothespins onto the paper and outline it with a pencil. Cut out the paper and modge podge onto the front of the clothespin. Apply modge podge again on the top to seal it and create a nice shiny finish. When dry, use your hot glue gun to glue your magnet to the back. That's it! You're done!
I found medium magnets at Michaels. You can only see a little bit peaking out on each side and when it's on the fridge, it's hardly noticeable.
Besides the generic scrapbook paper covering, I also made some for my kids. My fridge is always covered in pictures from my kids. I decided to organize it a little and give each of them their own magnet clothespin for their current artwork. They can keep adding to them and then I go through it and pick ones to save. I love it!
The red clothespin says "Don't Forget", and that pin is for me! I get a ton of papers from the kids schools for various events that I need to remember and they also litter our fridge. So, now I will keep them organized in order of date in my red clothespin!
Besides printing words as I did, you could also use vinyl, or hand paint names or words. I think this would be a really cute gift for a family with a bunch of kids with all their names on them!
I hope you have fun decorating your clothespins and organizing your fridge!