Clothespin ornaments have been a popular family craft for years. They're easy and inexpensive to make, and they look super cute hanging on your tree. The best clothespins to use are the old-fashioned ones that don't have a spring. You can make an easy reindeer by gluing one clothespin upside down on top of the other. One side makes legs and the other makes antlers. Add a red pompom nose and some googly eyes and voila -- you've got your Rudolph. But where is he without Santa to guide him? You can make Santa with a single clothespin that has the prongs facing down -- those are his legs. Paint it red, add a felt hat, some eyes and a cotton ball beard. Follow up with pipe cleaners for arms, and a black paint pen for details like his belt and boots.