One thing I plan to add to my Etsy shop soon are some Stablemate-scale blankets.
It's been about a year since I made my first batch of these, for a prop swap in a Stablemate group.
Oddly enough, this green one was finished up last week and sent off as part of a Secret Santa package for the same group
One of the most tedious parts of making these are gluing the strips of ribbon to the tiny wire buckles I've been making. I have some "miniature" clothes pins that I use.
They are "miniature" in that they are shorter than regular clothes pins, but they are stubby and it's hard to get the tiny ribbon and tiny buckles situated in them.
At the magical 100 yen store, I found: Wooden Pinch!
Yes. Wooden Pinch.
They have them in all different sizes, all labeled: Wooden Pinch.
These are smaller than the "mini" ones that I had,
but most importantly, they are narrower.
It turns out the "pinch" part is the perfect size to grip (pinch) the ribbon/buckles. Yay!
Here are the straps for three blankets, being clamped by the Wooden Pinch.