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Altered Clipboards

Hello!  So did everyone enjoy the post by Cheryl?  Wow, it has definitely been a while! 

Today I have a couple of clipboards to share over at All That Scraps Anything But a Card Day.  On one of my trips to our local Ben Franklin store, I saw these cardboard clipboards.  They were smaller in size than usual, about 7 in by 9.5 in.  But the best part was that they were only a $1 each!!!  I didn't know what to make with them at first besides just altering them but then I saw a roll of self-adhesive white board paper which was also on sale and then I had an idea.

I thought it would be cute to add the white board paper to the clipboard and it can be hung up somewhere.  The hardest thing was trying to cut out the paper nicely around that clip.  So once I did it close enough I traced it onto scratch paper so I could use it again as a template.  I also wrapped the edge of the clipboard with washi tape.

This is Fairy Abigail.  She is so pretty!  I did something a bit different with her wings.  I stamped them onto vellum and cut them out and glued just the edge by her hair.  I added some stickles and liked that transparent look.  The sentiment is from Butterfly Labels.  Mostly I am proud that I used some of these flowers and pearls and rhinestones!  I've had these a while.

This is the second one I made using some cute Doodlebug cardstock and the new stamps from CC Designs called The Tumbleweeds.  This cutie is from Butterfly Dreams.  The butterfly die cut is also CC Designs Butterfly Border die.

Here's a close up.  I like her as a blonde too.

It's Spring Break for my boys this week but I seem to have caught a cold or something.  Funny thing is that my kids aren't sick.  I caught something all on my own.  My nose gets stuffy every time I sit for too long so I'm trying to stand up every so often.

Alrighty, thanks for visiting today!

Comments

How cute and ideal Eva~ this would make cute gifts for a child to have on their desk....
TFS - enjoy your wonderful day!
Rachel Parys said…
So adorable Eva!! I was just thinking the other day that I wish I had a clipboard! Doubt I will find one for that awesome price, but I will have to look for one now!!
Laura said…
These are adorable Eva, especially that little Tumbleweed girl! The white board makes them so functional... I would love to have one to hang on my wall! Seriously... do you need my address?? ;)
Danni said…
Super duper cute and creative!
Handmade Cuties said…
You're doing it again! Just killing me with cuteness. I love this project! I never knew there was such a thing as white board paper. I gotta go look for that now. I'll white board our entire dining table - all scratched up with pen marks already! Cute!!!
Joy said…
Really cute ideas! I bought someoftheose clipboards, too, but I haven't made anything yet!

You know, it's kinda weird that you caought a cold, too. You're the fifth person, including myself, to get sick during this Spring Break!so bummed! I really just want to sleep!
Cheryl said…
So cute! You have so many great ideas, I can't think of anything cute to make. I had some time over spring break, I will post something at some point again... once I recover from all that time off
... Those are some really inexpensive clipboards! Surprising for Hawaii!
Denice said…
OMG, these are just adorable!!! The images are colored wonderfully and are perfect on these clipboards. A wonderful gift indeed!
:Dxx
Leanne said…
OMG! I'm in love with these! The designs are super cute and your coloring is awesome! Love all the details and the idea behind it all. Fantastic alterations Eva!!
Hope you're feeling better
;)

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