If you caught my PL Week 3 share yesterday, you might have noticed this:
The image on the left is what I’m going to share with you today – Mod Podge Clipboards.
Here’s the deal – I am notorious for taking on too many projects at once, and it’s sometimes difficult to stay focused and prioritize each one. I needed a way to keep all of my projects in view so I don’t forget anything. I decided to hang clipboards in my office and attach a list for each project to each clipboard.
So, I found these clipboards at Target for $1 each:
I also grabbed a 6-pack of Command hooks. I already had the Mod Podge and scrapbook paper. Here’s what I did:
Trim a 12×12 piece of scrapbook paper to the size of the clipboard. For mine, I trimmed to 9″ wide. The 12″ length was perfect.
I applied Mod Podge all over the clipboard up to the clip section and applied the paper.
I used my fingernail to make a crease where I needed to cut around the clip. Then I grabbed my rotary cutter and made the cut.
Put Mod Podge on the remaining section of the clipboard and stick your paper down around the clip.
Add a coat of Mod Podge over the top of the paper and allow to dry for about 15 minutes.
I did 6 different papers on my clipboards, then hung them on the wall over my desk.
I love how they look. Even if I don’t have anything on them, they’re cute. But of course, with all of my many projects, they are now covered:
Easy, right? And cute! This would be great to use to keep chore charts at the ready for each child, or to put your grocery list on, or your workout routine, or….well, you get the idea. There are TONS of uses, and you can customize them any way you like.
Come back Thursday where I’ll share a tutorial for how to make these super cool printable lists for your own projects!