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In the midst of a busy life of work and family I am able find small creative projects that help keep me crafty. I wanted to share this fun, colorful addition to our wall that looks beautiful, used supplies I had on hand and helps keep us organized.
Standard pressed board type clip boards
Spray paint - if you want to change the clips to something other than silver
Paint Brush - for applying Mod Podge
I left the plastic shrink wrap on the clip boards and used a hammered metal finish spray paint to customize the clip. Once that was dry, I removed the plastic wrap and coated the board in a layer of Mod Podge and applied the colorful scrap book paper. When dry, I used an exacto knife to trim the paper around the edges. Finally, top the scrapbook paper with one or two layers of Mod Podge and allow to dry thoroughly.
Sorry, I had taken step-by-step photos. They seem to have disappeared. Hope you enjoy this project anyway!