Create this fresh and bright clipboard fridge organiser with the aid of Artiste Acrylic Paints paired with the vibrant papers of Papermania’s Capsule Elements Pigment collection. What’s even better, it has a wipeable surface allowing you to use it over and over again, and it even has a handy place to store you pen!
1. Paint several layers of Artiste Sea Spray Acrylic Paint onto an old clipboard. You may want to cover the clip with low tack tape first.
2. Divide the clipboard into sections depending on what you need. It may be easier to plan this out with scraps of paper to get the measurements correct before you cut this out of paper from the Papermania Capsule Element Pigment A4 Ultimate Die-cut & Paper Pack. When you’re happy with the layout, cut out these sections in your chosen papers adhere to the board with double sided tape.
4. Mount white cardstock onto your chosen sections, making sure they are 1/4'' smaller to give a nice border. Decorate with alphabet stickers and die-cut sentiments from the ultimate pack. You could also stamp with Papermania Mini Ink Pads Pigment and the Papermania Wedding Ever After 5 x 7'' Alphas & Numbers Clear Stamps. Leave one section undecorated.
5. Trim three pieces of Papermania 12 x 12'' Acetate Sheet 1/4'' smaller than the white cardstock you previously cut, fix over your decorated white cardstock with double sided tape. To hide the adhesive showing through the acetate, create frames in pigment paper and stick on the top.
6. To decorate the section you have left blank, trim a sheet of Xcut Xtras’ Adhesive Cork Sheet 1/4" smaller than the white cardstock. Peel the backing off and fix.
7. Place Papermaina Bare Basics Mini Wooden Pegs to the bottom of the board with a hot glue gun.
8. Apply several strips of Stick it! Magnetic Craft Tape to the back of the board, making sure there is enough to take the weight of the organiser when placed onto the fridge.
9. To finish, embellish with die-cut sentiments from the ultimate pack and Papermania Capsule Elements Pigment brads.
Project, photography and how-to instructions by Project Design Team member Verity Biddlecombe.