12 Days of Giving

Hi Everyone!  Jodi Willton   here today, to share with a little project using DCWV WHITEBOARD paper (yes, I said WHITEBOARD!).  I don’t know about you, but my toddler LOVES to use paper, and more paper and more paper. As soon as I saw that DCWV has whiteboard paper, I knew I had to create something that would be reusable for her!

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So I started by spray painting a clipboard white. (Be sure to use a couple of coats).

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Next I measured my clipboard, then cut the whiteboard paper to just fit on top of the clipboard. I used my Beacon Adhesives 3 in 1 glue to ensure the paper is adhered really well!  Next I used the Vintage Basics Stack and added 1 inch paper borders to the edges of the clipboard.

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I added a cute little punched out heart and circle to accent the clip at the top. Here is what the front of the clipboard looks like:

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To help my daughter with learning to write her letters, and some words, I added  a  4 X 4 mini album made from DCWV Printed Cardstock Stack (Vintage Collector).  I printed off letters and words on my computer and adhered them to the cardstock:

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I then added  the binder ring to the hole at the top of the clipboard for easy access for my daughter to flip through and practice:

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After I decided that it would be fun to personalize the back of the clipboard for my daughter.  I took the DCWV Vintage Collector Stack to add the finishing touches on the clipboard.

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The best thing about this is that she can practice all the time with whiteboard markers and we are saving a HUGE amount of paper! The possibilities are endless with the Whiteboard Paper Stack! An AWESOME product that I know I will be using for many more projects!

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Supplies Used:  Whiteboard Paper, Patterned Paper & Cardstock: DCWV; White Spray Paint; Clipboard: Dollar Store;  Beacons Adhesives 3 in 1 glue; Punches: Stampin’ Up! & Martha Stewart

 

Thanks for looking!

jodi

To See more of Jodi’s work visit her blog – Luv-a-lot Land

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  1. Heather Thompson Reply

    very cool, I should do this for my daughter!!! I love it!

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