Dollar Store Altered Clipboard By Jennie Garcia 2

This week the Tombow USA Blog has an awesome challenge for you!

The only thing you have to do is get a dollar store item and alter it! See? Easy!

For my project I altered a Clipboard!

I covered the clipboard with paper from the True Friends Collection from Fancy Pants Designs and washi tape at the top. To glue the paper I used the Tombow Xtreme Permanent Adhesive. This kind of project is also a good idea for Christmas Presents!

I glued one of the Library Pockets from Fancy Pants to the clipboard and I made a pocket using paper from the 6×6 Paper Pad. I added some crochet trim to the pocket. To glue the pockets and wood veneers I used the Tombow Xtreme Permanent Adhesive.

 To make the pockets I used two pieces of paper folded in half and tapered at the bottom. I put glue in the middle of the little wing I made, that way the pocket ha a little wiggle room for a few bulky items.

 This is the awesome prize you could win if you accept the challenge!


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2 thoughts on “Dollar Store Altered Clipboard By Jennie Garcia

  • DjDaniel

    Just discovered this exlelcent discussion! Seems incredulous that there isn’t a simple way to do referenced notes on selections in a PDF. A simple workflow for me (as others have suggested) would be: highlight text in a PDF; add a small note associated with that text; export all annotations for the PDF in a format that lists sequentially: Document title, page number, each highlighted text followed by its note. Perhaps a programmer could tell us why this is difficult. Understandably text in the PDF format may not be easily addressable in a linear way (eg. in multi-column docs, and where graphics interrupts the text, etc.), but I would settle for being able to do this on the Mac in any standard text-only format epub, RTF, Pages, Word, even ASCII. Anyone know of a way to accomplish the above workflow on a Mac, in any way, shape, or form?Thanks Aleh, et al.- John