Hi everyone Steph Ackerman here with a Stamped Altered Clipboard with Crafter’s Inks by Ann Butler.
This would be a great gift to make for someone, or better yet, make two and keep one for yourself!
Let’s get started Stamped Altered Clipboard with Crafter’s Inks:
Step 1: Begin by painting a clipboard with white paint.
Step 2: Use Blueberry Ink to stamp the Dots across the bottom plank.
Step 3: Use Aquamarine Ink to Stamp the Strips across the next panel. Repeat on the remaining planks.
Step 4: Add grey paint around the planks for more definition.
Step 5: Use Blueberry Ink to add color to the chipboard elements.
Step 6: Create a pen holder by scoring some cardstock and assembling it into a square.
Step 7: Place the chipboard elements around the panel. Adhere the Pen holder in the right corner. Attach another chipboard element on the pen holder.
Step 8: Cut cardstock to fit under the clip.
There you have it…Quick and Easy!
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Ann Butler Design’s Products used:
Ann Butler’s Faux Quilting Stamps, 2″ Squares
- Acrylic Paint
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