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Wedding Clipboard

I have been having so much fun creating these collage art pieces!  I first learned about these collage clipboards at the Club Scrap Retreat and now I'm an addict. I love being able to use up all my little embellishments and more importantly the bulky ones. I bought several of the pre-lined pages and created Christmas calendar gifts with them.
 
This clipboard collage is the one straight out of retreat. I used our wedding photo on this one. This one is for me :)

Club Scrap papers, ribbon, tags, leaf and charms, washi tape. 7 Gypsies word strips.
 
I'll share more with you but keep in mind I placed a digital tag over the photo to keep it a surprise from the lucky recipients.
 
Club Scrap papers, ribbon tags, charms, leaf, flower and bottle caps. Buttons from clothing. Docrafts calendars. 7 Gypsies word strips.
Club Scrap Hops & Barley collection. (No longer available)
Little clothes pins added to hang notes or other photos.
 
 
Club Scrap paper, wood embellishments, shells, stamps, vials and charms. Hobby Lobby driftwood. Memory Box flower die. Docrafts calendars.
Club Scrap Beaches Collection. (Paper no longer available)
I'm going to fill the little vials with sand.
Wooden oars stamped.
 
I've got several more to complete on the horizon that I would love to share with you.
But for now, I'm enjoying the cold, snowy weather of Canada!
 
 

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  1. These are so creative! How do you display them, hang them up? I was thinking what a cute dorm door decor this would be!

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    1. Hi Wendy! The top of the clipboard has a small hanger that slides out so you can hang it on the wall.

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  2. Awesome! There are a couple of lucky someones who'll be excited to get their gifts!

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  3. Love these, Lisa! I just love your sense of style! :)

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