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Personalized Clipboard Frame

Personalized Clipboard Frame

Posted by DecoArt on Aug 18th 2015

Hello there! One of the hottest color combinations right now is coral, mint, and gold.  Today I am sharing how you can create your own personalized clipboard frame using those gorgeous colors with DecoArt Americana paint and stencils.  This fun little project is a nice way to change out your decor.  I like the idea of displaying cards, letters, typographic art, grocery lists, pictures your kids draw and more with a clipboard.

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First, I started by painting one side of the wooden frame using Americana Acrylics in Coral Blush using a small foam brush.  This color is absolutely gorgeous and my new favorite color.  I really want to paint everything this color, it is that amazing.  I purchased the wooden frame at my local craft store because I liked the design in that it's not your traditional square frame.  It has some character to it.  Let this layer of paint dry before continuing on to the next step.

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After the Coral Blush paint has dried I added two more paint colors to the frame.  I placed the Americana Segmented Swirls Stencil over the frame.  Next, I dabbed Mint Julep Green over the stencil using a small round foam brush.  I held the stencil by my hand while applying the paint.  After the Mint Julep Green paint was dry, I added touches of Metallic Gold in random areas of the stencil.

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Once all of the paint has dried you can remove the stencil from the frame.  To make this a clipboard, I hot glued a small wooden clothespin that I painted using the Metallic Gold paint to the frame.  I also placed a piece of gray scrapbook paper to the back of the frame using an adhesive tape runner.  The clipboard frame is done, now it's time to personalize it!

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I painted a small kraft paper bow using the Mint Julep Green paint and attached it to the clothespin using an adhesive foam square.  I am loving this gold foil You're Golden card from A Beautiful Mess Happy Mail.  The card really goes great with the gold paint.

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And, you can change the art display to match your mood, the options are endless! I think it is such a fun and great way to turn a regular frame into something that is personalized.

What would you display on your clipboard frame?

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