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Clipboard Album Tutorial

Clipboard Album Tutorial

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Published by: Susanna Boyd on Jan 26, 2009
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06/17/2009

 
Clipboard Paper Bag Album
Tutorial by Lori Teclerhttp://inkingaloud.blogspot.com
Materials:Bella Rose Designer Series PaperAlways stamp setCardstock (Riding Hood Red, Pink Pirouette, Close to Cocoa, Very Vanilla)Ink (Riding Hood Red, Pink Pirouette, Close to Cocoa)Round tab punchCorner rounderAssorted coordinating embellishments: ribbon, punches, brads, chipboard, dimensionalsPaper bags (I used 4 5/8” by 2 7/8” 8 5/8” white bags purchased at Michaels, but othersizes and/or colors can be substituted)6”x9” wood clipboard (purchased at AC Moore)Mod Podge and foam brushSewing machine
 
1.Trim designer paper to cover clip-board to 6” by 9”. Use corner rounderto round the corners to match the clip-board’s shape.1.Use a screwdriver to remove clipfrom clipboard.1.Place paper on clipboard and markwhere the holes for attaching the clipare. Use a hole punch to punch outthe marks. Line the paper up on theclipboard. Apply Mod Podge or similarproduct to clipboard. Cover with pa-per, then add an additional coat of ModPodge. Let dry, then replace clip.Note: If desired, paint the edges of the clipboard in a coordinating color of acrylic paint before applying paper tothe front.
All images © Stampin’ Up! ® 1990-2008
 
1.Trim paper bags to form album. Cutoff bottom end of each bag. If desired,trim bags to different lengths. Here,each bag is one inch shorter than thebag behind it (5” long, 6” long, 7” long).1.Cut a 4 ¾” by 7” piece of paper forthe cover. Make a score mark 1” fromthe end of the left side of the cover.Corner round the two corners on theside opposite the scored line.1.Use a sewing machine to attach cov-er and pages. I used a zig zag stitchon a Janome Sew Mini machine andwas able to stitch through all of thepages and the cover.1.Decorate cover as desired. To hidethe stitching, add a 1” x 4 ¾” piece of coordinating paper to the left side of the cover.1.Cut paper for album pages. Beloware measurements for each page. Youmay need to adjust this depending onthe size of the bags you use.PageMeasurements1, 24x 4 5/8” 3, 45x 4 5/8” 5, 66x 4 5/8” 

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