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Oh my, the photo of your girls holding hands praying, made me cry. What a wonderful, beautiful moment captured. The clipboard is fab. Makes me want to try one.

Your work is beautiful! Can you share with me where you found those little plastic boxes for your ribbon from 09/05/10? Thank you!

Angie, the plastic boxes are made by Cropper Hopper. They are called the mini embellishment boxes. They used to sell 3 sizes, and are great for all ribbon sizes. Now they only sell the minis but they still work great for ribbons 1/2" and under. LOVE them. I have used them for about 5 years or more. :)

And thank you, Kathy and Angie, for your sweet words. Kathy, you really should try one. They are fun!!

Thanks for the instructions. I nearly always want a writing utensil with my clipboard, so mine (plain for now)has a cord attaching a pen so people can sign a card, list, etc., or just so I can make notes. I reckon the cord could match the papers once I get it altered. Any suggestions on decoupaging fabric onto the board?

Thanks a lot---Jennifer

When you are making an altered Clipboard. How do you keep the surface smooth? When I add embelishments or pictures then I have bumps and it makes a writing surface competely unusable.

I wish I'd discovered this site before I started my business. I would have avoided a lot of mistakes.

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