I'm hosting this week's 3D Tuesday Challenge over at Paper Craft Planet and today I'd like to share with you a tutorial on how to make a Paperclip Board! This was a fun project to make and you can customize its size and designs to your liking! If you'd like to give it a try, please post your photos HERE and use the tag 3d155 so I can add it to our album!
Cardboard or Chipboard
3 or more Paperclips
3 or more Decorative Brads
Paper Piercer or Tack
Clear Contact® Paper (for use with dry erase markers)
Corner Rounder Punch
Apply adhesive to back of designer paper; adhere to cardboard/chipboard.
Distress edges with ink and sponge if desired.
If using Contact® Paper, peel the backing off and carefully adhere over designer paper. Trim if necessary.
Trim corners if desired. (I used Zutter Corner Rounder 1/2".)
Decide where you'd like to place the paperclips and brads on the board. Punch a hole large enough for the brad prongs to fit through.
I used a paper piecer, but a thick tack will also work.
Slide brad prongs through the small end of the paperclip and then through the hole on board; secure back. Repeat as many times as needed.
All that's left is to decorate and enjoy!
Make sure to add your photos to Paper Craft Planet using the tag "3d155". Thanks so much for stopping by!