Friday, April 17, 2009

Teacher's Week: Clipboard & Pencil Holder

There are 2 new projects to complete Teacher's Week:
I've held on to these clip boards for a while - I finally got a chance to use them. It turned out great! The back of the clipboard is also covered with Brilliant Blue CS. The edges of the clipboard are inked with Brilliant Blue Stampin' Write Pen.

The Writing Pad is removable:

A close-up:

The second project: Pencil Holder Box

Revealing 6 pencils with the top off:

Supplies:
  • Stamps: Tart & Tangy, Nursery Letters Jumbo Wheel
  • CS: Real Red, Summer Sun, Brilliant Blue, Whisper White
  • Ink: Real Red
  • Accys: Scallop Punch, 1-3/8" Circle Punch, 1-1/4" Circle Punch, 1" Circle Punch, 5/8" wide Real Red Striped Grosgrain Ribbon, On Board Clipboard, Dimensionals, Sticky Tape.

Thank you for stopping by this week. I hope you all enjoyed the many projects posted. Let me know if you did enjoy them by posting your comments. Don't limit these projects just for Teachers. With a small color change, they can be used for any gift giving gesture. Have a great weekend.

7 comments:

Debbie said...

Loved the post-it note holder on Splitcoast and these other two projects are awesome too! Teacher appreciation week is May 5-9, hoping to send these to school with the kids. Where did you get the narrow paper pad for the clipboards?

Karli said...

Cute projects any teacher will love. I have enjoyed your "themed" weeks with the cakes & teacher gifts. Thanks for sharing :)

Creations by Patti said...

Information for Debbie: The paper is a Tablet that is 5x8. I happen to find it at a Dollar Store (sold in packs of 5 tablets) but know you can also get at Target. Take it to Fed X-Kinkos copy store to have it cut in half. There is a small fee to do that.

Going with the Flow By Renee said...

You are so clever Patti! These are very cute and inspirational! Renee

nuts4stampin said...

Patti, this entire teacher's series you've done is adorable! Thanks so much for sharing!

MaryJo Marshall said...

I love everything that you made in your teachers week. I just wish I had kids who were little - mine are in college!! Thanks so much!
MaryJo

Sonja said...

Loving all your teacher's week creations. You've used the Tart & Tangy set so well. Gorgeous!