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Friday, May 14, 2010

Altered Clipboard by Amy Heller

It's that time of year -- end of school year teacher gifts for those of us with little ones. Here's a fantastic altered clipboard by Amy. Amy gave it to her daughter's teacher and you know she loved it!








Did you notice all of the little signatures? Too cute, what a treasure.

Every week at this time I prepare the schedule for the following week. I browse through the Design Team submissions and pick out what we'll be featuring in the coming days. You just won't believe the amazing projects the SRM Design Team has in store next week! I have so much to show you, next week is loaded! Have a great weekend and we'll see ya again on Monday...

Psst...I'm in the mood for a weekend giveaway, how about you? Just leave a comment on this post by Sunday night at Midnight and I'll choose a random winner to receive a collection of SRM School Stickers, everything Amy used for her altered clipboard! :)


jenyfur

26 comments:

cmil111 said...

What a great idea, any teacher would love this.

donna mikasa said...

What teacher wouldn't love this? Too cute--especially with the signatures!

Melissa S said...

Fab clipboard!! I would love to make something like this for my girls teacher. I would also love to win somr great SRM stickers!!!

Jocelyn said...

Oh this is just Fabulous...What a wonderful gift and with school coming to a close soon...I think this would make a perfect gift for Evan's wonderful teacher!!!

Thanks for sharing!!!

sunnyflou said...

Everything appears on this site.. i love. all the creations are so creative, funny, full of energy and colours ... a giveaway? i hope :)

Karen B. said...

What a bright and cheery project! Sure to be treasured. Love how the Cosmo paper works so well with SRM.

erinrwillis said...

The signatures are the best part. How sweet!

And, I just LOVE all of the ribbon Amy used!!!

{VICKI} said...

What a treasure for their teacher

craftymom205 said...

Love the altered clipboard. Great idea.

Princess Danell said...

Cute idea! Im sure any teacher would love a fancy clipboard...except maybe not my son's teacher...a stuffy man. I am having a hard time winning him over with ruffles and ribbons. Stubborn dude! At least he is a great teacher.

Carol said...

What an awesome project! I love the ribbon.

Carol B
ciaoitalia2007@gmail.com

smahrty said...

I love to make teacher gifts and my kids like giving them! Thanks for the give away chance.

mustangkayla said...

Wow...what a super cute clipboard!

Cynthia B. said...

This clipboard is amazing! I love the colors and all the ribbons...and most of all - I love how the kids signed this gift for their teacher!! :)

PamS said...

This is too cute...I think any teacher would love to get this. I love all the signatures, they are so precious.

Kathy D said...

Well, it would be great to get something new!
I really enjoyed seeing the Teacher gift, I hadn't thought about that idea, but maybe next year, I can make one.
ave a wonderful weekend,
Kathy ;)

Virginia L. said...

Awesome project! Love your way of using those amazing stickers!

Jennifer Hansen said...

Loving the clipboard!

Jennifer Hansen said...

Loving the clipboard!

Jennifer Hansen said...

Loving the clipboard!

Gina said...

Super cute clipboard! (oh, and pick me! ;)

Tanya Tahir said...

this is so cute, I love it :)

Melissa said...

what a great teacher gift! Very special!

Sew-Ink said...

Fabulous clipboard! Love all the fun bright ribbons!

Jan said...

I would love to win some of these stickers. I am so curious about them. Thanks Jenyfur

Deirdre said...

Adore these stickers... wow.... amazing project. What teacher wouldn't be thrilled with this.

 
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