Covering a clipboard with paper is pretty easy, but I have found out a few tricks (after making dozens of these) that might come in handy.
This is my first tutorial, so any feedback would be great.
First you’ll need a clipboard, paper, mod podge, old credit card (or something to smooth out the paper, craft knife, emery board or sand paper, paint (optional) and ribbon (also optional)
If you decide you want to paint the clipboard (so the edges aren’t the kraft color, and if you don’t want the back plain) you will want to do that first and allow it to dry. On this one I liked the natural look of the MDF without the paint.
Next you’ll cut out the paper to fit the clipboard. It’s a good idea to make a template out of copy paper before you cut into your scrapbook paper, it will help with the adjustments for the “clip” part. A regular 12X12 piece of paper will be just short for a standard clipboard, so I like to use a coordinating piece to fill in the gap- at the top or the bottom, instead of trying to “piece” together a repeat in the pattern. I also cut the paper just a “smidge” (very technical) larger than the clipboard, it’s nice to have some “fudge” room when gluing the paper down. Do a test run with the paper to make sure you’re happy with the fit.
Cover the clipboard with a thin layer of Mod Podge and place your paper on top. This is where the credit card comes in handy to help smooth all the air bubbles out.