Chalkboard and Clipboard Organization

Yay – i finally have the video up!

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In this video I show you how to organize yourself especially if you have ADHD and need to see your projects at a glance in order to not forget about them. I paint a chalkboard wall and then mod podge clipboards to pretty them up. Later I write on the chalkboard wall to denote the contents of the clipboard. I’m pretty jazzed at how it all has come together. The disorganized part of me is very happy to have added this new tool! I hope you enjoy it too! If you like it why not Pin it to your Organization or art board?  Thank you!

Love, Violette xo

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4 Comments on Chalkboard and Clipboard Organization

  1. Wendy @ the Late Start Studio
    March 13, 2013 at 10:28 pm (7 years ago)

    Looks good Violette . . . love the idea of the collaged clipboards. Adn despite there being different coloured ‘blackboard paints’ available, I like black. How can you have pink or blue blackboard paint – I guess you have to say ‘chalkboard’ – yikky.

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  2. julie :)
    March 14, 2013 at 4:47 am (7 years ago)

    Adding the dream interpretations to the embellished clipboards inspired me!

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  3. julie :)
    March 14, 2013 at 7:53 am (7 years ago)

    PS: Someplace I read that the Talmud says “an uninterpreted dream is like an unread letter”. — I went through my collage journals, using a dream book, and wrote interpretations to match the images. — Your instructions about using dream interpretations jump started activity after not working in the journals for a couple of months Anothe rcreative source would be to use books about numbers, horoscopes and tarot. — So, thanks! Artist unblocked.

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