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For our August workshop I created these fun Clipboard stands that can be used for so many different things. If you would like to see the full DIY tutorial, click here.
One of my favorite things these days are all of the amazing free printables you can find all over the internet. I have an entire Pinterest page dedicated to ones I love and you can find that here. All of the printables you will see used for this event were not created by me, and are all available via pinterest and the original creators websites.
One of the ways I use these fun clip boards in our home is for the kids’ chore charts. I used Velcro to attach them to the side of our fun lockers.
This was such a fun project with many different options, but it all started with some basic MDF that my sweet lumber boy at Home Depot cut for me. Did you know they will do that? It’s true, such a timesaver for this girl!
One of my favorite things about Craft club is getting to set everything up. Each space is set with all of the supplies needed along with the attendees name tag/punch card and a cute mason jar for a tasty beverage.
Here are a few photos to get a better idea of how my layout works inside my home.
I used the dining room to set up the lamination station, to allow for more room to create out in the workshop area.
I used an old metal shelf to hold all of the paints and spread the papers out on the table below.
Since it was later summer I had an abundance of produce in my garden that needed to be eaten. Mainly cucumbers, tomatoes and basil. I also made the mini pumpkin pies from Jen at Tatertots & Jello, which were amazing! All of the appetizers were a big hit, especially the spinach dip filled cucumbers. Makes me anxious for summer again!
One of my favorite things about craft club is seeing ladies come together, some friends, some strangers, but always having a great time.
And last but not least, you know everyone who leaves The CRAFT House must have their photo taken on the way out the door. Here are some photos of completed projects.