Altered Message Board Instructions & Measurements

Materials needed
1 12x16 canvas frame
1 Mini 8x6 clip board
1 piece of cork 6.75x5.5
2 12x12 Designer paper of your choice with vintage tea related items
1piece of 11x5.5 of thin chipboard
1 glass or porcelain small drawer knob
1 piece of elastics at 11”x .5-.75 wide (color to match)
1 writing pad 5 7/8x4  x “5/8 deep(this is the one I have available you can use anyone you like, but you may have to tinkle with the cover paper measurements) Then for the cover of the paper pad, I use the Tea & Tweets Printable by Ephemera’s Vintage Garden in the following measurements:
2 pieces of paper at 10.5x5 7/8 then score on the 10.5 “side at 2.5, 3.25, 7.25 & 8
1 piece at 4x2.5 for the top of pad cover
Pocket for paper pad: Cut 1 piece of light chipboard at 11x5.5, then on the 5.5” side score 1” then remove 3 3/8 of each side.
2 small pockets for the bottom of board, 1 at 5.5x3.75then 1 at5x3.75, then score on 3 sides
Tools Needed
Paper trimmer, scissors, ruler, mud posh, medium brush, heat gun, score board, bone folder, score tape & any embellishments of your chice

Follow the slice show video for directions

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Gina Cangin said...

These are Amazing!!! <3

Gladys W Moreno said...

Thanks for stoping by, make sure you sign up do you get our updates, from freebies, techniques & samples, always a pleasure to talk you, cheers

Karen Bahit said...

Gladys, you have a beautiful blog. Thank you for sharing.

Gladys W Moreno said...

Thanks Karen, and also for taking the time to comment, hope we can keep in touch, cheers

Ally White Cat said...

Thank you for your generous freebies. They are so beautiful
susan s

goodling4 said...

Just found your site today via Artfully Musing and wow, I'll need to pull up a chair and stay awhile as your blog is so right up my vintage alley! Thank you for serving as such an inspiration to everyone!
The Freebies are fabulous! Thank you so much.
Gina G

Gladys Wright Moreno said...

most welcome

Rhonda Millsap said...

This is absolutely beautiful ... I have viewed many bottles this is of top 3 wow... I love it... Did you use glue paste to adhere it all ... And us that wax with some type of gold tint on top... It is so unique ... There is do many directions to go with this.., can you let me know the finishing touchings ... I like to share it with my Women's Inspirstion group ... Or maybe just make my own for my own vanity... Please email me...