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Troop Number Wood Clipboard
By Melony Bradley

When you see the “helping hand” symbol on a project, it means you may need adult supervision to do the project. Always use care when using tools or a heat source. Be careful and safe!

Decorate a wood clipboard in a number of ways and add your troop number, team number, etc.

Main supplies:

  • Walnut Hollow ®Wood clipboard, oil pencils in green and white, wood –burner with cone tip point
  • DecoArt® Acrylic paint- light and medium green shades
  • Foam stamps- clover
  • Elmers® School Glue
  • Elmers® Painters® Opaque Paint Markers- pink, green
  • Stencil of choice
  • Pink Scrapbooking paper, white cardstock
  • Royal® Alphabet stickers, number stickers
  • Wooden shapes, circle, teardrops (five)
  • DecoArt® Wood finish stain - golden oak
  • 6” 3/8” grosgrain ribbon- pink with green dots

Basic Supplies:

  • SFoam brush
  • Royal® paint brush


  1. Base coat wood clipboard light green paint.
  2. Use medium green paint to stamp clovers across top and bottom of clipboard.
  3. Stencil on flowers or shape of choice with pink painters pen. Use white oil pencil for center of flowers and green pencil to outline clover shapes. Use wood burner for clover center.
  4. Cut pink paper to 4”x 8.” Mix white glue with water (2 parts glue to 1 part water) and use to decoupage pink paper and tag onto clipboard with foam brush. Cut white cardstock to 1 ½” x 2 ½.” Use alphabet stickers for “troop” and adhere onto white cardstock. Decoupage cardstock to center of tag. Cut white cardstock to two 1 ½” squares and pink paper to two 2” squares. Decoupage to clipboard and use number stickers for troop number.
  5. Coat wooden circles and teardrops with wood stain. Use green paint pen to outline and write troop number on circle. Arrange shapes in a circle on clipboard and glue with white glue. Tie ribbon onto tag.


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