Inspiration Clipboard –  with Portraits & Figures

Art itself is a soulful reminder of the beauty in life

“Make your dreams your to-do list”

{Inspiring Words}  Have you ever come across a saying, a phrase, a poem, a quote, a proverb, an idiom that speaks to your heart, touches your soul, and urges you to own it?  It could be a tender, loving, soulful whisper, or a piece of ingenious advice, an encouragement, or a reminder to embrace the value or positivity that is essential in fostering our courage and well-being.  Sometimes, we just need to hear these words often so not to forget how to love and care for our heart and soul.




Do you have a favorite quote? What is your motto of life, love, work, and play? In this 3-hour workshop, we will be creating a personalized Inspiration Clipboard using different medium and mixed-media art methods. We will explore the uses of traditional fine art and craft supplies such as rubber stamps, markers, paint, photographs, and papers in this project. The Inspiration Clipboard is fun to make and is a great way to express your creativity. The finished project can be used as a traditional paper clipboard, as a picture frame, or to furnish your home or work space. It make excellent gift for kids, teachers, families and friends. No prior art experience required.

Class Size:

Maximum 4 (in Studio)


$40.00 – 3 hours Session

Please inquire about group discount and multiple session special discounts.

What to bring:

  • Supplies used in this workshop will be provided.
  • (Optional) You are welcome to bring your own Basic Tool Kit to class (if you already have one)
  • (Optional) Images of your choosing (magazine clippings, photographs, your own artworks)
  • Please wear comfortable and casual clothes as we might get messy when creating
  • An adventurous and open-mind

Note: No matter what type of image(s) you choose to use for this project, thin paper (e.g. photocopy paper) is recommended, since we don’t want to create massive lumps or uneven surfaces on the clipboard which can be used to write on after it is completed.