Since a few people have asked, here are my basic directions- get a clipboard. Cover surface with Mod Podge and smooth on a sheet of pretty scrapbook paper. (measure and trim around the clip at the top,) Add a layer or 2 of Mod Podge on top of the paper if you want. For the pocket, I just got a piece of white cardstock and trimmed it to be the width of my clipboard, which was about 9" and 8 1/2" long, and then folded down 4" on the top and bottom and that left me with about 1/2" in the middle to hold stuff. Then I made little accordian folded strips out of colored cardstock for the sides, and I attached it together with double stick tape. Then I put some patterned paper on the front of the pocket, and cut a scalloped circle and initial on the Cricut and stuck those on top of the pocket. If I did them again, I would either use double sided patterned or colored cardstock for the pocket, or line the inside of the pocket too. I got the pocket idea from a blog called OurBigEarth and you can see their detailed tutorial HERE. I think I first saw these simple modern looking ones on Martha Stewart:
But you could get really crafty with ribbon and chipboard etc too.
I really like to make stuff: food, cards, scrapbooks, sewing projects, crafts, etc, but finding the time to actually DO those things without neglecting my home, husband, and kids is difficult! I love Dr. Pepper with a passion, and my husband Sam too! (and I use way too many exclamation points when typing!)