Picture this: How to create a clipboard gallery

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  • Hang a grid of simple clipboards and you’re ready to create an ever-changing gallery of prints, postcards and kids’ art

    This informal display idea looks great in a kitchen-diner or office. Use identical boards (they don’t have to be fancy – in fact, plainer is better so your pictures really pop).

    Think about what goes where – try not to put too-similar prints side by side as your display will lose its laid-back look.

    Here are the key pieces we’ve chosen for our display:

    Clipboards, £2.99 each, Ryman

    Rose Botanical art print, £18.80, Rifle Paper Co range, Northlight

    ‘Home is…’ print, £25, The Lovely Drawer

    Cactus print, £11.50, The Motivated Type range,
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    ‘A’ print, £13, Eleanor Bowmer range, Notonthehighstreet.com

    ‘B’ print, £13, Eleanor Bowmer range, Notonthehighstreet.com

    Balloons print, £14.95, King & McGaw

    ‘Take a hike’ print, £12, Typo

    ‘Dream big’ print, £5.40, MiniLearners range, Etsy

    Shelf Life print, £15, Seventy Tree

    Pigeon print, £22, Pui range, Scout Editions

    Other prints shown in main picture

    She Be Fierce print, £16, Old English Company

    Monochrome cards, £5 for four, Rastall & Daughters

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