I knew ASCP would stick to the slick surface, so I painted two coats of Old White on one of the clipboards. I painted the other with black chalkboard paint.
Since I thought I would be hanging this clipboard in my kitchen, I used the Graphic Fairy's silverware image.
I made a toner photocopy of my inkjet image. Then I cut closely around the image with a scissors, and spread Mod Podge Photo Transfer Solution over the image with a sponge brush. I carefully laid the image on the bottom of the clipboard and smoothed it out carefully.
When the image was totally dry, I used a water spray bottle to moisten the paper. I then began rubbing my fingertips over the paper until it came off in rolls. I also sealed the clipboard and image with ASCP clear wax.
I cut out a vintage stove polish ad from a December 1917 Ladies Home Journal and added it to the clipboard.
I could also clip a photo or a recipe or even a small recipe booklet.