14 | You’ll Never Walk Alone



series warnings: mature themes, strong language, violence, substance abuse, eventual smut. this chapter contains graphic content such as violence, death, grief and injury recovery

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✨Let sorority sugar help you with some step-by-step instructions for crafting unique sister gifts this holiday season! Here are several guides to handcrafting adorable gifts for your favorite sisters. ✨

Top 7 Craft Letter Tracing Techniques

How to Decorate a Sorority Clipboard

How to Make Sorority Instagram Photo Coasters

How to Paint a Sorority Preppy Mason Jar

How to Paint Sorority Canvas Shoes

How to Paint a Wooden Badge Box

How to Paint a Wooden Sorority Chair

The Super Ultimate Guide to Cooler Painting

Top 15 Tips for Crafting a Fabulous Paddle

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//Headcanon: A Wild Chocobo Chase

Ok! A follow up headcanon for you after talking to @iwantthemtoo .

During their time in the Nibelhiem lab, both Cloud and Zack had tracking chips implanted as well, just in case. Zack was unaware of this post escape, until he grew suspicious after two very early uncomfortably close calls.

Dutifully he made sure there was enough space between them and any retrieval teams before he stopped and checked over both himself and Cloud until he found the implantation sites and managed to remove the chips. Except, instead of destroying them or simply leaving them in one place and leaving, Zack got an idea.

Several days later, as Zack and Cloud were finally off the mountain heading south, the Turks, finally called in for assistance, were going north west, towards the entirely opposite side of the mountain.

A week after Zack discovered the chips, Hojo was presented with two very confused and agitated wild chocobo’s, one yellow, one black, each holding Cloud and Zack’s microchips respectively, buried somewhere under the layers of feathers.

It took everything within Tseng’s power and every ounce of self control not to show how amused he was as Hojo, understandably threw a fit.
Reno had Hojo’s clipboard thrown at him for laughing too hard.

Edit Bonus: ‘Cloud’ steals Hojo’s glasses off his face because they’re shiny and proceeds to play keep away, standing just tall enough to where Hojo can’t reach while Cissnei is holding onto its tether.
Reno almost passes out from laughing so much.

🎀 get the look: how to decorate a sorority clipboard! 🎀

Looking for a creative big/little craft? Decoupage and paint a wood clipboard for a one-of-a-kind sister gift! Clipboards are the perfect gift for officers and big/littles. Make your clipboard extra cute and your sister will love it. xoxo ;)


  • Plain wood clipboard
  • Sandpaper 
  • One or two colors of acrylic paint 
  • Foam or regular brush for paint
  • Foam brush for Mod Podge
  • Mod Podge matte finish
  • Heavy weight scrapbook or calendar paper in a sorority friendly design
  • Scissors
  • Paper corner rounder
  • Small squeegee 
  • Your choice of accents: ribbon, pearls, glitter, decals, rhinestones, etc… 
  • Hot glue for attaching embellishments

STEP 1: Sand the clipboard

  • Gently sand the surface front and back with a fine gauge sandpaper. 
  • Wipe with a clean cloth to remove all particles.

STEP 2: Paint the back

  • With a regular or foam brush paint two coats on the back. 
  • Wrap the paint around the edges to cover about 2″ on the front. Or paint the entire clipboard if you are not decoupaging. 
  • Allow paint to completely dry.

STEP 3: Paint the clip

  • Cover the clipboard surface with paper for protection. 
  • Paint the clip in an accent color, or a matching color.
  • Allow to dry completely. Apply a 2nd coat.

STEP 4: Decoupage the front

  • Cut heavy weight scrapbook paper to size. 
  • For added interest you can use two different papers that compliment each other. 
  • Round the corners with a corner rounder (sold at craft stores.)
  • Apply Mod Podge to the front of the clipboard. 
  • Apply Mod Podge to the bak of the scrapbook paper.
  • Carefully lay the paper down on the surface of the clipboard.
  • Smooth it down with a hand squeegee to eliminate wrinkles and bubbles. This is an important step!

STEP 5: Total Mod Podge

  • After the paper application has dried, Mod Podge the entire surface front and back. This gives the clipboard a wipeable surface and protects the paper. 

STEP 5: Embellish your clipboard 

  • Add ribbon accents, pearl trim, or monogram decals, 
  • Decorate the clip with pearls, ribbons, or rhinestones. 

Alternative Methods: 

  • Purchase a plastic clipboard and decorate with vinyl sorority decals and fun shapes like polka dots. 
  • Spray paint your wood clipboard instead of hand painting. 
  • Use blue painters tape to paint fun designs like a chevron pattern on the back and/or front. 
  • If you are going to hand paint an artistic design, trace it first for a more professional look.
  • Paint a sorority design on a clear acrylic clipboard.  

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{DIY inspiration: The Nest Effect. Photo inspiration: Pinterest.}