Hi, Connie here with a great new product from Clear Scraps. It is called a Printer Tray and it can be treated like a shadow box or a scrapbook page. It is made from chipboard and comes with an acrylic front. Small items can be added, to a section of the tray, just like with the small shakers. Let me show you ~
I created this one using memorabilia from a recent basket ball game we attended. I even added heart beads to one of the sections. This project can be displayed or added to a scrapbook, which is what I will do with this one. It is thin enough it will fit in the plastic page sleeve. I created a step out to show how this was created.
*Adhere the pattern paper to the back of the printer tray. Sand edges.
*Lay out the photos you want to include and trim them to fit in the space on the printer tray.
*Adhere the photos and memorabilia into the sections on the printer tray.
*Do a test and lay the chipboard frame over the top to make sure it is in the proper section.
*Paint the top frame and let it dry.
*Adhere the acrylic front the bottom chipboard frame.
*Adhere the painted frame over the acrylic front.
Circle Printer Tray by Clear Scraps
This was a fun project and I look forward in creating with other printer trays.
Connie Mercer/DT Member