I would like to share these awesome little holiday treat trays with you in hopes that they can make someone's party a more festive event :D Karen Lockhart, my business colleague, is the genius behind these and when she shared them with me my brain started exploding - LOL! So I used the Create-a-cut to embellish the edges. Then the next brainstorm took over and I thought - why not score the paper, cut a decorative edge and punch it with my crop-a-dile and fold it back over itself for contrast, sand it to bring out the white... and then I figured I'd better stop before I make everyone crazy. I'm such a goofball!
So let's try transparencies, grommets, ribbons to tie the corners - I challenge you to share your versions of this tray. The only favor I ask if you do make these is that you share the credit with Karen Lockhart! She is the most generous, amazing, creative genius and I have the great fortune of benefitting from brainstorming with her. Oh what fun we have!!!
Thanks for looking and I hope you enjoy these as much as I have.
Date: Saturday, December 9, 2006 GMT Views: 2264
Registered: November 9, 2004 Location: Wisconsin Posts: 200
Sun, Dec 10, 2006 @ 8:15 AM
WOW what a great little project. Thank you so much for sharing. I am presuming these start out as a square of card stock, cut at the corners and lapped over to create the shape of the tray. And I would also think that the size of the beginning square of cardstock determines the size of the tray. Am I correct?
Thanks again for sharing.