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New Year New You Printer's Tray

Happy New Year everyone!  Well, ok, it's not the new year yet

but it's Laura here with you today sharing a New Year's

home decor/inspirational printer's tray to get your

new year on the right track!


I've got to admit, I'm not much for resolutions, but

I do like to have some inspirational quotes and thoughts

around to help me be focused, motivated, and as a

little reminder, hey, you've got this!

This tray has a little bit of all of that, while being

full of fun and sparkle. 

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Shiny foil letters create the count down to a New Year

and a New You that is ready to sparkle and shine in 2019!

The Clear Scraps Painter's Trays are so much fun to work

with!  I chose the Rectangle/Square Printer Tray Frame,

but they come in many different shapes and sizes,

and you can find them right HERE in the Clear Scraps

store!  Once you pick out your tray,

you can make it your own, using any papers,

embellishments, and  if you choose sequins, gems,

whatever you'd like.  It's all behind an acrylic layer

that protects everything inside!

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Have you ever tried a printer's tray project?

They are so fun, and easy! 

You just paint the frame with acrylic paint like I did here

(or use ink, or spray mist for example),  fill it up with some

different papers and embellishments,  glue the layers together

with a good strong adhesive like Beacon Zip Dry,

and you are done!  And the best part is,

being able to customize them into anything you want,

any theme, any holiday, and you can also include

family photos from everyday, vacation, or holiday

memories to make it all yours. 

Thanks so much for stopping by and hope you

are inspired to try a printer's tray project in the New Year!


Supplies Used: 

Clear Scraps  Rectangle/Square Printer Tray Frame

Other:  Beacon Adhesive, Prima Moon Child collection paper, stickers,

sequins, AC Thickers, white cardstock, acrylic paint.


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