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Hi there everybody!!  Laura here with you today to share a

project created with one of the Clear Scraps Printer Trays!

Clear_Scraps_Printer Tray_Make a Pretty Life

Love the fun shape on this one!  It's the Deco Printer Tray Frame.

The top layer of the frame was painted with black acrylic paint.

The back of the tray is a solid piece of chipboard.  To do this

project I used different patterned papers and journal boxes to

cover the back.  You can trace out just one paper to cover it or

paint it.  This time there were some cute sayings and pictures

I wanted to use so I did one section at a time. 

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The top and bottom I used the same kind of paper to give

the project a good base to "frame" it so it didn't get too busy.

One of the ways to give the printer's tray projects a lot of

interest is to create layers.  You have the base paper, you

then can add stickers that are flat.  You can add a few with

a bit of foam tape if it's not too thick.  And you can see where

I added the sequins too for a fun touch.  Then you glue all

the frame pieces together (except the top piece), peel the

protective coating off of the acrylic sheet, glue that down,

and then glue the painted frame on the top.  To finish it off,

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more layers, with some stickers and stickers popped up

with foam tape to give it even more dimension.  These

printer trays are so much fun to do!  You can use them

as home decor, or as cool photo frames for a certain

occasion or special memory.   Check out the Clear Scraps

store too, they have different combinations of openings

in the trays, so you can choose the right one for your

project.  Find them HERE.

Thanks for stopping by today!


Supplies Used: 

Clear Scraps:  Deco Printer Tray Frame

Other:  black acrylic paint, Simple Stories

Hey Crafty Girl paper and stickers, sequins,

foam tape, adhesive.


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