Today I have a quick project to share. I needed something to hold note paper on my desk. I was getting ready to peruse a big office supply store but first I needed to finish in the Silhouette Design Store. I thought why notsearch for desk organization. I couldn’t believe all the choices available. I found this little tray and thought it would be perfect so I skipped the office supply store figuring if this didn’t work out I could still make the trip. I can say it did work out, so I save my self a few dollars to spend on more cut files! 🙂
After making a simple cut in one sheet of 12 x12 I had this perfect little tray that holds 5×7 note cards. I think I might make another one to hold scraps or finished pieces when working a larger project. However you use it this tray is probably the easiet cut file I have ever had the pleasure of working with, plus I love the functionality of it.
It cuts in one piece and then folds up beautifully. I used scor-tape to adhere the corners as I find it has a little more strength than my ATG. I think it took me all of 5 minutes to put this together.
Here is my quick and easy project that looks amazing. Check out those cut-out handles too.
Here is my supply list:
- 1piece of 12 x12 paper
- Silhouette Cameo
- Lori Whitlock Designs 5×7 Serving Tray in the Silhouette Design Store
- Scor Tape
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Until next time,