Posts under this heading include projects that are made to help organize processes or events in our lives. It will include gift boxes, home decor items, projects for specific holidays or occasion.
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,