These paper trays are made using a free pdf template from SC Johnson’s web site.
Here is the link to the free pdf file. This tray is so easy to make and can be made using card stock, cereal boxes, calendars and just about any type of paper you have on hand. I used double sided paper and added an extra layer to the front and back.
Barbara from the Silhouette Plus Forum, created a free file for the Silhouette. If you are interested in the free file, click here to view the forum. You will need to register before you are able to access this file. I have learned so much from this informative message board. Everyone is so helpful and kind.
I used digital wood grained paper that came with my Cameo to create double sided paper and added an extra layer to the front and back for stability. Her file made it so easy! Thanks again Barbara. Did I mention that I love the print and cut feature of my new Cameo?
I made a smaller version of this tray. I used the Cameo file, but you if don’t have a Silhouette, you can resize the free pdf to make a smaller tray. I made double sided paper and added an extra layer to the front and back for stability. You could make smaller trays to hold your glitter or fun treats for your next party.
Have a great day and stay tuned for a fun new technique video. Hint…it is a little messy,but fun!