Amy or Emily), but I do love the stuff.
First up, you'll need some supplies. I bought everything at Michael's.
- A plain wooden tray (this was about $4 in the unfinished wood section)
- A can of spray paint (more on this later)
- Mod Podge
- Fancy paper (the paper I used was heavier weight, like cardstock - did you guys know there's Amy Butler paper?! You scrapbookers have the coolest stuff!)
- Spray sealer (optional)
2. Let the tray dry, then pick your paper - I picked two prints from this pack of 12 x 12 Amy Butler paper. The inside of my tray is about 13" wide, so I'm using one main print then adding a stripe border. To cut the main paper to size, line up the edge of the paper on one long edge of the tray. Holding that in place, push the paper against the opposite long edge to make a crease, just like in the picture. Then, take the paper out of the tray and cut along the crease.
If you make one, I'd love to see pictures!