With School starting next week, I have been trying to come up with ideas for both the classroom and the home. A friend gave me a pattern for making some trays with fabric and I thought to myself, why not with paper?
I tinkered with the pattern and came up with my take on "Collapsible Paper Trays".
Trim all around 2 1/4" as shown.
Then fold the corner squares with the crease pointing to the center piece.
Flip over and place washi tape on the other side same as this side. Trim off excess tape with scissors.
Apply to the paper as shown, each corner gets the 'hook' and 'loop' Velcro piece.
Daisy Stripe Teal, Butterfly Stickers, and green washi tape.
Classic Roses, Butterfly Stickers, and pink washi tape.
Tulip Wheels, Butterfly Stickers, Diamond dew Drops, and red with white polka dots washi tape.
There is no wrong size to make these trays. The best part? They fold up for easy storage!
Simply fold the sides inward first, then top and bottom.
Secure with a clip or place inside the front pocket of a school binder.
- Michelle Frae Cummings