mandy munroe

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Print Tray Makeover

Inspired by my friend Jemma who is hunting for just the right print tray for her Jemmanimals stand at the Handmade Market in Waterbury CT , I hunted down mine in the back of a cupboard that I’ve been meaning to clean and freshen up. I gave it a good wipe down and found a nice fresh shirting from Margo at Newcastle Fabrics.

I measured the inside spaces and cut Heat and Bond to fit. These were then ironed onto the shirting to minimize frayed edges and provide a little “grab”. After peeling off the paper backings I just laid the pieces into the spaces and smoothed them down.

…….Jem I hope you find one, I’m already using mine! 🙂
Have a great time at the Market. Let’s hope everyone is buying handmade for the holidays!

www.newfabs.com

www.etsy.com/shop/jemmanimals

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2 comments on “Print Tray Makeover

  1. Stephanie
    November 22, 2012

    What a super idea! I wonder where I can find a print tray!

    • mandymunroe
      November 27, 2012

      How about a day out thrifting? – when are you free!

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