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Project

Metallic Tray Liner

Created By: Yunhee Kim, Johnny Miller, Laura Moss, ILLOS TK

Introduction

Leftover holiday paper gets a fresh start when used to make decorations for a New Year's party. We used metallic paper to make a set of party-worthy tray liners for serving drinks.

For a final bit of recycling, we grabbed small tart tins from the kitchen and used the shiny containers to hold tea lights.

Materials

  • Rimmed Serving Tray
  • Wrapping Paper
  • Double-Sided Tape
  • Scissors

Steps

  1. Step 1

    Measure the interior base of a rimmed serving tray. Cut wrapping paper to fit. If desired, have paper laminated (at a stationery store or with an at-home kit) for longer wear, cutting paper slightly smaller to allow laminated edges to fit tray.

  2. Step 2

    Insert into tray; secure with double-sided tape if needed.

Source
Martha Stewart Living, January 2009

Reviews (3)

  • PineappleBuffalo 14 Oct, 2011

    Does anyone know where this punch set/ flutes are from? Just love the shape!

  • ColoradoBabe 16 Feb, 2010

    I use a tray everyday for meals and never thought of this idea! I'll be making one of these liners today.

  • BEARSJUSTB-CLAWS 26 Dec, 2009

    Great idea. Thank you.