For my latest trick, I’ve added fun papers to the inside of a tray for instant DIY organization. It’s not really a trick, actually – it was too easy to be considered a trick. It didn’t take long to do, and once you see the original tray you will see what a big difference paper can make. Are you interested in decoupaging a tray of your very own? Continue to see how I did it.
Gather These Supplies
It’s a nice tray, but it needed a little something.
I carefully measured each compartment. The two smaller ones and the two larger ones were the same size.
Carefully measure your papers and trim them to fit. Make sure that they fit in each compartment, and if they don’t, keep trimming until they do.
Add a medium layer of Mod Podge to the inside of the tray compartments. Do one at a time.
This is where the squeegee from the tool set comes in handy. You’ll place the paper into each compartment and smooth it down – the squeegee helps get into the corners. Let the paper dry for 15 – 20 minutes.
Paint several layers of Mod Podge over the paper in each compartment. Let the tray dry for 24 hours before using.
It’s the subtle things that count, my friends. I love my new tray, and now I just need to fill it with tons of crap!