This Display Tray is a 5x7 fold out wooden tray with divided sections. You can get a closer look at it on page 125 of the 2013 Spring/Summer Idea Book. It sells for $18.95. Talk to your CTMH consultant to order your's, but if you don't have a consultant you can click on over to my website to get your hands on one.
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Here is what I did with this display tray.
To be honest, I was a little intimidated by this product. I wasn't sure what to do with it. It was so nice looking, I wasn't sure I could use it properly, but when the choice was made to use this tray for the hop, I took it as a challenge and jumped in with both feet. These photos were taken over a year ago, but I still love creating with them. They've made it on to some layouts already, but those will be hidden in albums, so I decided to use them for permanent display. I had a very different plan when I started, but as I started working, I made small changes (and some big ones) to my plan. I even ended up flipping the whole thing around, but I love how it turned out!
Here are close ups of each side. There is no stamping in this project. I only used ink on the edges of papers and on the wooden embellishments.
Dreamin' paper pack (retired)Mini-Medley Accents, Wooden
Mini Clothes Pins
Durables Artisan Studs
Colour-Ready Garden wooden shapes
Chocolate Waxy Flax
Harvest Charms (retired)
Keyboard Kraft Alphabet
3-D Foam Tape
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