Hello everyone! Anam here with a special Mother's Day project.
I took an everyday kitchen item and made it into something pretty for my kitchen – you could use it for photographs, memories, recipes or even your never-ending to-do list.
I also made a matching clipboard to write down those one liners you hear that make you smile – like my little one who “doesn’t want to be a sister: I want be a super hero because they are better than sisters”.
I thought the Nostalgia release would be perfect for the vintage feeling I wanted for the tray. I used the chipboard, brads and the paper pack.
I used a baking Tray (I got mine from the dollar store) and some magnets. I chose to use E600 to adhere them but you can use a hot glue gun. I added some Ranger Glossy Accents and I found a badge maker kit that I made into a magnet instead. I used Martha Stewart punches for my decorative edges.
Cut your paper to fit into the tray – I pressed mine into the corner to make sure I got the correct inner shape.
Select some papers to make the upright paper strips. I used a punch to make since borders.
I then added the layered cardstock stickers and some chipboard elements. I added Glossy accents to areas to give them more texture.
Pick our your pieces to turn into magnets – I used brads and chipboard diecuts. Snip the prongs off the brads to make them into magnets. Make sure your magnets are strong as more paper reduces the strength between the tray and the magnets.
The giant magnet was one of those kids badge kits I found and all I did was use a diecut from the paper pack and a circle of paper behind it – you could even put a photo in there if you wanted instead.