Artist Tray and Tree of Life
March 23, 2010

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Jean (posted 4 years 6 months ago)
These are great. THANKS!!!!
Jean
Sara (posted 4 years 6 months ago)
The artist tray is an excellent way to save those smaller school pictures of your children or grandchildren!
Bernice Etheridge (posted 4 years 6 months ago)
This is my first time viewing a webisode. It was wonderful. It certainly gave me some food for thought in terms of a way to use my paper crafts. I loved the tree of life in particular. Something to put on my wish list.
Barb (posted 4 years 6 months ago)
Thanks guys--loved the vintage tray-looks like something I would do w/my assorted treasures. Certainly show that papercrafting is multi-demenisional. What fun...
Betty (posted 4 years 6 months ago)
I am new to paper crafting . I am very much surprised at what all can be done. Thank you so much for the videos
Jean (posted 4 years 6 months ago)
I love the idea of the tree of life. I think that it would make a wonderful Family Tree. Displaying pictures with the grandparents at the top and then the branches going down to the bottom.
MLee (posted 4 years 6 months ago)
These are 2 great ideas for those of us who love paper and dimension and do not scrapbook. Thanks for presenting them - loved the Heritage Box!!
sharon (posted 4 years 6 months ago)
I saw these in the catalog and have been hoping you would do a webisode with how to use them. Now I know so I can order. Also love the tree. I have a small Christmas tree in my craft room for all the decorations I make each year. Now I can use the this tree for all my other crafts. THanks for the ideas. I can't believe Sara is not going to be doing webisodes much longer. I will miss her greatly.
Peggy Bainbridge (posted 4 years 6 months ago)
The Artist Tray is indeed like the typesetter drawers of a while back. I used to have one on my wall filled with miniature treasures. I also made a glass covered collection box of my son's baby items that hung on the wall. So I think it is a fabulous idea for paper art too now!!! Congratulations on a great idea!!!
Jessica (posted 4 years 6 months ago)
I've often wondered about these trays. I may have to have one! TFS
lizette pretorius (posted 4 years 6 months ago)
Excellent!
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