Monday, February 18, 2013

Paper weaving cures "the uglies"

My altered tray is featured this week on Cool2Craft.

Underneath this pretty woven sheet of handpainted and batik art papers is a super ugly litho image. I found this tray on clearance at the local craft store (gee, I wonder why it was so cheap?) and I just knew I had to alter it. It's made from a lovely dark-stained wood with cut-in handles, perfect for my nightstand.

Click here for my video tutorial and full project instructions - enjoy!


  1. Hi Lisa, I just found your blog and I am so excited. I love playing with paper. In fact I have been having a love affair with paper for over 60 years. Probably since my first coloring book. I love all the different things that you are doing with paper . . . your blog is very inspiring :) I am your newest follower.
    Oh, I'm having a give-away, so please pop on over and enter. I love making new blogging friends.
    Your newest blogging sister, Connie :)

  2. Thank you for showing the close up of the paper! I love this project from afar, but "aclose" is even better


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