Friday, 12 June 2015

Tando - Printer Trays - Neil Walker

Morning all,

Hope you are all well, can't believe we are coming up to the 
longest day soon, half way through the year and then the 
downward spiral to Christmas.  That is scary!!

I'm guessing you have realised that Pauline Wheeler 
is sadly not with us anymore.  She has moved on to 
pastures new and we wish her all the best with that!!

We shall be getting some more guest designers on here
to give you some extra projects!

This week we are featuring Tando Printer Trays.
They come in a variety of shapes and are very easy to 

So, today we have Neil  to show you what he
has been up to.....

My printers tray.
A quick and simple treat.

Begin by painting some black card with an assortment of DecoArt
 Interference colours.
Paint the tray elements black.
Glue the base of the tray onto the painted card using Faux Finish
 Medium and glue the top elements to the painted card.

Stamp your sentiment onto the tray using black archival ink.

To finish, add some  tiny die cut flowers and a larger flower 
to the tray.
Cut a butterfly shape out of black card and paint with interference
 paint and add to tray along with some bits of wire.

Well, that is beautiful, love the colours!!
Those  paints are so vibrant.

This is what Neil used -

I'll be back tomorrow with another lovely project!

See you then,

Jane x


  1. Wow Neil! This is just stunning!!! x

  2. Well I gasped when I saw the first pic. Think I am rather liking this beautiful creation! The colours & that butterfly are stunning! Wanted to know what interference paints did, can now buy some & play. Tfs

  3. Love these colours, bet they are better in real life too!


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