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In Full Bloom Tray Liner How-To

Martha Stewart Weddings, Summer 2010

Print clip art onto 11-by-17-inch paper (or larger depending on the size of your tray).

If your printer does not handle these sizes, copy the clip art onto a disc or thumb drive, and take it to a copy shop or office-supply store with a printing department.

Cut to fit the tray with a utility knife. Secure with double-sided tape if needed.

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Comments (1)

  • basketpam 17 Jul, 2010

    Some attractive gift wrap paper will do the same thing with much less work and a great deal faster. Why go through all the trouble of printing things on a printer, enlarging it when you can just unfold or unroll some wrapping paper? Please, sometimes Martha Stewart site makes things SO much more difficult. They take the dumbest things sometimes and try to make them seem so chic and crafty. Personally I think the paper makes it look tacky and cheap.