I used the proofgrade thick clear acrylic for the plates. Thinking the medium thickness might break in usage.
Oh yes, I remember seeing your post last year, thinking at the time I’d never be able to do that!!! Now here we are less than a year later. Back then I was still figuring out how to make a simple keychain. . Yes, there is great satisfaction in figuring these things out and when it finally all lines up just right. I still marvel at myself that I was actually able to make this - thanks to .
Oh yes!!! Wish I was there with you! Love the one especially with the rainbow reflection. great shot!
Haha! I was thinking I’d enjoy it as a piece of art till Christmas time when I intent to give these to a few select (read worthy) recipients with the caution not to stick them in the dishwasher, not to cut on them with a knife, and to be sure to eat from the smooth side. I suspect that most people won’t use it on a daily basis.
Lovely job … love the trays and the stand!
This is impressive, is the tray file blank available?
p.s. I hope you share with us what you come up with!
I was not aware of that thanks for sharing much appreciated!
Sorry I didn’t know I won’t break the rules again… thanks for sharing with me!
Not to worry, it happens a lot to new people who get excited about making stuff! Enjoy.
If you read through this post, you’ll find the necessary info re materials used.
Awesome work…and great inspiration to start that work rolling. You’ve got more layers than Shrek in that work…and its better than a parfait. Love the work, and the rounded edges. Ithaca is a little far from the ocean, but that should keep bringing you back
Those would make great snack trays at a wine tasting event!! I could market those around here very easily