"Hello, my name is Nancie Kay and I'm a tray-aholic"...
I'm unloading/loading the kiln yesterday afterschool (..when will it ever end?!?) and as I look around for trays to sort the work, I realize that I must have a severe addiction to trays...
Some of my scavenged/donated freebies are:
Ventilated bread trays
and plastic soda trays that help speed the drying of my claywork.
My cardboard trays are donated by the guys who fill our soda machine every few weeks
and doesn't everybody use the lids to the hundreds of copy paper cases we go through every year?
These flat trays were rescued from science kits that were headed to the dumpster.
My everyday, hands-down favorites are the MARVELOUS clear plastic trays donated by a retired teacher's wife who does home health care.
Some trays were actually purchased with money
These were from Michael's Arts and Crafts - on sale for a buck of course!
Heavy duty trays were purchased by the school when we first opened our doors 8 years ago...
I've addressed my box fetish in a previous post & it appears that trays run a close second...
So - do you think it's genetics or environmental?
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