Shop for a paper plate at the store & copy this sweet concept

A trinket tray is a great addition to any room and serves multiple purposes. From an aesthetic viewpoint, a trinket tray adds an element of decoration to table runners. From a functional standpoint, a trinket tray keeps your most needed items where you can grab them quickly.
This cute trinket tray is a great project for photographers or budding photographers to enhance their flat lays and add style to their photos. You need only four supplies that you probably already have.
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Materials
- Paper plate
- Roll of twine
- Hot-glue gun
- Scissors
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Instructions
1. Tie a knot at the end of your row of twine.
2. Put a drop of hot glue in the middle of your paper plate, making sure the plate is facing up.
3. Put the knotted end of your twine in the middle.
4. Go around the knot clockwise with another row of glue.
5. Wind and glue the twine in a circular clockwise fashion, positioning each strand next to the previous one.
6. Continue until the entire plate is covered with twine.
7. Cut the end of your twine, and glue it to the plate so it doesn't stick out.
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