For any of you that are dabbling in paints whether it be acrylic, spray inks, Dr. Ph Martin's India Ink, Liquitex inks, or even your stamping ink reinkers, having a palette or tray to use can be very helpful. Roben-Marie suggests using the lid from yogurt cups or pudding cups. The ones I like to use are from the YoCrunch yogurts.
I not only use these for mixing paint but I use it for gesso and for "stamping." Here you can see how I put some Adirondack paint on the bottom of the cup and stamped circles onto my layout I shared in this post on Friday. You can see the circles on the top and bottom right-hand side of the page..
So fun! Another great item I have found that works well is product packaging that has a tray. For example, Maya Road embellishments tend to come in a package where the product sits in a tray. When you open the back of the package, you will find that there is a plastic tray that the product is sitting in. These trays work great for paint cups!
So start a stack of cups and/or product trays and recycle what can easily be used for your paints and stamping. Have a fun and blessed Tuesday!