If the color of the paper is important to you, then I would recommend a smaller tray. If you are using a large round piece of paper, you can use a smaller tray.
The paper you use on your tray will affect the appearance of the tray you use. If you need a light, opaque tray, then you should use a dark colored paper. If you need a dark tray, then you should use a light colored tray. If you do have a preference of paper, then I know there are many who would love to have a tray that matches their tastes.
If you do prefer a lighter tray, you will likely need a dark colored paper. Then again if you do not have a preference, you can use a darker colored piece of paper. Either way, the paper you use on your tray will affect the appearance of the tray you use. If you need a light, opaque tray, then you should use a dark colored paper. If you need a dark tray, then you should use a light colored paper.
That’s the kind of thing we want to hear. The best way to get a tray that is true to your taste is to use a darker colored paper. If you don’t have a preference, you can use a lighter colored paper.
This is a very general rule, but you should definitely use a darker colored paper if you will be using it on your tray. This rule also tends to work well in larger sizes because it takes up less space on the tray.
It’s a good idea, but don’t overdo it. The darker the better. It also helps to be more precise about the paper you buy. If you’re thinking you want a dark colored tray, then buy something that has a lot of dark, black ink. Anything lighter will be too vague and lose its darkness. I find that a dark, black ink works particularly well when using the dark colored paper.
I also like using a black ink for anything that is less than a full sized tray. It adds some darkness, but also makes it easier to read.
The tray I mentioned in my last post works best when used in a smaller size. For larger prints or a table, it’s best to use a larger sized tray since that way you can place them closer together.
The biggest difference between the two is that the smaller one is more likely to be used in a larger print.
To me, the smaller tray is better for larger prints because it is easier to read. For larger prints, however, the larger tray is better because it has more surface area to work with. For a smaller print, the smaller tray might be better because of its larger surface area, but for larger prints it might be better if you can find a smaller tray.