I've played around with plywood patterns. It's great fun. Started with

this bench/shoerack, then the front of this

chest of drawers, and now, for my daughters birthday this tray that is supposed to be used for her obsession with eating sunflower seeds

The devider slides back and forth or can be left at the side. The idea is that she can have the shells of the sunflower seeds on one side, and the actual seeds on the other side.

The pattern is made from 12mm birth plywood cut into 60° sticks

And glued 3 of them together into these sticks

Left them with elastics overnight

I sliced them

And glued them togher in a pattern. I did make a few mistakes there, but it's mindboggling boring to put those together, and it was late at night

The sides are made from some oak left over from my

daybed project that I angled by taking of ~20° from the side.

The devider is hanging of a brass rod that I had left over from the bench project linked above

I added OSMO 3032 and voila!

It's her birthday the 14th - she is a total teenager, so I wonder how she would feel about this rather than the latest iphone