Thanks to all of you who sent me photos of the pretty cake stands you made after watching my tutorial.
You did some fun and creative things and I can’t wait to make a few more now!
Debbie found two graduating sizes of glass votive cups that she used for the bases, and one of the glass plates has a nice rose etching. She also used two matching candle holders and two matching glass saucers to make two small matching shorter stands. Love them!
Terri went to Joanne Fabric Store for their after Easter sale and found these adorable green ceramic plates and matching egg holders in the clearance section. She turned the egg holders upside down, and put the plate on top! She purchased two plates and two egg cups for under $5.00.
These next beautiful cake stands came all the way from Lancashire, England from Lisa! Thank you for sharing Lisa. I love how you placed the teacup on top!! May I come for tea while I am there in June!?
Penny had fun finding her materials at the thrift store and put together some lovely combinations. I am particularly fond of the pink one!
I love the use of the brass candle holder on Marsha’s version.
Leah hosted a bridal shower last week. She and a friend made four cake plates to use at the food table. They then presented the new bride with the plates as a gift. Most of the items used to make the cake plates were found at local thrift and antique stores. What a special gift for the new bride!
Traci was looking to add height to the “candy bar” containers at her son’s wedding reception and when she saw my post she knew it was the perfect idea. The most expensive piece she bought was $1.99 and all were found at either Goodwill or Value Village.
Thanks to all who shared the photos of their pretty cake stands. I’d love to share more so if you have made one email me the jpg at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will include you in the next Cake Stand Roundup!