Happy Friday friends!
Today I'd like to do a little tutorial on the cake stand that I made for my Birthday.
This project is so easy, and you can say that you made it yourself!
I first did this project a couple years ago with my friend, so I can't take full credit for this brilliant idea!
What you will need to get is a plate and candle stick holder.
I got these from the thirft store... I did a little thrift shop shopping...
what what what what?
Savin' my money and I'm hella happy that's a bargain, bitch.
MACKLEMORE & RYAN LEWIS - THRIFT SHOP FEAT. WANZ
You will also need some epoxy glue.
I had originally used hot glue, but when I went to wash the stand, it fell apart in my hands.
So, don't do that.
My dad said he got the epoxy glue from the 99 cent store!
Make sure to mark out on the plate before applying the glue where you will want the candle stick to go. Measure it for the middle or else it will be lopsided.
Not that I learned that the hardway...good thing the hot glue didn't work. haha!
Put some glue on the candle stick
Make sure its enough,
but not too much so that it won't get all over the place when you push it down on the plate.
Put it on the mark you made. And wait for it to dry.
Ta-da! Cake stand!
For the one pictured above, the plate was too top heavy.
So, I added a plate to the bottom and it worked like a charm!
I made two because they were so darn easy and pretty cheap!